Bueno, Entonces... Class 16

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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    What do you need to wear in Moscow during the winter?

    • A.

      La Pollera

    • B.

      El Abrigo

    • C.

      La Corbata

    • D.

      El Cinturón

    Correct Answer
    B. El Abrigo
    Explanation
    El Abrigo (coat) is essential during the Russian winter.

    Not essential:
    La Pollera (skirt), La Corbata (tie), or El Cinturón (belt).

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  • 2. 

    What is Penelope Cruz NOT wearing?

    • A.

      Las Medias

    • B.

      La Camisa

    • C.

      La Corbata

    • D.

      Los Tacos

    Correct Answer
    A. Las Medias
    Explanation
    Penelope Cruz is NOT wearing las medias (socks)

    She is wearing la camisa (shirt), la corbata (tie) and los tacos (heels).

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  • 3. 

    Make the sentence shorter: Me pongo la remera  

    Correct Answer
    me la pongo
    Explanation
    La remera can be replaced by the direct object pronoun LA, which should go directly before the verb.

    Hence: Me la pongo.

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  • 4. 

    Which sentence means the same thing as: Puedo ponermelo  

    • A.

      Yo puedo poner lo

    • B.

      Poder pongo me lo

    • C.

      Me lo puedo poner

    • D.

      Me Puedo lo poner

    Correct Answer
    C. Me lo puedo poner
    Explanation
    Puedo ponermelo (I can put it on me, Literally: I can put on myself it)

    Can also be:
    Me lo puedo poner

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  • 5. 

    How do you say: "I want these shoes"  

    • A.

      Quiero esos zapatos

    • B.

      Quiero eso zapato

    • C.

      Quieres estos zapatos

    • D.

      Quiero estos zapatos

    Correct Answer
    D. Quiero estos zapatos
    Explanation
    Quiero (I want, from QUERER)
    Estos (these, plural, masculine)
    Zapatos (shoes, plural)

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  • 6. 

    Which adjectives describe this car:

    • A.

      Lindo, Moderno, Barato

    • B.

      Moderno, Negro, Caro

    • C.

      Caro, Moderna, Lindo

    • D.

      Negro, Caro, Anticuado

    Correct Answer
    B. Moderno, Negro, Caro
    Explanation
    This car (el coche) is moderno (modern), negro (black) and caro (expensive).

    It is not Barato (cheap) nor Anticuado (antique) and all the adjectives MUST end in "o" because coche is masculine.

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  • 7. 

    Which color does NOT change in gender or number? 

    • A.

      Rosa

    • B.

      Azul

    • C.

      Gris

    • D.

      Rojo

    Correct Answer
    A. Rosa
    Explanation
    Rosa (pink) does not change in gender or number.

    Azul (blue) and gris (gray) change in number.

    Rojo (red) changes in both gender and number according to the object it is describing.

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  • 8. 

    Which word does not have a TILDE? (note, Tildes have been removed to make it more difficult)

    • A.

      Arbol (tree)

    • B.

      Azucar (sugar)

    • C.

      Ajedrez (chess)

    • D.

      Pantalon (pants)

    Correct Answer
    C. Ajedrez (chess)
    Explanation
    El Ajedrez (chess) does not have a Tilde (Accent).

    The other words do:
    Árbol
    Azúcar
    Pantalón

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  • 9. 

    Which word in this sentence is the DIRECT OBJECT: Doy un hueso al perro.

    Correct Answer
    hueso
    Explanation
    In the sentence "Doy un hueso al perro," the word "hueso" is the direct object. The verb "doy" means "I give," and "hueso" is the thing that is being given. It is the direct recipient of the action of giving.

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  • 10. 

    What object do you want to try on in this sentence: ¿Puedo probármelas?

    • A.

      Zapatos

    • B.

      Pantalón

    • C.

      Remera

    • D.

      Zapatillas

    Correct Answer
    D. Zapatillas
    Explanation
    Las Zapatillas (sneakers) is the only noun that can be replaced by the direct object pronoun LAS. (Plural & Feminine).

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