Spanish Easy Review Quiz - Parts of Me (Questions)

This Spanish Easy Review picture quiz will help you review parts of the body using Spanish words. Did you ever play and sing the game Head, shoulders, knees and toes when you were a child? It was a great way to learn the parts of your body. Did you know that by now you can sing this song in Spanish? Yup, you have enough Spanish vocabulary words in your bank of words to be able to sing this song in Spanish. Do you want to try and see how well you can do?

If you would like to try, then take a look at the following ten quiz sentences. Each sentence contains an all capitalized word of a part of the body. See if you can quickly find the Spanish word that matches the capitalized word.

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1. I have EYES to see the most glorious things!
[ ] rodillas
[ ] dedos
[ ] ojos
[ ] orejas
2. Putting your FEET in a bowl of rose petals will get them to smelling sweet!
[ ] pies
[ ] espaldas
[ ] costillas
[ ] pechos
3. Try to follow my HANDS and see if you can witness the magic!
[ ] frentes
[ ] mejillas
[ ] codos
[ ] manos
4. I will use my ARMS to gather up a beautiful bouquet!
[ ] pantorrillas
[ ] brazos
[ ] espinillas
[ ] labios
5. By putting our HEADS together they just might see us!
[ ] mentones
[ ] espaldas
[ ] cabezas
[ ] muslos
6. My – what a large MOUTH you have!
[ ] diente
[ ] sonrisa
[ ] oído
[ ] boca
7. HAIR fashion is always changing.
[ ] pelo
[ ] barba
[ ] bigote
[ ] trenza
8. My BODY may be small – but I am the cutest of all!
[ ] dedo
[ ] cuerpo
[ ] mano
[ ] brazo
9. This cold has made my NOSE so sore.
[ ] mandíbula
[ ] goma
[ ] nariz
[ ] lengua
10. Rest your head on my SHOULDER.
[ ] corona
[ ] hombre
[ ] tobillo
[ ] hombro
Spanish Easy Review Quiz - Parts of Me (Answers)
1. I have EYES to see the most glorious things!
[ ] rodillas
[ ] dedos
[x] ojos
[ ] orejas
The first answer is Spanish for ‘knees’. The second answer is Spanish for ‘fingers’ and ‘toes’ and the last answer is Spanish for ‘ears’. The Spanish word for ‘eyes’ is ‘ojos’.
2. Putting your FEET in a bowl of rose petals will get them to smelling sweet!
[x] pies
[ ] espaldas
[ ] costillas
[ ] pechos
The second answer is Spanish for ‘backs’. The third answer is Spanish for ‘ribs’ and the last answer is Spanish for ‘chests’. The Spanish word for ‘feet’ is ‘pies’. Note that this is not pronounced as pies in apple pies. Rather, in Spanish it is phonetically pronounced as pç-âs.
3. Try to follow my HANDS and see if you can witness the magic!
[ ] frentes
[ ] mejillas
[ ] codos
[x] manos
The first answer is Spanish for ‘foreheads’. The second answer is Spanish for ‘cheeks’ and the third answer is Spanish for ‘elbows’. The Spanish word for ‘hands’ is ‘manos’.
4. I will use my ARMS to gather up a beautiful bouquet!
[ ] pantorrillas
[x] brazos
[ ] espinillas
[ ] labios
The first answer is Spanish for ‘calves’. The third answer is Spanish for ‘shins’ and the last answer is Spanish for ‘lips’. The Spanish word for ‘arms’ is ‘brazos’.
5. By putting our HEADS together they just might see us!
[ ] mentones
[ ] espaldas
[x] cabezas
[ ] muslos
The first answer is Spanish for ‘chins’. Note that the singular form of this word is ‘mentón’. The accent mark got dropped in the plural form. The second answer is Spanish for ‘backs’ and the last answer is Spanish for ‘thighs’. The Spanish word for ‘heads’ is ‘cabezas’.
6. My – what a large MOUTH you have!
[ ] diente
[ ] sonrisa
[ ] oído
[x] boca
The first answer is Spanish for ‘tooth’. The second answer is Spanish for ‘smile’ and the third answer is Spanish for ‘ear’. The Spanish word for ‘mouth’ is ‘boca’.
7. HAIR fashion is always changing.
[x] pelo
[ ] barba
[ ] bigote
[ ] trenza
The second answer is Spanish for ‘beard’. The third answer is Spanish for ‘mustache’ and the last answer is Spanish for ‘braid’. The Spanish word for ‘hair’ is ‘pelo’.
8. My BODY may be small – but I am the cutest of all!
[ ] dedo
[x] cuerpo
[ ] mano
[ ] brazo
The first answer is Spanish for ‘finger’ or ‘toe’. The third answer is Spanish for ‘hand’ and the last answer is Spanish for ‘arm’. The Spanish word for ‘body’ is ‘cuerpo’. (Phonetically pronounced as kwear-pô.) You have not seen this word before but you should have been able to eliminate all of the Spanish words that were not the body.
9. This cold has made my NOSE so sore.
[ ] mandíbula
[ ] goma
[x] nariz
[ ] lengua
The first answer is Spanish for ‘jaw’. The second answer is Spanish for ‘gum’ and the last answer is Spanish for ‘tongue’. The Spanish word for ‘nose’ is ‘nariz’.
10. Rest your head on my SHOULDER.
[ ] corona
[ ] hombre
[ ] tobillo
[x] hombro
The first answer is Spanish for ‘crown’. The second answer is Spanish for ‘man’ and the third answer is Spanish for ‘ankle’. The Spanish word for ‘shoulder’ is ‘hombre’.