Indicate whether the sentence or statement is true or false




НазваIndicate whether the sentence or statement is true or false
Дата канвертавання14.01.2013
Памер84.26 Kb.
ТыпДокументы
True/False Practice


True/False

Indicate whether the sentence or statement is true or false.


____ 1. An infinitive in English usually starts with the word “to.”


____ 2. In Spanish an infinitive is a verb form that ends in the letter -ar, -er, or -ir.


____ 3. The merengue, the tango, the flamenco, and the mambo are dances popular in different Spanish-speaking countries.


____ 4. 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.


____ 5. When you answer a question negatively in Spanish you usually use the word no twice.


____ 6. Although the Spanish word nada means “nothing” in the expression No me gusta nada, it means “not at all.”


____ 7. In Spanish, there are only two different types of infinitives.


____ 8. The following words are all Spanish infinitives: bailar, leer, escribir, gusta.


____ 9. En el verano me gusta mucho esquiar.


____ 10. In Spanish, just as in English, adjectives usually come before the noun they describe.


____ 11. Adjectives in Spanish usually have different masculine and feminine forms.


____ 12. The adjective inteligente is both masculine and feminine.


____ 13. In Spanish el and la both mean “the.”


____ 14. The indefinite articles un and una mean “a” or “an” in English.


____ 15. Me gusta hablar con mis amigos. Soy un chico sociable.


____ 16. No me gusta hacer nada. Soy muy trabajador.


____ 17. Me gusta mucho estudiar. Soy muy perezosa.


____ 18. Me gusta dibujar. Soy muy artístico.


____ 19. Me gusta tocar la guitarra y cantar. Soy muy talentosa.


____ 20. The Spanish words tú, usted, vosotros, vosotras, and ustedes all mean “you.”


____ 21. In Spanish the subject pronoun nosotras refers to a group of all females.


____ 22. In a Spanish-speaking country, if you had a class at 14:00 o’clock, to get there on time you would have to be at school before 7:00 am.


____ 23. Usas una computadora en la clase de tecnología.


____ 24. El almuerzo es una clase.


____ 25. Necesitas una calculadora para la clase de inglés.


____ 26. Usamos un diccionario en la clase de inglés y en la clase de español.


____ 27. Generalmente en la escuela almorzamos en la primera hora.


____ 28. Most schools in Spanish-speaking countries have sports teams just as schools do in this country.


____ 29. Para usar una computadora necesitamos un teclado.


____ 30. En una sala de clases hay pupitres para los estudiantes.


____ 31. En una sala de clases hay muchas papeleras para los estudiantes.


____ 32. En la sala de clases necesitamos un sacapuntas para los lápices.


____ 33. No hay una puerta en una sala de clases.


____ 34. En una sala de clases las ventanas están encima de los pupitres.


____ 35. Para escribir necesito un lápiz o un bolígrafo.


____ 36. Para usar una computadora necesitamos un ratón y una bandera.


____ 37. Para usar una computadora necesitamos un ratón debajo del teclado.


____ 38. In Spanish-speaking countries people eat almost exactly the same things for breakfast as people in the US.


____ 39. In Spanish-speaking countries breakfast usually consists of a piece of bread or a roll, coffee or tea, or possibly a glass of juice.


____ 40. Comemos muchos perritos calientes y pizza en el desayuno.


____ 41. Generalmente, bebemos jugo de naranja en el desayuno.


____ 42. En Latinoamérica comen pan y beben café o té en el desayuno.


____ 43. Las papas fritas son una fruta.


____ 44. Los plátanos, fresas y galletas son frutas.


____ 45. El almuerzo es la primera comida del día.


____ 46. Para mantener la salud debemos hacer ejercicio y comer muchas grasas.


____ 47. El helado y los pasteles son buenos para la salud.


____ 48. Aquí comemos la cena a las seis o a las siete de la noche.


____ 49. Las zanahorias, las uvas y las judías verdes son verduras.


____ 50. Las uvas, las manzanas y las fresas son frutas.


____ 51. Para una ensalada de verduras necesitas pasteles y lechuga.


____ 52. Para mantener la salud es importante comer comidas de todos los grupos de la pirámide nutritiva cada día.


____ 53. El pollo y el bistec son carnes.


____ 54. La leche y la mantequilla son bebidas.


____ 55. Para mantener la salud debes hacer ejercicio cada día.


____ 56. Strolling through the plaza is a popular pastime for young and old alike in Spanish-speaking countries.


____ 57. Para nadar vamos a la piscina.


____ 58. Para ir de compras vamos a la iglesia.


____ 59. Vamos al cine para ver la tele.


____ 60. Los fines de semana vamos a la escuela.


____ 61. Vamos a la mezquita para ver una película.


____ 62. Vamos al gimnasio para hacer ejercicio.


____ 63. Vamos a las montañas para esquiar.


____ 64. Vamos al campo para ir de compras.


____ 65. Vamos a la biblioteca para leer libros y revistas.


____ 66. In Spanish-speaking countries schools do not usually sponsor as many extra-curricular activities as schools in this country do.


