Adverbs Of Frequency : Spanish

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Adverbs Of Frequency : Spanish - Quiz

It is important to understand how to use adverbs in a sentence or else the sentence will be incorrect. How good are you at using adverbs in Spanish and where they appear in the sentence? Take up the quiz below and see how much you score. All the best as you tackle it!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Todos los dias means what?

    • A.

      Today is the day

    • B.

      No more days

    • C.

      Not much

    • D.

      Every day

    • E.

      Two times a day

    Correct Answer
    D. Every day
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "every day". "Todos los dias" is a Spanish phrase that translates to "every day" in English. It indicates that something happens or is done on a daily basis.

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  • 2. 

    Where does it go in the sentence???(HINT: there are two)

    • A.

      Beginning of the sentence

    • B.

      After the verb

    • C.

      End of the sentence

    • D.

      Before the verb

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Beginning of the sentence
    C. End of the sentence
    Explanation
    The correct answer is that the phrase "Where does it go in the sentence?" can go at the beginning or end of the sentence. This is because the phrase is a question and can be used as an introductory or concluding statement. The placement of the phrase depends on the desired emphasis or structure of the sentence.

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  • 3. 

    Nunca, siempre, rara vez.What do they mean?

    • A.

      Never, sometimes, rarely

    • B.

      Nothing, some, very often

    • C.

      Never, always, rarely

    • D.

      Yesterday, sometimes, when i feel like it

    • E.

      Dont stop, please stop, keep going

    Correct Answer
    C. Never, always, rarely
    Explanation
    The words "nunca" and "always" are antonyms, as they mean "never" and "always" respectively. "Rara vez" translates to "rarely," which is also related to frequency but less extreme than "never" and "always." Therefore, the correct answer is "never, always, rarely."

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  • 4. 

    Where do they go in a sentence?

    • A.

      Beginning of sentence

    • B.

      End of sentence

    • C.

      After the verb

    • D.

      Before the verb

    • E.

      After the subject

    Correct Answer
    D. Before the verb
    Explanation
    In English grammar, the placement of words in a sentence follows a specific order. Adverbs, including "they" in this case, typically go before the verb. This is known as the standard word order in English sentences. By placing "they" before the verb, it helps to clarify the subject of the sentence and provides a clear structure to the sentence.

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  • 5. 

    Mucho and Poco mean...

    • A.

      A lot. a little.

    • B.

      Often. a little.

    • C.

      A little. not that much.

    • D.

      Great. decent.

    • E.

      Okay. alright.

    Correct Answer
    B. Often. a little.
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "often. a little." This is because "mucho" means "a lot" in Spanish, while "poco" means "a little." Therefore, the translation of "mucho y poco" would be "often and a little."

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  • 6. 

    Where would Mucho/Poco go in a sentence?

    • A.

      After the verb

    • B.

      Before the verb

    • C.

      End of sentence

    • D.

      Beginning of sentence

    • E.

      Wherever it wants ;)

    Correct Answer
    A. After the verb
    Explanation
    In Spanish, the adverbs "mucho" and "poco" are often used to indicate the quantity or degree of something. When using these adverbs in a sentence, they typically come after the verb. This placement helps to clarify the verb's action and provides more information about the extent or amount of the action being performed. Therefore, "after the verb" is the correct answer.

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  • 7. 

    A veces means...where is it in a sentence?

    • A.

      A very not in a sentence

    • B.

      A very beginning or end of sentence

    • C.

      Annoying after subject

    • D.

      Sometimes beginning or end of sentence

    Correct Answer
    D. Sometimes beginning or end of sentence
    Explanation
    The word "a veces" means "sometimes" in English. It can be placed either at the beginning or end of a sentence.

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  • 8. 

    De vez ____ cuando is at the ____ or _____ of sentence. it means ____ in a _____.

    Correct Answer
    en beginning end once while
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "en". In the sentence, "de vez en cuando" is used at the beginning or end of a sentence. It means "once in a while" in English.

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