Present Tense Reflexive Verbs Forms Quiz

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  • 1. 

    Ellie está preocupada por su coche. - Ellie _________ por su coche.

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "se preocupa". In the given sentence, Ellie is worried about her car. The verb "preocuparse" means "to worry" in Spanish. Since Ellie is the subject of the sentence, the appropriate form of the verb is "se preocupa", which means "she worries".

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  • 2. 

    Karver está enojado con Ellie. - Karver __________ con Ellie.

    Explanation
    Karver está enojado con Ellie. - Karver se enoja con Ellie.
    The correct answer is "se enoja" because it is the reflexive form of the verb "enojar" which means "to get angry". The reflexive pronoun "se" indicates that the subject (Karver) is performing the action (getting angry) on himself. Therefore, the sentence means "Karver gets angry with Ellie".

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  • 3. 

    Jimbo no está alegre con Ellie. - Jimbo no __________ con Ellie.

    Explanation
    Jimbo no se alegra con Ellie.

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  • 4. 

    Pero, Jimbo está tranquilo. - Pero, Jimbo _________.

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "se tranquiliza" because it is the appropriate conjugation of the reflexive verb "tranquilizarse" in the third person singular form. The sentence is in the present tense and the subject "Jimbo" is performing the action of calming down, hence the use of the reflexive pronoun "se".

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  • 5. 

     Lolli no está enterada de la situación.  Lolli no __________ de la situación.

    Explanation
    Lolli is not aware of the situation. Lolli does not se entera of the situation.

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  • 6. 

    Lolli está enamorada con el coche de Ellie. - Lolli ___________ con el coche de Ellie.

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "se enamora" because the sentence is in the present tense and Lolli is the subject of the sentence. The verb "enamorarse" means "to fall in love" and it agrees with Lolli, who is a female, so it needs to be conjugated as "se enamora". This means that Lolli is falling in love with Ellie's car.

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  • 7. 

    A veces Lolli está aburrida de Jimbo. - A veces Lolli ___________ de Jimbo.

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "se aburre." In Spanish, the verb "aburrir" means "to bore." The subject of the sentence is Lolli, and the reflexive pronoun "se" is used to indicate that Lolli is the one experiencing the boredom. Therefore, the sentence translates to "Sometimes Lolli gets bored of Jimbo."

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  • 8. 

    Lolli está cansada del coche en 1998. - Lolli ____________ del coche en 1998.

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "se cansa" because the sentence is in the third person singular form. The verb "cansar" is conjugated to match the subject "Lolli" and the tense "1998." Therefore, the correct conjugation is "se cansa."

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  • 9. 

    Lolli estuvó divorciada el coche de Ellie.  Lolli ____________ el coche de Ellie.

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "se divorició". In Spanish, the verb "divorciarse" means "to get divorced". The subject "Lolli" is performing the action of getting divorced, so the reflexive pronoun "se" is used before the verb. The past tense form of "divorciarse" is "divorició" in this case, because "Lolli" is a female and the verb needs to agree in gender. Therefore, the correct form is "se divorició".

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  • 10. 

    Ellie está sentada en la alegría.  Ellie _______________ en la alegría.

    Explanation
    The correct answer is "se sienta" because it is the correct conjugation of the reflexive verb "sentarse" in the present tense. "Ellie está sentada en la alegría" means "Ellie is sitting in joy," and the blank space should be filled with the reflexive pronoun "se" followed by the conjugated form of the verb "sentarse" to match the subject "Ellie."

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  • 11. 

    Alegre

    • A.

      Ponerse

    • B.

      Hacerse

    • C.

      Quedarse

    • D.

      Volverse

    Correct Answer
    A. Ponerse
    Explanation
    The word "ponerse" is the correct answer because it is a reflexive verb that means "to become" or "to get". It is used to express a change in physical or emotional state. The other options, "hacerse", "quedarse", and "volverse", also mean "to become" but they are not reflexive verbs and have different connotations. "Hacerse" means "to become" in a deliberate or intentional way. "Quedarse" means "to become" in the sense of remaining in a certain state. "Volverse" means "to become" in a sudden or drastic way. Therefore, "ponerse" is the most appropriate verb choice in this context.

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  • 12. 

    Agotado

    • A.

      Ponerse

    • B.

      Hacerse

    • C.

