This Spanish Easy Review vocabulary quiz takes a look at good manners. It doesn’t matter what language you are speaking. If you have very poor manners, people will not think very highly of you. In fact, they will see you as being very rude. Learning good manners starts when you are very, very young. Perhaps the very first manner you learn is to say thank you. Next would probably be please.
Having good manners shows people that you care about them, that you show them respect and that you are socially polite. This is even true with complete strangers. In addition, if you want people to show you respect, then you need to be a good example of one who always is polite and uses good manners.
You know the language of good manners in English so now it is time to learn the language of good manners in Spanish. That means new vocabulary. Let’s see what these new words are!
|English||Spanish||Pronounced (Phonetically) As|
|may I||¿Se puede?||sāy pwāy-dāy|
|I’m sorry||lo siento||lō sē-ěn-tō|
|please||por favor||poor fă-vŏr|
|you’re welcome||de nada||dāy nă-dă|
|no problem||no problema||nō prō-blāy-mă|
|after you||después de ti||děs-pews dāy tē|
For this quiz you will be given ten situations that will require you to respond with manners. From the answers provided, determine which Spanish manner should be used in the situation given.
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