This Spanish Difficult Review quiz is the first of four athletic verb quizzes. To start out, let’s do a 2K run! But first, if you recall, you were introduced to the athletic series of quizzes in the Spanish Medium Review quiz series. This here is where you will now really be running and taking off with your knowledge of conjugating verbs.
As a quiz overview, in the Spanish Easy Review quiz series you learned about AR, ER and IR verbs, as well as how to conjugate those verbs in the present tense. In the Spanish Medium Review quiz series you learned many other verbs and then you learned how to conjugate all of those verbs in the past tense.
Here in the Spanish Difficult Review quiz series you have learned and are continuing to learn how to conjugate in the future tense. You are probably wondering whether there are any more tenses. Well, there are. However, here in Spanish Difficult Review you will only lightly touch upon them. If you continue on to Conversational Spanish you will delve more deeply into the remaining tenses. However, staying focused on this quiz, just as was done with the Spanish Medium Review athletic quiz series, this quiz will be the easiest, or at least it should appear to be the easiest to get through quickly. The other quizzes in this series will include Grammar: Verbs Marathon!, Grammar: Verbs Triathlon! and Grammar: Verbs Olympics!.
Unlike in the Spanish Medium Review athletic quizzes, you will not be given any new Spanish verbs here but, rather, you will be given a sentence, in English, with a Spanish verb that is shown in its base form and in all capitalized letters. Your challenge is to locate the correct Spanish form of the verb both in terms of tense and pronoun that will fit into the sentence properly. The sentences are short so you should be able to get through them very quickly. Ready? Then please move onto the quiz section now!
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