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#1. In Spanish the terms used to address adults are señor, señora, and señorita, abbreviated Sr., Sra., and Srta.
a) Cierto b) Falso c) d)
#2. There are two ways to say “you” in Spanish when you are talking to one person: tú and usted.
a) Cierto b) Falso c) d)
#3. The ancient Aztecs of Mexico kept track of time using a huge carved stone calendar known as the Sun Stone.
a) Cierto b) Falso c) d)
#4. Hace frío en el verano.
a) Cierto b) Falso c) d)
#5. Hay treinta días en febrero.
a) Cierto b) Falso c) d)
#6. Hay siete días en una semana.
a) Cierto b) Falso c) d)
#7. Nieva en el invierno.
a) Cierto b) Falso c) d)
#8. Los meses de la primavera son marzo, abril y mayo.
a) Cierto b) Falso c) d)
When it’s summer in the northern hemisphere it’s winter in the southern hemisphere.
a) Cierto b) Falso c) d)
#10. En la cabeza hay ojos, una nariz y una mano.
a) Cierto b) Falso c) d)
#11. An infinitive in English usually starts with the word “to.”
a) Cierto b) Falso c) d)
#12. In Spanish an infinitive is a verb form that ends in the letter -ar, -er, or -ir.
a) Cierto b) Falso c) d)
#13. The merengue, the tango, the flamenco, and the mambo are dances popular in different Spanish-speaking countries.
a) Cierto b) Falso c) d)
#14. Teenagers in Spanish-speaking countries like to do pretty much the same things you and your friends like to do--dance, play sports, and listen to music.
a) Cierto b) Falso c) d)
#15. Spanish is closely related to Latin, the language of the ancient Roman empire.
a) Cierto b) Falso c) d)
#16. When you answer a question negatively in Spanish you usually use the word no twice.
a) Cierto b) Falso c) d)
Although the Spanish word nada means “nothing” in the expression No me gusta nada, it means “not at all.”
a) Cierto b) Falso c) d)
#18. In Spanish, there are only two different types of infinitives.
a) Cierto b) Falso c) d)
The following words are all Spanish infinitives: bailar, leer, escribir, gusta.
a) Cierto b) Falso c) d)
#20. En el verano me gusta mucho esquiar.
a) Cierto b) Falso c) d)
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