Online Quiz For Conditional Tense!

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Online Quiz For Conditional Tense! - Quiz

Use this quiz for a mini review for what you have just learned about conditional tense in spanish! enjoy :-)


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Choose the correct translation:He would speak

    • A.

      Hablaría

    • B.

      Hablarías

    • C.

      Hablarían

    • D.

      Hablaríamos

    Correct Answer
    A. Hablaría
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "hablaría" because it is the correct conjugation of the verb "hablar" in the conditional tense for the third person singular pronoun "he" (he would speak).

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  • 2. 

    Choose the correct translation:I probably knew

    • A.

      Sabría

    • B.

      Sabríamos

    • C.

      Sabrías

    • D.

      Sabrían

    Correct Answer
    A. Sabría
    Explanation
    The correct translation for "I probably knew" is "sabría" in Spanish. This is the conditional form of the verb "saber" which means "to know." The conditional tense is used to express actions that would happen in the future, but are dependent on a condition. In this case, "I probably knew" indicates a hypothetical situation or uncertainty about the knowledge. Therefore, "sabría" is the appropriate translation.

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  • 3. 

    Choose the correct translation below:They must have lived

    • A.

      Viviría

    • B.

      Viviríamos

    • C.

      Vivirían

    • D.

      Vivirías

    Correct Answer
    C. Vivirían
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "vivirían". This is the correct translation of "They must have lived" in Spanish. The verb "vivirían" is in the conditional tense, which is used to express probability or speculation about past events. Therefore, it accurately conveys the meaning of the original sentence.

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  • 4. 

    Complete the sentence below with the correct conditional tense verb. ¿____(comprar) María los pasajes de ida y vuelta?translation:Could María have bought the round-trip tickets?

    Correct Answer
    compraría
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "compraría." This is the conditional tense form of the verb "comprar," which means "to buy." In this sentence, the conditional tense is used to express a hypothetical situation or a possibility in the past. It suggests that there is a chance or a doubt about whether María actually bought the round-trip tickets.

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  • 5. 

    Complete the sentence below with the correct conditional tense verb.A él le ____(gustar) leer el periódico en silencio.translation: He would like to read the newspaper in silence. 

    Correct Answer
    gustaría
    Explanation
    The correct conditional tense verb to complete the sentence is "gustaría." This verb is used to express a desire or preference in the conditional tense. In this sentence, it is indicating that "he" would like or would prefer to read the newspaper in silence.

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  • 6. 

    Choose the correct translation: we probably had

    • A.

      Tendría

    • B.

      Tendraís

    • C.

      Tendríamos

    • D.

      Tendrías

    Correct Answer
    C. Tendríamos
    Explanation
    The correct translation for "we probably had" is "tendríamos" in Spanish. This is the correct answer because "tendríamos" is the first person plural form of the verb "tener" in the conditional tense. It indicates a possibility or probability of having something in the past.

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