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| Spanish that Works Review
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How much do you remember? Here is your
chance to find out!
Write out the answers to these translation
exercises, and check your work on the answers page (links below). Answers are based on material
taught in Spanish that Works.
NOTE: Usually the questions only use the polite forms
usted (You) and su
(Your), and not the buddy-buddy forms tú (you) and tu
(your). The polite form
is more appropriate for customer service situations, and simplifies the verb conjugations
for the beginner. In this test, however, there are a couple of tú
form questions because the content of the questions is intimate. The words You and Your are
sometimes capitalized in
Spanish that Works to tell you when you are using the polite form.
¡Buena suerte! (Good luck!)
Translate to English
usted le gustan las fresas?
2. Sí, pero me gusta más el chocolate.
3. A mi hermana no le gusta mucho.
4. Me gustaría ir al cine esta noche.
5. ¿Le gustó la película, señora Villa?
6. No nos gustaron las fresas.
7. Ya no me gustas.
8. Les gustamos mucho.
Translate to Spanish
like strawberries. (with emphasis)
2. Do You-polite like chocolate?
3. My friends like chocolate a lot.
4. I’d like to learn more Spanish.
5. Did You-polite like the chocolate?
6. Yes, but I didn’t like the strawberries.
7. Do you like me, my love? (intimate you form)
8. Yes, my love. I like you a
polite, professional form
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