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Lights, Camera, Action!
Translate the English words into Spanish in this quiz.

Lights, Camera, Action!

This Spanish Easy Review picture quiz will focus your attention on capturing many wonders through the lens of a camera. In fact, the best way to capture memories for a lifetime is through photographs! Luckily for us today, in a world of cellphones and tablets, there is always a camera within our grasp! There is also beauty in almost everything around us, including a door that might be just the color you were looking for!

Now, just what might make taking those wondrous photographs a little more exciting is that you can name many of those items in Spanish! Like a camera taking a snapshot of a moment in time, your mind takes a snapshot of a word that matches an object. Later, when you want to look back at a captured moment, all you need to do is to pull out that picture, whether it be an actual, physical photograph or an embedded memory within the recess of your mind.

In this quiz, you will see a series of ten photographs that have captured some memories. One of those memories has been shown in all capitalized letters. You will have to draw upon your mind’s snapshots to put the Spanish name to that capitalized word memory. Are you ready to begin? Then – lights – camera – and action!

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1.
Being a DOG can be so humiliating at times!
cabra
perro
vaca
gato
The first answer is Spanish for ‘goat’. The third answer is Spanish for ‘cow’ and the last answer is Spanish for ‘cat’. The Spanish word for ‘dog’ is ‘perro’.
2.
Nature at play before a beautiful BLUE sky.
oro
verde
naranja
azul
The first answer is Spanish for ‘gold’. The second answer is Spanish for ‘green’ and the third answer is Spanish for ‘orange’. The Spanish word for ‘blue’ is ‘azul’.
3.
Can you believe how comfortably he can sleep in a TREE.
semilla
árbol
raíz
tallo
The first answer is Spanish for ‘seed’. The third answer is Spanish for ‘root’ and the last answer is Spanish for ‘stem’. The Spanish word for ‘tree’ is ‘árbol’.
4.
Now that’s what I call a lot of CANDY.
natilla
cacahuate
dulce
glaseado
The first answer is Spanish for ‘custard’. The second answer is Spanish for ‘peanut’ and the last answer is Spanish for ‘frosting’. The Spanish word for ‘candy’ is ‘dulce’.
5.
Would you ever paint your front door RED?
rojo
fucsia
malva
granate
The second answer is Spanish for ‘fuchsia’. The third answer is Spanish for ‘mauve’ and the last answer is Spanish for ‘maroon’. The Spanish word for ‘red’ is ‘rojo’.
6.
It’s just a little KISS.
brisa
deseo
cosa
beso
The first answer is Spanish for ‘breeze’. The second answer is Spanish for ‘wish’ and the third answer is Spanish for ‘thing’. The Spanish word for ‘kiss’ is ‘beso’. (Remember that the Spanish verb for ‘kiss’ is ‘besar’.)
7.
Relaxing on a blanket of soft GRASS.
hoja
pasto
capullo
planta
The first answer is Spanish for ‘leaf’. The third answer is Spanish for ‘bud’ and the last answer is Spanish for ‘plant’. The Spanish word for ‘grass’ is ‘pasto’.
8.
Kids just LOVE to have fun and play!
aman
saltan
juzgan
cantan
The second answer is Spanish for ‘skip’. The third answer is Spanish for ‘judge’ and the last answer is Spanish for ‘sing’. The Spanish word for ‘love’ (they [children] love) is ‘aman’.
9.
My BROTHER is my number one friend!
amigo
hermana
hermano
amiga
The first answer is Spanish for a male ‘friend’. The second answer is Spanish for ‘sister’ and the last answer is Spanish for a girl ‘friend’. The Spanish word for ‘brother’ is ‘hermano’.
10.
CHRISTMAS is a time for giving to those we love.
Viernes Santo
Domingo de Ramos
Pascua
Navidad
The first answer is Spanish for ‘Good Friday’. The second answer is Spanish for ‘Palm Sunday’ and the third answer is Spanish for ‘Easter’. The Spanish word for ‘Christmas’ is ‘Navidad’.
Author:  Christine G. Broome

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