Bueno, Entonces... Class 23

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Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    What is the difference between the "Colectivo" and the "Micro/Ómnibus"? 

    • A.

      The Colectivo collects tickets while the Micro sells tickets.

    • B.

      The Colectivo collects people within the city, while the Micro takes long distance trips,

    • C.

      The Colectivo collects people and connects them to another city, while the Micro is only within the city.

    • D.

      The Colectivo is for locals while the Micro is for foreigners.

    Correct Answer
    B. The Colectivo collects people within the city, while the Micro takes long distance trips,
    The "Colectivo" is an inner city bus, which collects and drops people off throughout the city.

    The "Micro/Óminbus" is for long distance travel between cities.

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  • 2. 

    How do you say "Roundtrip Ticket" in Spanish? 

    Correct Answer
    Pasaje ida y vuelta
    The correct answer is "Pasaje ida y vuelta". This is the Spanish translation for "Roundtrip Ticket". "Pasaje" means "ticket", "ida" means "departure" and "vuelta" means "return". Therefore, "Pasaje ida y vuelta" refers to a ticket that includes both the departure and return journey.

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  • 3. 

    How do you say "Aisle" and "Window" when describing a seat position in Spanish? 

    Correct Answer
    Pasillo ventanilla
    When referring to a seat position on a plane, bus, or train you use the following words:

    Pasillo = Aisle
    Ventanilla = Window

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  • 4. 

    Use VENIR and IR to fill in the blanks: "¿Querés _____ a mi casa ahora?" "Sí, ahora yo ______ a tu casa." 

    Correct Answer
    venir voy
    The Conversation should go like this:

    "¿Querés venir a mi casa ahora?"
    "Sí, ahora yo voy a tu casa."

    In the first case we use VENIR because the movement is going to where the speaker is. VENIR is in the infinitive form because it follows the conjugated verb "Querés". Essentially it is: Do you want to come to my house?

    In the second case the speaker is going to a location, so we use VOY, the first person singular of IR.

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  • 5. 

    How do you say "I come from work" in Spanish? 

    Correct Answer
    Vengo del trabajo
    The correct sentence should be:

    "Vengo del trabajo"

    VENIR (to come) is used because the speaker is talking about going to the location where they are - away from work. DEL is used when DE (from) is next to EL (the definite article).

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  • 6. 

    Use TRAER and LLEVAR correctly in the following sentence:  "¿Qué ________ a tu casa?" "Podés _________ una cerveza."

    Correct Answer
    llevo traer
    The conversation should read:

    "¿Qué llevo a tu casa?" (What do I take to your house?)
    "Podés traer una cerveza." (You can bring a beer.)

    LLEVAR (first person singular- llevo) is used in the first instance because the speaker is taking something to another place.

    TRAER (infinitive after PODER) is used in the second case because the speaker wants something brought to where he or she is located.

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  • 7. 

    What do you say to the waiteress: "¿Puede ______me un café con leche?"

    Correct Answer
    The sentence should read:
    "¿Puede traerme un café con leche?" (Can you bring me a coffee with milk?)

    TRAER (to bring) is used because the speaker wants something brought to where they are. This phrase is very handy in restaurants/cafes/etc.

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  • 8. 

    Conjugate TRAER correctly in this sentence: "Yo ______ una buena noticia." 

    Correct Answer
    The sentence should read:

    Yo traigo una buena noticia. (I bring good news.)

    TRAER (to bring) conjugates irregularly into TRAIGO in the first person singular.

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  • 9. 

    Conjugate IR correctly this sentence: Nosotros ____siempre a esta plaza.  

    Correct Answer
    The sentence should read:

    Nosotros vamos siempre a esta plaza. (We always go to this plaza).

    IR (to go) conjugates irregularly - Yo Voy, Tú/Vos Vas, Él/Ella/Usted Va, Nosotros Vamos, Ellos/Ellas/Ustedes Van

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  • 10. 

    How do you ask "How much do they cost?" in Spanish? 

    Correct Answer
    ¿Cuánto cuestan?
    Cuanto cuestan?
    The correct answer is:

    "¿Cuánto cuestan?"

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