This sixth and final Spanish Easy Review comprehension quiz continues to help you review your ability to be able to read Spanish. It will, perhaps, be the toughest of the quizzes in that the sentences have gotten a little more complex. However, with all of the practice you have been getting through quizzes 1 through 5, that practice should make this quiz a lot easier as you now have a growing understanding of reading in Spanish.
You should still take plenty of time to read each word, where its placement should appear in a sentence and how it would translate into English. Some words can have more than one meaning. The meaning will depend upon its usage in the sentence. This is the same thing as in English. For example, we could say: He read the paper. Or we could say: He can read it during lunch.
In the first sentence above, the word read sounds like the color red and in the second it sounds like the word reed. That is why it is important to focus on what the entire message of the sentence is trying to convey to you. Therefore, do not race through the sentences too quickly or you might come up with the wrong translation.
Below there are ten sentences. Each sentence is given in Spanish. Locate the correct English translation for each given sentence.
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