In this Spanish Medium Review quiz you will be introduced to words that things are made out of such as bricks, stone and straw. Are you handy with making things? Depending upon what it is that you want to make, you need to not only have the right tools to use but you also need the right materials. For example, if you want to make a walkway, you certainly are not going to need tinfoil or diamonds. You could, but it wouldn’t be a very good walkway. If you want to make dishes, bricks and straw might not be very good materials either. When you do have the right tools and right materials – what you can make is endless!
This list is a case where you will see that most of the Spanish words look completely different from than their English counterparts. Knowing that ahead of time, please be certain to take sufficient time to get to know each of these items. Now let’s look at the list.
|straw||paja [f] (note that the J sound like an H)|
|tinfoil||papel de aluminio [m]|
That is only seventeen new vocabulary words to learn. Again, remember to read the words carefully, say them out loud, look for any accent marks and even see if you can say the plural forms of each word. When you are ready, let’s start making some things!
The quiz contains ten sentences about different structures. Your task is to locate the Spanish word for the material that the structure is made of.
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