In this Spanish Medium Review quiz you will be introduced to a number of new vocabulary words that are unrelated. In fact, this quiz goes along with the Spanish Medium Review quiz titled Vocabulary: Keep Them Coming! The focus of these two quizzes is to try and introduce you to as many new Spanish vocabulary words as possible without causing your brain to explode.
The words given to you here and in the Vocabulary: Keep Them Coming! quiz are not related words but, rather, are considered words that you would more commonly come across in your journey towards learning a new language. Remember that all rules apply to these words when it comes to being masculine or feminine or singular or plural and whether or not they have accent marks.
As you continue to progress through the Spanish Medium Review quiz series and start to get to the reading comprehension quizzes and writing quizzes, having a good, deep vocabulary base upon which to draw from will be a key factor on how well you do progress. It will definitely make you more articulate in Spanish! Knowing this, let’s move on to your new unrelated vocabulary list.
|amazing||asombroso / asombrosa (this is an adjective which will take on the appropriate gender)|
|beautiful||hermoso / hermosa (this is an adjective which will take on the appropriate gender)|
|chess||ajedrez [m] (note that the J sounds like an H)|
|cheetah||guepardo [m] (sounds like gay-par-do)|
|fast||rápido / rápida (this is an adjective which will take on the appropriate gender)|
|pot||olla [f] (pronounced as o-ya)|
|seahorse||caballito de mar [m]|
|slow||lento / lenta (this is an adjective which will take on the appropriate gender)|
|small||pequeño / pequeña (this is an adjective which will take on the appropriate gender)|
|spicy||picante (this is an adjective that is spelled the same way for masculine and feminine)|
|vacation||vacación [f] (note that it also means holiday)|
|weekend||fin de semana [m]|
As in the quiz titled Vocabulary: Keep Them Coming!, your quiz task is to read the following ten quiz sentences and/or questions. Each sentence will either have a blank space where a word must be used from the answers to complete the sentence, a word that has been all capitalized that must be filled in using one of the answers or a question that must then be answered. Remember, the vocabulary words here are random so the sentences could be about almost anything.