This Spanish Medium Review quiz you will take a second look at the rules of making words plural. You were first introduced to these rules in the Spanish Easy Review quiz titled Making Nouns Plural (Quiz 1). As you may recall, in Spanish there are more rules to remember than there are in the English language. This is partly due to the fact that Spanish uses accent marks.
In this quiz introduction we will once again revisit those rules and then move directly on to the quiz section. As you have already been given the rules, and have been hopefully working with them, this quiz should go pretty quickly. Now, one again, the rules for making words plural are as follows:
Nouns in Spanish are made plural by adding an 's' to the end of a word if the word ends in a vowel.
If the word ends in a consonant, it is made plural by adding the letters 'es' to the end of the word.
When a noun ends in the letters 'ión', add the letters 'es' to the end of the word and remove the accent mark over the letter 'o'.
When a noun ends in the letter either the letter 'n' or the letter 's' and an accent mark is in the last syllable of the singular form of the word, the accent mark gets dropped in the plural form of the word.
When a noun ends in the letter 'z', the 'z' changes to the letter 'c' and then you add the letters 'es' to the end of the word.
Since you have learned many new vocabulary words throughout both the Spanish Easy Review series and now the Spanish Medium Review series, now is a good time to test you on just how well you are doing on pluralizing all of those words. Therefore, this quiz contains a list of ten vocabulary words given in English and in their singular form. From the answers given below each English word, see if you can locate the correct plural form of that word as it should be stated in Spanish.