This Spanish Easy Review math quiz takes a look at money. Does money really talk? Some people think so. It says, "Oh, use me to buy this," or "Oh, use me to buy that." Some people think that money 'flies' as in, "It flies out the door as soon as I get it." All joking aside - everyone does need to use money. By now you’ve already had some experience with your own money either earned through doing chores, or having an allowance, or gift money received. Some money you even saved and then it becomes a fun task to count up how much you have saved. Counting means - math. Yup - that means that money is math! Money deals with numbers and numbers do talk in the sense that they tell you answers to things!
Since you are in the process of learning to speak in Spanish, it is only natural that you learn to speak and deal with money in Spanish as well. To do that, you will need to learn a few new vocabulary words. Those words include.
|English||Spanish||Pronounced (Phonetically) As|
|to earn (verb)||ganar||gă-năr (This is a regular ar verb.)|
|to loan (verb)||prestar||prāy-stăr (This is a regular ar verb.)|
|to save (verb)||salvar||săl-văr (This is a regular ar verb.)|
|quarter||(el) cuarto||kwār-tō (Do not get this confused with cuatro which is four.)|
Notice that Spanish does not have a word for dime. Rather it is said as diez centavos i.e. ten cents. Now that you have your money list, take a few moments to read each word as it is pronounced, as well as pay attention to its spelling. When you are comfortable with the words, move on to the quiz section. Look at each of the ten problems and then find the answer that matches the capitalized words in each problem.
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