Vocabulary - A Smorgasbord of Words (Part 1)
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Vocabulary - A Smorgasbord of Words (Part 1)

This Spanish Difficult Review quiz will be the first of four quizzes designed to randomly test your memory on Spanish vocabulary and your ability to translate from one language to another. You did a very similar series of quizzes that were referred to as smorgasbord quizzes in the Spanish Medium Review quiz series. If you have not already taken the quizzes found in the Spanish Medium Review series, now would be a good time to go check them out as this series of quizzes will be following the same format.

A smorgasbord is a collection of many things that can either be related to each other or not. This quiz will provide you with a mixture of quiz sentences and/or questions. These could be about anything. However, all of the vocabulary words are taken from the Spanish vocabulary bank of words presented to you throughout the Spanish Easy Review, the Spanish Medium Review and the Spanish Difficult Review series.

As this quiz will be throwing a mixture of vocabulary words at you, it will take a great deal of concentration on your part to stay relaxed and let the brain do its work. You have been training it for quite some time now. That means it is ready for this challenge. Just stay focused, remember to think about words and their placement in a sentence, their gender, whether accent marks are involved, whether the verb is in the present tense, past tense, future tense or progressive tense, and whether the words are in the singular form or plural form. It sounds like a lot but – let’s see how much easier it really has all become and how much closer you are to becoming bilingual! Now, let the test begin!

Ricardo es un buen excursionista.
Richard is being excused.
Richard is a good trainer.
Richard is a better example.
Richard is a good hiker.
The proper translation of the given sentence is: Richard is a good hiker.
Estoy caminando a casa después de la escuela.
I am coming home from afterschool.
I am walking home after school.
I walk home from school.
I was walking home from afterschool.
This is a progressive verb tense sentence so the last answer can be eliminated as it shows the past tense. The proper translation of the given sentence is: I am walking home after school.
Which of the following is not a flower.
The first answer means alligator. The second answer means daisy. The third answer means daffodil and the last answer means peony. Daisy, daffodil and peony are each flowers. Alligator is not a flower.
Which of these items would not be found in a powder room?
The first answer means shower. The second answer means bell tower. The third answer means sink and the last answer means cabinet. A shower, sink and cabinet would all be found in a powder room. However, a bell tower would not be found there.
El ejército necesita un acorazado.
Exercise is needed for fitness.
The engineer needs a drill.
The military needs a battleship.
The executor needs a resolution.
The proper translation of the given sentence is: The military needs a battleship.
Margaret screamed for help.
Margaret gritó por ayuda.
Margaret grita por ayuda
Margaret está gritando por ayuda.
Margaret grito por ayuda.
This sentence is using the past tense form of a verb. The second answer shows a present tense verb form. The third answer shows a progressive verb tense. The last answer shows the wrong pronoun verb form that is needed to replace Margaret. The proper translation of the given sentence is: Margaret gritó por ayuda.
We sat in the bleachers.
Nos sentamos en las fuentes.
Nos sentamos en las diapositivas.
Nos sentamos en las calesitas.
Nos sentamos en las gradas.
Each answer has properly translated: We sat in the. However, the Spanish word for bleachers is gradas.
Which of these is not a game?
The first answer means chess. The second answer means beautician. The third answer means scrabble and the last answer means checkers. Chess, scrabble and checkers are each games. A beautician is not a game.
Which of the following is an ordinal number?
vigésimo tercero
ciento doce
tres mil quinientos
Cardinal numbers are – 1, 2, 3, 4, etc. and ordinal numbers are – first, second, third, etc. The second answer means 30. The third answer means 112. The last answer means 3,500. These are all cardinal numbers. The first answer means twenty-third. It is an ordinal number.
Which of the following is not a shape.
The first answer means heptagon. The second answer means round. The third answer means trapezoid and the last answer means butler. Although a butler has a shape, he is not a shape.
Author:  Christine G. Broome

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