In this Spanish Medium Review quiz we will take a look at vocabulary words you will need to know for setting the table. Do you or did you ever have to do chores around the house? Some chores aren’t so bad and others are probably not so fun like having to mow the lawn, take out the trash or do the laundry. Still, chores are necessary or we would all have very messy homes and no clean clothes. Plus, doing chores helps the entire family out – especially if everyone pitches in.
With chores in mind, this quiz is going to focus on one chore – that of setting the table. Do you know how to properly set a table with the knives facing into the plate, not out and the spoons go on the right side of the plate and the forks go on the left side? And where do you put the glass or cup? Some family traditions might change this up a bit but regardless of your table setting traditions, we all have to include the same things on our table. So let’s get to see what items we can use to set a really nice table.
|dish / plate||plato [m]|
|teacup||taza de té [f]|
|elegant||elegante (this is an adjective so it has no definite article]|
|casual||informal (this is an adjective so it has not definite article)|
See, that list wasn’t so bad now was it. Yes, there are a number of words that you will really have to study but by this point in learning Spanish, you should be quite a pro at doing that!
Okay, now it is time to move on to the quiz. The quiz is made up of ten sentences with one word that is shown in all capitalized letters. From the answers given, see how quickly you can locate the Spanish translation of the capitalized word. Then, the next time you set the table at home, try setting it by saying each piece in Spanish as you lay it down. Ready? Then begin the quiz!