In this Spanish Medium Review quiz you will learn how to say given names in Spanish. Back in the Spanish Easy Review quiz series you learned several different names and how they were spoken. Those names included Alejandro (Alexander), Amanda (Amanda), Ana/Anna (Ann, Anne or Anna), Cristina (Christine), Davíd (David), Eduardo (Edward), Emilia (Emily), Guillermo (William), Jorge (George), José (Joseph), Juan (John), María (Mary and Marie), Pedro (Peter), Roberto (Robert), Sara (Sarah), Esteban (Stephen) and Tomás (Thomas). However, there are many, many more names that can be added to your Spanish names list. It is important to note here that not every English given name has a Spanish equivalent. When this happens, a person’s name will remain the same in both languages although the pronunciation will often be slightly different.
To continue on with adding given names to your vocabulary bank, this quiz will cover 16 additional names that do have a Spanish equivalent. Those names include the following.
|Jeremy||Jeremías||Hĕ-rāy-mē-ăs (notice the J has an H sound)|
As you did in the Spanish Easy Review quiz, look closely at the given names provided in the following ten quiz sentences. Without looking back at the introduction, see if you can find the correct Spanish equivalent of the capitalized name and make certain it is the correct spelling. Now, let’s see if you can say my name in Spanish!
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