Spanish Quiz Nbr. 2 – Lessons 6 – 12

Spanish Quiz 2 relates to the 2nd series of lessons

 

Spanish Quiz Nbr. 2 includes exercises from all topics covered in lessons 6 – 12 (or Compilation Nbr. 2). This test has in total 15 questions:

– 1 question you have to select the correct option.

– 14 questions you have to write down the correct answer.

Maximum points for this quiz is 75 (each question earning 5 points or less). 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.

It is a simple quiz, but not necessarily an easy one; I can assure you! I want you to get an honest perception of how much you have learned, and whether you may need to review the lessons or not. Nevertheless, you can take the test as many times as you will, until you get it right!

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You have all the time you need to answer the assessment. Once you finish answering all the questions, you have to click the “SHOW RESULTS” button. After a few seconds the page will update and show the result together with the right answers. It will also say if you have failed or passed the Spanish Quiz, and show you the points you got.

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1. Select the correct answer:

Which are the days of the week in Spanish (respect the chronological order and spelling)

 
 
 
 

2. Respecting lower-case and upper-case, as well as punctuation, write down in Spanish:

Today is Monday.

3. Respecting lower-case and upper-case, as well as punctuation, write down in Spanish:

Yesterday was Wednesday.

4. Respecting lower-case and upper-case, as well as punctuation, write down in Spanish:

The day after tomorrow will be Thursday.

5. Using ONLY lower-case letters and no period at the end, write down the following number in Spanish: 43

6. Using ONLY lower-case letters and no period at the end, write down the following number in Spanish: 27

7. Respecting lower-case and upper-case, as well as the correct punctuation, write down in Spanish:

How much do you have? (use the informal “you” that was taught in the lessons)

8. Respecting lower-case and upper-case, as well as the correct punctuation, write down in Spanish:

Who are they?

9. Respecting lower-case and upper-case, as well as the correct punctuation, write down in Spanish:

What is your name? (Use the informal “you” that was taught in the lessons)

10. Respecting lower-case and upper-case, as well as the correct punctuation, write down in Spanish:

I am hungry.

11. Using only lower-case letters and no punctuation mark, write down the Spanish word (verb) that means: there was (Simple Past)

12. Write down the Spanish word (verb) that means: there is (use only lower-case letters and no punctuation mark)

13. Using only lower-case letters and NO punctuation marks, write down the Spanish word (verb) that means: there will be (singular)

14. Taking in consideration upper- and lower-case, and punctuation marks, write down in Spanish: I have a car.

(a car = un auto)

15. Taking in consideration upper- and lower-case, and punctuation marks, write down in Spanish:

I have to eat.





45 COMMENTS

  1. There’s so much to learn in a lesson and I have not done Spanish before. But am doing my best. I like your course. Greetings form Alaska

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