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Language - Completing Spanish Easy Review
Play this quiz to review the Spanish you have learned so far.

Language - Completing Spanish Easy Review

This language Spanish Easy Review quiz will complete this series of academic quizzes. Whoopie! You have made it! WOW! You have come such a long way since being welcomed to Spanish! You might have had a few hiccups along the way but that is to be expected. No doubt there will be more to come if you continue on with the Spanish Medium Review quizzes. All the same, it does not change just how much you have already learned.

If you have been skipping around through this series of Spanish Easy Review academic quizzes causing you to miss some, we highly recommend that you go back and complete all of the quizzes you skipped over.

This is very important because this series of quizzes has been a foundational series. If you do not have all of the foundational steps, as you move on through the next series, you will find yourself getting lost and, possibly even very confused as to what is going on. Create a good foundation and the rest will come naturally so please work on your Spanish foundation.

Okay now, let’s move forward to see just how much Spanish you have come to know at this point and what areas you might need to brush up on. As in the Spanish Easy Review Summary quiz, this quiz will not introduce any new vocabulary words to you. Rather, it will test you on the many different rules found in Spanish. Knowing these rules is a very necessary and crucial key step in your Spanish learning journey. Now, if you are ready, please read each quiz question and then locate its correct answer.

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1.
Nouns in Spanish are made plural by adding the letter S to the end of the word if the word ends ____.
with the letter N or R
in a vowel
with the letter Z
with a consonant
Nouns in Spanish are made plural by adding the letter S to the end of the word if the word ends in a vowel. (Information can be found in the quiz titled Making Nouns Plural (Quiz 1).)
2.
When a noun ends in the letters of ión you will need to add the letters es and ____.
remove the accent mark over the letter 'o'
carry over the accent mark over the letter 'o'
move the accent mark from the letter 'o' over to the letter 'i'
remove the letter 'o' and make 'ión' read as simply 'in'
When a noun end in the letters of ión, you will need to add the letters es to the end of the word and remove the accent mark over the letter 'o'. (Information can be found in the quiz titled Making Nouns Plural (Quiz 1).)
3.
When a noun ends in the letter Z, the Z changes to a ____ and then you add the letters es to the end of the word.
r
n
c
d
When a noun ends in the letter Z, the Z changes to the letter C and then you add es to the end of the word. (Information can be found in the quiz titled Making Nouns Plural (Quiz 1).)
4.
In Spanish, the verb ser (to be) is used to ____.
show that the person you are speaking with is familiar to you
show that a condition is temporary
show the relation between the nouns in a sentence
tell the time and date, place of origin and show possession
The verb ser is used to tell the time and date, place of origin, occupation, nationality, religious and/or political affiliation, the material something is made of, possession, relationship of one person to another, certain impersonal expressions, where an event takes place and qualities. (Information can be found in the quiz titled Grammar: Ser versus Estar.)
5.
In Spanish, the verb estar (to be) is used to ____.
show that a condition is permanent
show that the person you are speaking with is formal to you
express geographical or physical location, the weather, feelings and even age
show that the direct object is a thing and not a person
The verb estar is used to express geographical or physical location, temporary or changing conditions such as the weather, feelings, age, many idiomatic expressions and progressive tenses. (Information can be found in the quiz titled Grammar: Ser versus Estar.)
6.
What is the rule regarding irregular verbs?
only AR verbs contain irregular verbs
there is no hard and fast rule to follow
only IR verbs contain irregular verbs
with the first person pronoun of I (yo), the verb ending is dropped and the letter G is added before adding the present tense verb endings
The thing about irregular verbs is Spanish is that there is no hard fast rule to follow. It is all based on memorization. (Information can be found in the quiz titled Grammar: The Irregular Verbs – Head Scratchin.)
7.
When telling the time in Spanish the answer is always: son las (time). What is the one exception to this rule?
when it is one o'clock
when it is 8 o'clock
when it is noon
when it is it is 11:30
In Spanish when you tell the time, you use son las to reflect what the hour is. This is true for the times from 2 o’clock through 12 o’clock. When it is one o’clock the time is stated as: es la una. This is because all of the other hours are plural or more than one hour. (Information can be found in the quiz titled Math: What Time Is It?.)
8.
In Spanish, nearly all question words contain ____.
two vowels
one syllable
more than one meaning
an accent mark
In Spanish, nearly all question words contain an accent mark. (Information can be found in the quiz titled Grammar: Asking a Question.)
9.
The present tense endings for regular AR verbs are ____.
o, es, e, emos, éis, en
o, as, a, amos, áis, an
o, es, e, imos, ís, en
o, as, a, aímos, ais, án
The present tense endings for regular AR verbs are: o, as, a, amos, áis, an. (Information can be found in the quiz titled Grammar: Conjugating AR Verbs – Present Tense.)
10.
The present tense endings for regular IR verbs are ____.
o, es, e, imos, ís, en
o, ies, e, ímos, is, en
o, es, e, emos, éis, en
o, as, a, amos, áis, an
The present tense endings for regular IR verbs are: o, es, e, imos, ís, en. (Information can be found in the quiz titled Grammar: Conjugating IR Verbs – Present Tense.)
Author:  Christine G. Broome

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