Spanish Medium Review Quiz - Grammar - New Regular Verbs Vocabulary (Questions)

In this Spanish Medium Review quiz you will be introduced to a number of new regular verbs vocabulary. The introduction and the quiz have been created in an effort to help you to continue on with practicing how to say and conjugate all of the many Spanish vocabulary verbs in your ever growing word bank. In all, you have approximately 160 verbs that you can now use in both the present tense (presente tense) and the past tense (pretérito tense). There is an awful lot to remember which is why there are so many quizzes here on this site that address verbs.

Each verb quiz is designed to help you to become familiar with the many verbs and to see how each one is conjugated. In this quiz you will be focusing in on conjugating only regular verbs. That means the verbs are regular in the present tense but might be irregular in the past tense.

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It is very crucial that you always pay close attention to each form of these conjugated verbs. Once you have studied the following regular verbs, move on to the quiz section.

BUCEAR (to dive): (regular in present / regular in past)

INTENTAR (to try): (regular in present / regular in past)

CARGAR (to carry): (regular in present / irregular in past)

CULTIVAR (to grow): (regular in present / regular in past)

RASTRILLAR (to rake): (regular in present / regular in past)

EMPUJAR (to push): (regular in present / regular in past)

PLANCHAR (to iron): (regular in present / regular in past)

CALCULAR (to calculate): (regular in present / regular in past)

AÑADIR (to add): (regular in present / regular in past)

MULTIPLICAR (to multiply): (regular in present / irregular in past)

ASESINAR (to murder): (regular in present / regular in past)

GUARDAR (to keep): (regular in present / regular in past)

QUEDAR (to stay): (regular in present / regular in past)

There are ten sentences with a verb that is shown in all capitalized letters. You must find the correct Spanish form of the word among the answers provided that is the proper translation of the capitalized word.

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1. He CALCULATED the distance to the baseball field.
[ ] calcularon
[ ] calcula
[ ] calculó
[ ] calculé
2. The Smiths KEPT their sleeping bags in the garage.
[ ] guardamos
[ ] guardaron
[ ] guardasteis
[ ] guardaste
3. Can you ADD these figures for me? (familiar singular)
[ ] añade
[ ] añades
[ ] añadisteis
[ ] añadiste
4. We IRONED our school uniforms.
[ ] planchamos
[ ] plancháis
[ ] plancharon
[ ] planchan
5. You DOVE off of the high diving board? (familiar plural)
[ ] bucearon
[ ] buceó
[ ] buceaste
[ ] buceasteis
6. I RAKE the leaves in the morning.
[ ] rastrilló
[ ] rastrillo
[ ] rastrilla
[ ] rastrillé
7. You PUSH the door open. (formal plural)
[ ] empujáis
[ ] empujas
[ ] empujan
[ ] empuja
8. Aaliyah TRIED her best to win first place.
[ ] intenta
[ ] intentan
[ ] intentó
[ ] intenté
9. We CARRIED our own chairs into the stadium.
[ ] cargímos
[ ] cargimos
[ ] cargemos
[ ] cargamos
10. I GREW onions in my garden this year.
[ ] cultivó
[ ] cultivé
[ ] cultiváis
[ ] cultivo
Spanish Medium Review Quiz - Grammar - New Regular Verbs Vocabulary (Answers)
1. He CALCULATED the distance to the baseball field.
[ ] calcularon
[ ] calcula
[x] calculó
[ ] calculé
This sentence has a past tense verb. The second answer is in the present tense form so it can be eliminated. The pronoun is he. The first answer is the past tense verb form for 'they calculated'. That is not correct. The last answer is the past tense verb form for 'I calculated'. Again, that is not correct. The third answer is the past tense verb form for 'he calculated'.
2. The Smiths KEPT their sleeping bags in the garage.
[ ] guardamos
[x] guardaron
[ ] guardasteis
[ ] guardaste
This sentence has a past tense verb. All four answers are in the past tense you’re your next step is to determine which pronoun can replace the Smiths. That would be they. The past tense verb form for 'they kept' is guardaron.
3. Can you ADD these figures for me? (familiar singular)
[ ] añade
[x] añades
[ ] añadisteis
[ ] añadiste
This sentence has a present tense verb. The third and last answers show the past tense forms so they can be eliminated. The pronoun here is you (familiar singular). The Spanish past tense verb form for 'you add' (familiar singular) is añades.
4. We IRONED our school uniforms.
[x] planchamos
[ ] plancháis
[ ] plancharon
[ ] planchan
This sentence has a past tense verb. The second and last answers show the present tense forms so they can be eliminated. The pronoun is we. The Spanish past tense verb for 'we ironed' is planchamos.
5. You DOVE off of the high diving board? (familiar plural)
[ ] bucearon
[ ] buceó
[ ] buceaste
[x] buceasteis
This sentence has a past tense verb. All four answers are in the past tense. The pronoun is you (familiar plural). The Spanish past tense verb form for 'you dove' (familiar plural) is buceasteis.
6. I RAKE the leaves in the morning.
[ ] rastrilló
[x] rastrillo
[ ] rastrilla
[ ] rastrillé
This sentence has a present tense verb. The first and last answers show the past tense forms so they can be eliminated. The pronoun here is I. The Spanish present tense verb form for 'I rake' is rastrillo.
7. You PUSH the door open. (formal plural)
[ ] empujáis
[ ] empujas
[x] empujan
[ ] empuja
This sentence has a present tense verb. All four answers are in the present tense. The pronoun is you (formal plural). The Spanish present tense verb form for 'you push' (formal plural) is empujan.
8. Aaliyah TRIED her best to win first place.
[ ] intenta
[ ] intentan
[x] intentó
[ ] intenté
This sentence has a past tense verb. The first and second answers show the present tense forms so they can be eliminated. The next step is to determine which pronoun can replace Aaliyah. That would be she. The Spanish past tense verb form for 'she tried' is intentó.
9. We CARRIED our own chairs into the stadium.
[ ] cargímos
[ ] cargimos
[ ] cargemos
[x] cargamos
To find the correct answer here you need to know the correct spelling for the past tense form of the verb for 'we carried'. The Spanish past tense form is cargamos.
10. I GREW onions in my garden this year.
[ ] cultivó
[x] cultivé
[ ] cultiváis
[ ] cultivo
This sentence has a past tense verb. The third and last answers show the present tense forms so they can be eliminated. The pronoun is I. The Spanish past tense verb form for 'I grew' is cultivé.