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There are approximately 500 million people who speak Spanish today. This is a growing trend that will reach 600 million people speaking Spanish by the year 2050. Do you know how many Nobel laureates in Spanish literature there have been so far? There are 40,000+ words, as well as conjunctions in the Spanish language, including all of the 5 vowels – do you know what they are called?
What was the first written Spanish record dating back all the way to 964. What was the first literary work that was fully written in Spanish? Do you think you are the most knowledgeable when it comes to the Spanish Language? Let’s see. Take our quizzes now and find out.
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This practice will cover Spanish Definite Articles.

Questions: 42  |  Attempts: 12855   |  Last updated: Jan 8, 2013
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Complete this multiple choice Spanish Subject Pronouns quiz by carefully reading the questions and selecting the appropriate answer from the given choices. You will face fifteen questions which will test your abilities on the...

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    Which Spanish subject pronoun means "I?"

Welcome to this quick quiz to help you test your knowledge about the Spanish alphabet system and how each one of them sounds. So, without taking too much time on description, let's get started.

Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 13106   |  Last updated: Sep 11, 2020
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    What sound does the Spanish e make?

Questions: 19  |  Attempts: 37493   |  Last updated: Jun 9, 2020

A quiz where you have to give the definition of the spanish word

Questions: 11  |  Attempts: 6615   |  Last updated: Feb 22, 2013

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What is the E makes sound in Spanish?
This needs to be fixed because according to my prior knowledge, letter A makes the "Ah" sound. Not the letter E, which makes the 'eh" sound.
What is the difference between Aquel and Ese?
There is nothing that is as frustrating as when you are trying to learn a different language entirely, especially languages like Spanish. Aquel and Ese are two types of demonstrative pronouns; both are used to refer to something distant. While both m
What is the difference between Hispanic and Latino?
The key difference between Hispanic and Latino is that Hispanic refers to people who speak Spanish and descended from Spanish speaking populations. In contrast, Latino refers to individuals who are from Latin America. A Latino or Hispanic person can
How to say Shut Up in spanish language?
Shut up may not be considered a very nice phrase to say to someone; however, nothing gets across the point better than a resounding shut-up. It is also stated in Spanish a few different ways. “callate” is the literal translation of shut u
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