      Quedarse

    • D.

      Volverse

    Correct Answer
    C. Quedarse
    Explanation
    "Quedarse" is the correct answer because it means "to stay" or "to remain" in Spanish. The other options, "ponerse," "hacerse," and "volverse," have different meanings. "Ponerse" means "to become" or "to get," "hacerse" means "to become" or "to turn into," and "volverse" means "to become" or "to turn." Therefore, only "quedarse" accurately translates to "to stay" in this context.

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  • 13. 

    Contento

    • A.

      Ponerse

    • B.

      Hacerse

    • C.

      Quedarse

    • D.

      Volverse

    Correct Answer
    A. Ponerse
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "ponerse." In Spanish, "ponerse" is used to express a temporary change in state or condition. It is commonly used to talk about emotions, physical sensations, and certain behaviors. Therefore, "ponerse" is the most appropriate verb choice among the given options to convey the idea of becoming or getting into a certain state or condition.

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  • 14. 

    Rico

    • A.

      Ponerse

    • B.

      Hacerse

    • C.

      Quedarse

    • D.

      Volverse

    Correct Answer
    B. Hacerse
    Explanation
    The word "hacerse" in Spanish means "to become" or "to turn into". It is used to express a change or transformation in someone's identity, profession, or personality. This verb is commonly used when talking about personal growth or achieving a certain status or position.

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  • 15. 

    Callado

    • A.

      Ponerse

    • B.

      Hacerse

    • C.

      Quedarse

    • D.

      Volverse

    Correct Answer
    C. Quedarse
    Explanation
    "Quedarse" is the correct answer because it means "to stay" or "to remain" in Spanish. The other options, "callado" means "quiet", "ponerse" means "to become" or "to get", "hacerse" means "to become" or "to turn into", and "volverse" means "to become" or "to turn into" as well. However, none of these options have the same meaning as "quedarse", which specifically refers to staying in a certain place or condition.

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  • 16. 

    Loco

    • A.

      Ponerse

    • B.

      Hacerse

    • C.

      Quedarse

    • D.

      Volverse

    Correct Answer
    D. Volverse
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "volverse". "Volverse" is a reflexive verb that means "to become" or "to turn into". It is used to express a change in state or condition. In this context, "volverse" would be the appropriate verb to use if the sentence is referring to a change or transformation of some sort.

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  • 17. 

    Enfermo

    • A.

      Ponerse

    • B.

      Hacerse

    • C.

      Quedarse

    • D.

      Volverse

    Correct Answer
    A. Ponerse
    Explanation
    "ponerse" is the correct answer because it is a reflexive verb that means "to become" or "to get" in English. It is used to indicate a change in physical or emotional state. For example, "ponerse enfermo" means "to become/get sick".

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  • 18. 

    Histérico

    • A.

      Ponerse

    • B.

      Hacerse

    • C.

      Quedarse

    • D.

      Volverse

    Correct Answer
    D. Volverse
    Explanation
    "Volverse" is the correct answer because it is a reflexive verb that means "to become" or "to turn into." It is used to indicate a change in someone's personality, state, or condition. In this context, "volverse" would be appropriate to describe a sudden or significant change in someone's behavior or mood, such as becoming hysterical. The other options, "ponerse," "hacerse," and "quedarse," can also indicate a change, but they have slightly different connotations and are not as suitable in this specific context.

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  • 19. 

    Confundido

    • A.

      Ponerse

    • B.

      Hacerse

    • C.

      Quedarse

    • D.

      Volverse

    Correct Answer
    C. Quedarse
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "quedarse". In Spanish, "quedarse" means "to stay". Therefore, "confundido quedarse" would translate to "to stay confused". The other options, "ponerse", "hacerse", and "volverse", do not convey the same meaning as "quedarse" in this context.

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  • 20. 

    Perplejo

    • A.

      Ponerse

    • B.

      Hacerse

    • C.

      Quedarse

    • D.

      Volverse

    Correct Answer
    C. Quedarse
    Explanation
    The word "quedarse" is the correct answer because it means "to stay" or "to remain" in Spanish. It is used to indicate the action of staying in a specific place or situation for a certain period of time. The other options, "perplejo", "ponerse", "hacerse", and "volverse" do not have the same meaning as "quedarse" and are not appropriate choices for this question.

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