This Spanish Difficult Review quiz has invited you to a wedding by asking you to use your wedding Spanish words. Have you ever been to a wedding? Weddings are celebrations of life – or more specifically – the celebration of a new life shared by two people who love each other. It is a very festive occasion that brings many people together in honor of the new couple.
Weddings have been occurring since the very beginning of time and now you will be able to celebrate weddings in two different languages! That is, after you learn some wedding vocabulary words. You have already learned the words for bride (novia) and groom (novio) so now let’s take a look at a few other words that are associated with a wedding.
|aisle||pasillo [m] (remember that the double LL sounds like a Y)|
|best man||padrino [m]|
|bridesmaid||dama de honor [f] (note that this is also used for maid-of-honor)|
|flower girl||la chica de las flores [f]|
|honeymoon||luna de miel [f]|
|ring bearer||portador del anillo [m]|
|tissue||pañuelos de papel [m]|
|wedding veil||velo de novia [f]|
Are you now ready to attend a wedding? Then let’s see just how well you can answer the quiz questions – WITHOUT looking back at the introduction.
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