Spanish Difficult Review Quiz - Grammar - Verbs - Base, Past, Present or Future (Questions)

In this Spanish Difficult Review quiz you will be testing your skill on recognizing the form and tenses of a verb. You will be looking out to see if the verb is in its base form or if it has been translated in the past, present or future.

To add a little more depth to the quiz, you will need to learn four new verbs. Those verbs are: to collect, to concentrate, to gather/to meet and to manage. You will only be shown the irregular conjugations of these verbs (if any), not where they are conjugated according to the normal rules.

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Again, the quiz will test you on knowing whether a verb in a sentence is a base form verb, a present tense verb, a past tense verb or a future tense verb. All of the sentences are in Spanish and no words have been all capitalized. You are simply to decide which verb tense is used in the sentence. Simple enough, right! Now let’s look at the four new verbs and, with these four verbs, your verb bank should be right around 250 verbs at your disposal.

COLECCIONAR (to collet): [It is regular in all 3 tenses.]

CONCENTRAR (to concentrate): [It is regular in all 3 tenses.]

REUNIR (to gather / to meet):

DIRIGIR (to manage / to direct / to lead):

Again, read the Spanish sentences and then determine which verb form/tense is used with each sentence.

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1. Encontré mis llaves.
[ ] base verb
[ ] present tense
[ ] past tense
[ ] future tense
2. Le ayudaré ahora.
[ ] base verb
[ ] present tense
[ ] past tense
[ ] future tense
3. Ellos viven en Misisipí.
[ ] base verb
[ ] present tense
[ ] past tense
[ ] future tense
4. Él cultivará muchos tomates.
[ ] base verb
[ ] present tense
[ ] past tense
[ ] future tense
5. Juanita amó la playa.
[ ] base verb
[ ] present tense
[ ] past tense
[ ] future tense
6. Ir de compras.
[ ] base verb
[ ] present tense
[ ] past tense
[ ] future tense
7. Cree al sacerdote. (singular formal)
[ ] base verb
[ ] present tense
[ ] past tense
[ ] future tense
8. Ellos planearán a todos los partidos.
[ ] base verb
[ ] present tense
[ ] past tense
[ ] future tense
9. Completar la oración.
[ ] base verb
[ ] present tense
[ ] past tense
[ ] future tense
10. Reuniremos a la casa de Juan.
[ ] base verb
[ ] present tense
[ ] past tense
[ ] future tense
Spanish Difficult Review Quiz - Grammar - Verbs - Base, Past, Present or Future (Answers)
1. Encontré mis llaves.
[ ] base verb
[ ] present tense
[x] past tense
[ ] future tense
The sentence reads: I found my keys. Found is a past tense verb form.
2. Le ayudaré ahora.
[ ] base verb
[ ] present tense
[ ] past tense
[x] future tense
The sentences reads: I will help you now. As the word will comes before the verb you know it is a future tense verb form.
3. Ellos viven en Misisipí.
[ ] base verb
[x] present tense
[ ] past tense
[ ] future tense
The sentence reads: They live in Mississippi. The verb live is in the present tense.
4. Él cultivará muchos tomates.
[ ] base verb
[ ] present tense
[ ] past tense
[x] future tense
The sentence reads: He will grow many tomatoes. As the word will comes before the verb you know it is a future tense verb form.
5. Juanita amó la playa.
[ ] base verb
[ ] present tense
[x] past tense
[ ] future tense
The sentence reads: Juanita loved the beach. Loved is a past tense verb form.
6. Ir de compras.
[x] base verb
[ ] present tense
[ ] past tense
[ ] future tense
The sentence reads: To go shopping. Since the word to comes before the verb you know it is a base form verb.
7. Cree al sacerdote. (singular formal)
[ ] base verb
[x] present tense
[ ] past tense
[ ] future tense
The sentence reads: You believe the priest. The verb believe is in the present tense
8. Ellos planearán a todos los partidos.
[ ] base verb
[ ] present tense
[ ] past tense
[x] future tense
The sentence reads: They will plan all of the parties. As the word will comes before the verb you know it is a future tense verb form.
9. Completar la oración.
[x] base verb
[ ] present tense
[ ] past tense
[ ] future tense
The sentence reads: To complete the sentence. Since the word to comes before the verb you know it is a base form verb.
10. Reuniremos a la casa de Juan.
[ ] base verb
[ ] present tense
[ ] past tense
[x] future tense
The sentence reads as: We will meet at John’s house. As the word will comes before the verb you know it is a future tense verb form.