In this Spanish Medium Review quiz you will have the opportunity to write out sentences from Spanish to English. In fact, this quiz, and the one to follow, i.e., Writing: Spanish to English (2) are the sister quizzes of the Spanish Medium Review quizzes titled Writing: English to Spanish (1) and Writing: English to Spanish (2). In other words, you will be required to WRITE out your answers. However, the difference with these next two quizzes is that instead of being given a sentence in English and then having to translate it to Spanish, here you will be given a sentence is Spanish and you will have to write out the sentence into English and then see if you can find the English translation among the answers given.
Even though your answers are being written in English, it is causing your brain to associate the Spanish words to the English words. Each time you have to translate from one language to the next, the brain is associating words in both languages to each other. Eventually, in time, the brain will easily do this without you even realizing that it is happening. If you have not already taken (and written) the sister quizzes (English to Spanish) then you might want to do those first. They will help you understand the process of what to look for in your translating. It is always vocabulary, verb tenses, accent marks and sentence structure.
When you are ready, look at the ten quiz sentences and start writing out your answers. Next, check your answers against the four given answers shown to you here to see if you can locate your translation and to see if you translated correctly.
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