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What Shall We Do?
Learn some Spanish verbs in this quiz, like 'deslizar', 'to slide'.

What Shall We Do?

In this Spanish Medium Review picture quiz you will be making decisions on what to do using your wealth of Spanish verbs. Have you ever gotten up in the morning and thought, 'What should I do today?' It seems we often look to do something different just to make life a little more interesting. As you have learned so many verbs in Spanish, it should be relatively easy now to know what to do. So let’s test that out by answering the question, 'What shall we do?'

The main goal to accomplish in this quiz is to be able to do things quickly. Therefore, get ready to move fast. Read the following ten quiz sentences and then see how quickly, and accurately, you can find the proper Spanish translation to the capitalized word. Let’s go do it!

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1.
As soon as I WAKE UP, I like to have a hot cup of coffee.
siembro
grabo
duermo
despierto
This sentence contains a present tense verb. In addition, the pronoun has been provided for you. The Spanish verb for I wake up is despierto.
2.
Daddy DROVE us to the fairground last night!
trajo
condujo
llevó
enseñó
This sentence contains a past tense verb. Next you need to determine the proper pronoun that can replace daddy. That would be he. The Spanish verb for he drove is condujo.
3.
My sister CRIED when her fiancé broke off their engagement.
lloró
lloraste
lloraron
lloran
This sentence contains a past tense verb. The last answer shows a present tense verb form so it can be eliminated. Next you need to determine the proper pronoun that can replace my sister. That would be she. The second answer reads: you [singular familiar] cried. That is not correct. The third answer reads: they cried. That, too, is not correct. The first answer reads: she cried.
4.
Have you ever thought what it would be like to PLAY in a rock band?
planear
juzgar
jugar
surcar
Since you can see the word 'to' before the capitalized verb you know that verb will be in its base form. The Spanish verb for to play is jugar.
5.
The two Garland brothers SURFED right up until sunset.
extrañaron
navegaron
asesinan
traen
This sentence contains a past tense verb. The third and last answers show present tense verbs so they can be eliminated. Next you need to determine the proper pronoun that can replace Garland brothers. That would be they. The Spanish verb for they surfed is navegaron.
6.
Now I would like to demonstrate how to IRON three articles of clothing at the same time!
llevar
hornear
odiar
planchar
Since you can see the word 'to' before the capitalized verb you know that verb will be in its base form. The Spanish verb for to iron is planchar.
7.
I’d like to TEACH the world to sing!
enviar
comenzar
enseñar
mostrar
Since you can see the word 'to' before the capitalized verb you know that verb will be in its base form. The Spanish verb for to teach is enseñar.
8.
Clowns really do know how to make everyone LAUGH.
reír
cocinar
gustar
llamar
Pay close attending to the context of the capitalized verb. It is not the action verb. The action verb is clowns know - or - clowns know how to get everyone to laugh. This then tells you that the capitalized verb should be in its base form. The Spanish verb for to laugh is reír.
9.
I SHOPPED all afternoon for Christmas presents!
compro
compré
compró
compra
This sentence contains a past tense verb. The first and last answers show present tense verb forms so they can be eliminated. The proper pronoun 'I' has been provided for you. The third answer reads: he/she/it/you [singular formal] shopped. That is not correct. The second answer reads: I shopped.
10.
My friend’s favorite thing to do in the park is to SLIDE down the slide with her hands raised high up in the air!
tropezar
navegar
deslizar
sostener
Since you can see the word 'to' before the capitalized verb you know that verb will be in its base form. The Spanish verb for to slide is deslizar.
Author:  Christine G. Broome

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