In this Spanish Difficult Review quiz you will be looking at verbs to determine whether they are a regular verb or an irregular verb. This quiz is also a sister quiz to the Spanish Difficult Review quiz titled Grammar: Is It a Regular Verb or an Irregular Verb? (Quiz 2). In order to successfully complete both of these quizzes, you will need to draw upon all of the Spanish verbs that you have learned. That includes the verbs from the Spanish Easy Review, the Spanish Medium Review and the Spanish Difficult Review quiz series.
Not only will you be tested on knowing all of the verbs but you will also need to know how to conjugate each of those verbs in the three tenses, i.e., the present tense, the past tense and the future tense. In order to do that you will need to keep in mind whether the verb is an AR, ER or IR verb.
Finally, you will need to remember whether the verb was a regular verb in one tense and an irregular verb in another tense or regular all the way through. Yeah, that’s an awful lot to remember but this is the difficult series you are in. Of course, if you have been studying and practicing all along, it really shouldn’t be all that difficult. If you do not do so well here and in the sister quiz, don’t worry. Just look at the areas you might need to do a little more studying with and practice with those verbs. Then come back to these two quizzes and see how much you have improved!
So – how will this quiz work? You will be given ten verbs with their corresponding pronoun. You will be given four answers and beside each answer it will say either regular or irregular. You must locate the correct Spanish translation of the given verb and correctly choose whether it is regular or irregular. Take your time. If you feel you need to revisit the conjugation of verbs, please revisit those quizzes first and then come back to this one. If you are up to the challenge – then begin the quiz now!
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