This Spanish Easy Review grammar quiz has been set up to give you extra practice with using the Spanish definite and indefinite articles. To learn more about the definite and indefinite articles check out the Spanish Easy Review quizzes titled Using the Spanish Definite Article - 'The' and Using the Spanish Indefinite Articles - 'A', 'An' and 'Some'. The only differences there are between English and Spanish is that the definite and indefinite articles in Spanish will take on the gender of the noun that they are attached to, as well as their plurality. For example, 'the boy' in Spanish would be 'el chico' and 'the girl' would be 'la chica'.
If you have 'the boys' then in Spanish it would become 'los chicos' and 'the girls' would become 'las chicas'. To speak and write in Spanish, you need to always be aware of a noun’s gender and, if it is plural, then the definite and indefinite articles must also be plural.
For the ten sentences in the quiz section below there is either a definite article or an indefinite article that is capitalized. From the answers given below the sentence, see if you can locate the correct Spanish definite/indefinite article that would replace the capitalized article.
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