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What's In Your Goody Bag?
Do you like to eat sweet treats? This quiz will teach you their names in Spanish.

What's In Your Goody Bag?

This Spanish Easy Review picture quiz will take you on a review of some fun things to eat. So, what’s in your goody bag? Okay, admit it. Who doesn’t love sweets? The trick with sweets is to learn how to eat them in moderation. However, for many of us, that is a hard task to follow. At least in words we can consume as many sweets as we like and not have to worry about the waistline! They say that exercising can help as well. That’s good because this quiz will be all about exercising your brain for knowledge about sweets in Spanish! That means that you can indulge and not gain any weight! Now that is SWEET!

Now let’s just dig right into this goody bag of sweets quiz, shall we!

Okay then. Below there are ten sentences. Each sentence has a word that has been shown in all capitalized letters. That word is somehow related to a wonderful sweet! See how quickly you can exercise your brain in getting through the quiz. The faster you go and the higher your score – the less calories there will be to follow you!

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1.
I love to get these on VALENTINE’S DAY!
Día de Año Nuevo
Día de San Patricio
Día de San Valentín
Día del Trabajo
The first answer is Spanish for New Year’s Day. The second answer is Spanish for St. Patrick’s Day. The last answer is Spanish for Labor Day. Finally, the third answer is Spanish for Valentine’s Day.
2.
A basket full of EGGS for Easter!
huevos
cerdo
apios
guisantes
The second answer is Spanish for pork. The third answer is Spanish for celery. The last answer is Spanish for peas. Finally, the first answer is Spanish for eggs.
3.
WE COOK our hot dogs over a campfire.
cocinamos
lavamos
bebemos
ardemos
In this sentence you are looking for the verb that means ‘we cook’. The second answer is Spanish for ‘we wash’. The third answer is Spanish for ‘we drink’. The last answer is Spanish for ‘we burn’. Finally, the first answer is Spanish for ‘we cook’.
4.
Sharing a box of POPCORN.
arroz
palomitas
paleta
mantequilla
The first answer is Spanish for rice. The third answer is Spanish for popsicle. The last answer is Spanish for butter. Finally, the second answer is Spanish for popcorn. Note that popcorn in Spanish is shown as a plural word, therefore, popcorn is 'palomitas' and not 'palomita'.
5.
Homemade jelly DONUTS hot on the plate!
panqueques
natillas
buñuelos
ponches
The first answer is Spanish for pancakes. The second answer is Spanish for custards. The last answer is Spanish for punches. Finally, the third answer is Spanish for donuts.
6.
SISTERS enjoying some large lollipops.
sobrinas
primas
mujeres
hermanas
The first answer is Spanish for nieces. The second answer is Spanish for cousins. The third answer is Spanish for women. Finally, the last answer is Spanish for sisters.
7.
This is what we see on HALLOWEEN!
Hanukkah
Halloween
Pascua
Nochevieja
Okay, if you didn’t get this one right you must have not gotten very much sleep last night. The fun holiday of ‘trick or treat’ is Halloween in both English and Spanish.
8.
How fun it is to play in ICE-CREAM!
helado
tarta
gelatina
pudín
The second answer is Spanish for cake. The third answer is Spanish for jello. The last answer is Spanish for pudding. Finally, the first answer is Spanish for ice-cream.
9.
Can I stop with just one bite of CHOCOLATE?
café
dulce
chocolate
tarta
Yes, this is another really easy one because the word chocolate is the same in English and Spanish. Only the pronunciation changes. In Spanish the phonetic pronunciation of chocolate is chaulk-ō-lă-tāy.
10.
Decorating a house made out of COOKIES!
pavos
leches
glaseados
galletas
The first answer is Spanish for turkeys. The second answer is Spanish for milks. The third answer is Spanish for frostings. Finally, the last answer is Spanish for cookies.
Author:  Christine G. Broome

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