This Spanish Difficult Review quiz will take a look at music, specifically, the song of Row, Row, Row Your Boat! This is one of those songs that is sung in the round. What does that mean? One person or group of people being to sing the song. When that person or group of persons has completed the first line, a second person or group of persons start to sing and so on. It is a repetitive song that is fun to sing to pass away the time. Children love to sing it on a long car ride. Teachers love to have students sing it in class to calm them down and to help them to focus. And nearly ever boys’ and girls’ camps uses it to help unite strangers together for a week of fun and new friendships! Since it has many purposes, learning about it and learning a little about singing it in Spanish just seems appropriate.
Its first known printing was in 1852 but the lyrics were slightly different. The version we know today was first recorded in 1881. It is a short song, although people have added verses throughout the decades. To make this quiz a little more interesting, you will not only be asked to translate specific lines from the song, but be asked some basis questions about it as well. So, if you are ready, let us begin! Row, row, row your boat…
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