Spanish Quizzes Nbr. 8: Lessons 62 – 74

Spanish Quizzes Nbr. 8 (lessons 62 – 74)


This is the test associated to Compilation Nbr. 8, which covers lessons 62 – 74.

The topics covered are the following:

  • Lesson 62: Spanish Possessive Pronouns – Part 2 (cont.)
  • Lesson 63: Spanish numbers – Huge numbers in Spanish (typical confusion with English)
  • Lesson 64: Spanish Prepositions – Spanish preposition DE (OF)
  • Lesson 65: Spanish pronunciation
  • Lesson 66: Helpful common phrases in Spanish – Useful sentences in SpanishLesson 67: The human anatomy in Spanish – Part 1
  • Lesson 68: Naming the Parts of the Body – Part 2
  • Lesson 69: Few Vs Little – Countable-Uncountable
  • Lesson 70: Few Vs Little (Sentences) Countable / Uncountable
  • Lesson 71: Verb SER in Spanish (verb to be in Spanish) – Past Future and Present tense Spanish
  • Lesson 72: Verb SER in Spanish (verb to be in Spanish) – Past Future and Present tense Spanish – Phrases in Spanish
  • Lesson 73: Verbo ESTAR (verbo TO BE in Spanish) – Past Future and Present tense Spanish
  • Lesson 74: Verbo ESTAR (verbo TO BE in Spanish) – Past Future and Present tense Spanish – Spanish sentences


This test has in total 18 questions. The questions of the present Spanish exam are divided like this:

  • 16 you have to write down your answer
  • 1 you have to select the correct answer
  • 1 is Multiple Choice (ponts will be deducted for each wrong answer selected)

Maximum points for this quiz is 90 (each question earning 5 points or less). If you miss using “tildes” (Spanish accents) when they are required, you will not get the maximum 5 points.

Once you have completed the test, and hit the “Show Result” button, after a few seconds you will get the result, with the points you earned, and the correct answer for each question.

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1. Translate the following sentence to Spanish:

Mine are blue.

2. Select the correct Spanish word that means “one billion”:


3. Write down the following huge number in Spanish:


4. Translate the following sentence to Spanish:

The bitch’s hair is black.

5. Translate the following sentence to Spanish:

The house’s door is open.
door = puerta
open = abierto/a

6. Translate the following phrase to Spanish:

Where are the people?
las personas = the people

7. Translate the following sentence to Spanish (use words instead of figures for the number):

The watch costs one thousand pesos.
the watch = el reloj

8. Select all the words that mean parts of the body that belong to the head.


9. Translate the following sentence to Spanish:

My back is itching.
to itch = picar (it is used as a reflexive verb)

10. Rewrite the previous sentence, but this time in negative and Simple Present.

11. Rephrase the previous sentence, but this time adding “not any more”. Like this:

My back isn’t itching anymore.
not anymore = ya no

12. Still referring to the same sentence, translate the following sentence to Spanish:

I will scratch it with my nails.

13. Translate the following sentence to Spanish:

Yesterday I swam very little.
to swim = nadar

14. Translate the following sentence to Spanish:

 I don’t have few friends.

15. Translate the following sentence to Spanish:

He wasn’t very nice.
nice = simpático

16. Translate the following sentence to Spanish:

I want to be an actor.

17. Translate the following sentence to Spanish:

I will be with them.

18. Translate the following sentence to Spanish:

Tomorrow we are going to be all together.


        • Hello Janice. I just finished replying your message on YouTube. It’s easier for me to read and reply those on a daily basis. Let me paste here what I just replied:

          Hello Janice. This time I did find your questions 🙂 I will try to answer them all. However, I couldn’t find your Spanish quiz Nbr. 8 by your email address. The last I can see is the 3rd one, which you submitted on the 27th of May. So I guess you were not logged into the website when you did the 8th one.

          Here are my answers to your questions:

          6) No interpretation needed. Just translate “Where are the people?” into Spanish. The answer was “¿Dónde están las personas?”. You wrote “dónde estás las personas”. The verb is conjugated in the 2nd person of the singular, and you are speaking of “las personas” (3rd person plural). That’s why it’s wrong.

          9) “is itching” is conjugated in Present Continuous. The Present Continuous in English is formed by the verb TO BE in Simple Present + the gerund of the verb we want to conjugate. In class I taught that in Spanish it is formed using the verb ESTAR in Simple Present + the gerund of the verb we want to conjugate. And the gerunds in Spanish end with ANDO or ENDO, depending on the type of verb. Thus: is itching = está picando.

          12) I will scratch with my nails = (Yo) voy a rascar con mis.
          I will scratch it with my nails = (Yo) voy a rascármela con las uñas = Me la rascaré con las uñas = Me la voy a rascar con las uñas = Voy a rascármela con las uñas.

          As you can see, you missed the “it” that refers to what you are scratching. Also, you are using the possessive “mi” in singular to refer to “uñas” (plural). And as a very minor detail: Keep in mind there are 2 ways of speaking in the future in Spanish and in English (“I will” Vs. “I am going to”). Both are identical grammatically. But I recommend using “rascaré” for “I will scratch” and “voy a rascar” for “I am going to scratch”.

          13) Your sentence has 2 conflicting verbs: ESTAR and NADAR. ESTAR is a verb on its own right. And you only use it as an auxiliary verb in the Continuous tenses. But here we are speaking in the Simple Past. Therefore we don’t use the verb estar to say that we swam. Your sentence is the equivalent to saying “Yesterday I was swam very little”.

          17) “ESTÁ” is verb ESTAR in Simple Present for the 3rd person of the singular. However, it should be in the infinitive. This is exactly the same as in English. Take a look:

          – I will be with them (the verb TO BE is in the infinitive).

          The correct sentence would be “Voy a estar con ellos”. Like this the sentence would be correct. However, I still prefer you to use the same type of future I used in the original English sentence. Like what I explained at the end of the previous answer.

          11) You are confusing the word “yo” (I) with “ya” (already) / ya no (anymore). Your answer would have been correct if you had written “ya” instead of “yo”.

          Once your test is corrected you can find all the correct answers below your own. Pay attention to these and to any further explanation that may show, because it’s very helpful to understand the exercise better.

          I’m very glad to see that you are already taking the quizzes, because this will help you a lot to discover so many mistakes that we never realize we would make until we are confronted with the need of using what we have learned. Don’t feel back if you were expecting to do better, because I created the quizzes difficult on purpose. The purpose is not to evaluate whether you should pass or repeat the course. It’s designed to have you think as much as possible using what I’ve taught. And I know what to ask and where to make you fail, because I want students to learn from their mistakes and improve each time they take another test.

          Good luck!

  1. I wrote you a long message asking you questions about quiz 8. my message seems to have disappeared. please tell me where i can ask questions

    • Hello Janice. You can ask here or via YouTube. Actually I usually reply YouTube first, so I guess it’s the best option. However, I don’t know which message you are talking about. Could you write it again? Also, I recently underwent eye surgery, and therefore I’m taking a break until I’m recovered. That is why I’m exceptionally taking long to reply 😀

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