Spanish Easy Review Quiz - Digging in The Dirt (Questions)

This Spanish Easy Review picture quiz will help you review some of your Spanish vocabulary words that will have you digging in the dirt. Did you know that one of the biggest hobbies that people universally have is that of gardening? There is so much pleasure of tending to plants and garden vegetables and then watching them grow and flourish! Some people become masters at designing their gardens, knowing what to plant, where to plant and when to plant. They are landscape artists and they love digging in the dirt!

Before we move on, let’s look at the Spanish word for landscape. That is paisaje [m] (phonetically pronounced as pa-e-sa-he). Notice that it is a masculine word. Regardless of what you grow, or if you ever become a paisaje artist, digging in the dirt can be a fun, family event and teaches everyone about responsibilities.

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Therefore, for this quick Spanish picture review quiz, roll up your sleeves and see how much you know about digging in the dirt! What are you digging for? You are digging for the correct Spanish word that matches the capitalized words.

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1. This mother LOVES teaching her children about gardening!
[ ] gana
[ ] hablan
[ ] nadas
[ ] ama
2. It is always a good idea to wear GLOVES while working in the garden.
[ ] trajes
[ ] bolsos
[ ] guantes
[ ] vestidos
3. She is bringing you FLOWERS she grew all by herself!
[ ] capullos
[ ] flores
[ ] frutas
[ ] tallos
4. Mowing the GRASS helps keep it healthy.
[ ] árbol
[ ] raíz
[ ] pasto
[ ] botánica
5. There is nothing so sweet as home grown sweet PEAS!
[ ] guisantes
[ ] mantequillas
[ ] huevos
[ ] apios
6. A good pair of rubber BOOTS works out well when digging in the yard.
[ ] zapatos
[ ] bolsos
[ ] sandalias
[ ] botas
7. These PLANTS are lovely but you shouldn’t try to eat them.
[ ] tallos
[ ] plantas
[ ] capullos
[ ] árboles
8. What a lovely bunch of vine TOMATOES!
[ ] ponches
[ ] cerdos
[ ] pavos
[ ] tomates
9. YOU need to have the right tools to do gardening.
[ ] usted
[ ]
[ ] ustedes
[ ] vosotros
10. Always be sure to give your plants plenty of WATER!
[ ] limonada
[ ] leche
[ ] agua
[ ] ponche
Spanish Easy Review Quiz - Digging in The Dirt (Answers)
1. This mother LOVES teaching her children about gardening!
[ ] gana
[ ] hablan
[ ] nadas
[x] ama
The capitalized word is a verb but before you can determine if it is the correct form, you need to determine which pronoun could replace mother. That pronoun would be she. To say 'she loves' in Spanish would be ama.
2. It is always a good idea to wear GLOVES while working in the garden.
[ ] trajes
[ ] bolsos
[x] guantes
[ ] vestidos
The Spanish word for gloves is guantes.
3. She is bringing you FLOWERS she grew all by herself!
[ ] capullos
[x] flores
[ ] frutas
[ ] tallos
The Spanish word for flowers is flores.
4. Mowing the GRASS helps keep it healthy.
[ ] árbol
[ ] raíz
[x] pasto
[ ] botánica
The Spanish word for grass is pasto.
5. There is nothing so sweet as home grown sweet PEAS!
[x] guisantes
[ ] mantequillas
[ ] huevos
[ ] apios
The Spanish word for peas is guisantes.
6. A good pair of rubber BOOTS works out well when digging in the yard.
[ ] zapatos
[ ] bolsos
[ ] sandalias
[x] botas
The Spanish word for boots is botas.
7. These PLANTS are lovely but you shouldn’t try to eat them.
[ ] tallos
[x] plantas
[ ] capullos
[ ] árboles
The Spanish word for plants is plantas.
8. What a lovely bunch of vine TOMATOES!
[ ] ponches
[ ] cerdos
[ ] pavos
[x] tomates
This one should be easy because the Spanish word for tomatoes is tomates.
9. YOU need to have the right tools to do gardening.
[x] usted
[ ]
[ ] ustedes
[ ] vosotros
In this sentence you are looking for the Spanish word for 'you'. As you do not know if it is a familiar person or a formal person the pronoun is replacing, you always choose the formal. The second and last answers show the familiar forms for 'you'. You also do not know if there is only one person or many so in this case you should choose the singular form. The third answer is the plural form so it is not correct. The first answer is the singular, formal Spanish pronoun for 'you'.
10. Always be sure to give your plants plenty of WATER!
[ ] limonada
[ ] leche
[x] agua
[ ] ponche
The Spanish word for water is agua.