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Grammar - Conjugating Verbs - Past and Present
How well can you conjugate Spanish verbs? Find out in this grammar quiz!

Grammar - Conjugating Verbs - Past and Present

This Spanish Medium Review quiz mixes things up a bit to sharpen your mind when it comes to conjugating verbs in the past and present. Do you remember how those are spoken in Spanish? The present is presente and the past is pretérito.

If you have not already check out the Spanish Medium Review quizzes titled Grammar: Learning to Conjugate in the Past Tense, Grammar: Conjugating AR Verbs in the Past Tense!, Grammar: Conjugating ER Verbs in the Past Tense! and Grammar: Conjugating IR Verbs in the Past Tense! then please do so now as this introduction will not go into any details on how to conjugate in the past or present tenses. Rather, this quiz is simply going to jump in by providing you with ten questions. Your answer will either be in the present tense or the past tense and may be either an AR verb, and ER verb or an IR verb. So without any further delay, you may now begin this quiz!

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1.
What is the plural familiar present tense of hacer?
haceis
hacéis
hicisteis
hicísteis
The plural familiar present tense form of hacer (to make/to do) would mean 'you make'. In Spanish that would be hacéis.
2.
How would you conjugate the verb congelar in the past tense using the pronoun we?
congelimos
congelamos
cuengelimos
cuengelamos
The past tense of the verb congelar (to freeze) when conjugated with the pronoun we would be congelamos (we froze). It would be conjugated the same in the present tense as well in which it would mean we freeze.
3.
How would you conjugate the verb decir in the past tense using the pronoun they?
dicen
decieron
dijeron
decen
The past tense of the verb decir (to tell) when conjugated with the pronoun they would be dijeron (they told).
4.
How would you conjugate the verb morir in the present tense using the pronoun I?
moro
muerí
muero
moré
The present tense of the verb morir (to die) when conjugated with the pronoun I would be muero (I died).
5.
Which of the following is not a present tense verb?
cayó
sientas
llueven
viste
The second answer means you sit (singular familiar) and it is a present tense conjugated verb. The third answer means they rain. It, too, is a present tense conjugated verb. The last answer means she dresses. Again, this is a present tense conjugated verb. The first answer means he fell. It is not a present tense verb but rather a past tense verb.
6.
What is the plural familiar past tense of mentir?
mentiste
mientiste
mientisteis
mentisteis
The plural familiar past tense of mentir (to lie) would mean you lied. In Spanish that would be mentisteis.
7.
What is the singular formal past tense of venir?
vino
venes
veniste
viniste
The singular formal past tense of venir (to come) would mean you came. In Spanish that would be vino.
8.
How would you conjugate the verb volar in the present tense using the direct object pronoun it?
voló
vole
vola
vuela
The present tense of the verb volar (to fly) when conjugated with the direct object pronoun it (lo) would be vuela (it flies).
9.
How would you conjugate the verb pensar in the past tense using the pronoun they?
pensan
piensan
piensaron
pensaron
The past tense of the verb pensar (to think) when conjugated with the pronoun they would be pensaron (they thought).
10.
Which of the following is not a past tense verb?
abre
lancé
durmió
fuisteis
The second answer means I threw and it is a past tense conjugated verb. The third answer means he slept. It, too, is a past tense conjugated verb. The last answer means you went (plural familiar). Again, this is a past tense conjugated verb. The first answer means he/she/you[singular formal]/it opens. It is not a past tense verb but rather a present tense verb.
Author:  Christine G. Broome

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