____ 67. Puedes jugar al vóleibol solo(a).


____ 68. No puedes ir a la escuela cuando estás muy enfermo(a).


____ 69. No jugamos al fútbol en los Estados Unidos.


____ 70. Aquí comemos la cena a las once de la noche.


____ 71. Vamos de pesca al centro comercial.


____ 72. Cámping y béisbol son palabras españolas que vienen del inglés.


____ 73. El vóleibol, el básquetbol, el golf y el tenis son deportes.


____ 74. A quinceañera is a 16th birthday celebration.


____ 75. Latino families often have parties to celebrate birthdays, baptisms, or anniversaries with several generations together.


____ 76. El hijo de mis padres es mi hermano.


____ 77. La madre de mi madre es mi abuela.


____ 78. El hijo de mis tíos es mi hermano.


____ 79. Los dulces, el pastel y el papel picado son cosas para comer en una fiesta.


____ 80. Mis primos son los hijos de mis tíos.


____ 81. Mis padres son mayores que mis abuelos.


____ 82. In some Spanish-speaking countries you can get the waiter’s attention by making a pfft sound.


____ 83. Para comer sopa necesito una cuchara.


____ 84. El Rancho de las Golondrinas es un cine.


____ 85. La pimienta es un postre delicioso.


____ 86. Siempre usamos sal y pimienta en nuestro cereal.


____ 87. Un hombre mayor a veces tiene el pelo canoso.


____ 88. De postre generalmente comemos servilletas con azúcar.


____ 89. Una mujer mayor no es joven.


____ 90. Una camarera o un camarero sirve la comida en un restaurante.

True/False Practice

Answer Section


TRUE/FALSE


1. ANS: T DIF: Basic REF: Grammar

OBJ: To demonstrate understanding of grammar and language STO: 5


2. ANS: T DIF: Basic REF: Grammar: Infinitives

OBJ: To demonstrate understanding of infinitives in Spanish STO: 5


3. ANS: T DIF: Medium REF: Culture

OBJ: To understand cultural perspectives on favorite activities STO: 4


4. ANS: T DIF: Basic REF: Culture

OBJ: To understand cultural perspectives on favorite activities STO: 4


5. ANS: T DIF: Basic REF: Grammar: Negatives

OBJ: To talk about activities you like and don’t like to do STO: 5


6. ANS: T DIF: Medium REF: Me / Te gusta

OBJ: To talk about activities you don’t like to do STO: 5


7. ANS: F DIF: Basic REF: Grammar: Infinitives

OBJ: To talk about activities you like and don’t like to do STO: 5


8. ANS: F DIF: Basic REF: Grammar: Infinitives

OBJ: To talk about activities you like and don’t like to do STO: 5


9. ANS: F DIF: Basic REF: Me / Te gusta

OBJ: To talk about activities you like and don’t like to do STO: 2


10. ANS: F DIF: Basic REF: Grammar: Adjectives

OBJ: To use adjectives to describe people STO: 5


11. ANS: T DIF: Basic REF: Grammar: Adjectives

OBJ: To use adjectives to describe people STO: 5


12. ANS: T DIF: Basic REF: Grammar: Adjectives

OBJ: To use adjectives to describe people STO: 5


13. ANS: T DIF: Basic REF: Grammar: Definite articles

OBJ: To ask and tell what people are like STO: 5


14. ANS: T DIF: Basic REF: Grammar: Indefinite articles

OBJ: To ask and tell what people are like STO: 5


15. ANS: T DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary OBJ: To talk about personality traits

STO: 1, 2


16. ANS: F DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary OBJ: To talk about personality traits

STO: 1, 2


17. ANS: F DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary OBJ: To talk about personality traits

STO: 1, 2


18. ANS: T DIF: Medium REF: Grammar: Adjectives

OBJ: To talk about personality traits STO: 1, 2


19. ANS: T DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary OBJ: To talk about personality traits

STO: 1, 2


20. ANS: T DIF: Basic REF: Grammar: Subject pronouns

OBJ: To ask and tell who is doing an action STO: 5


21. ANS: T DIF: Basic REF: Grammar: Subject pronouns

OBJ: To ask and tell who is doing an action STO: 1, 5


22. ANS: F DIF: Medium REF: Culture

OBJ: To compare your school with that of a student in a Spanish-speaking country

STO: 4, 5


23. ANS: T DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary OBJ: To talk about school subjects

STO: 1, 2


24. ANS: F DIF: Basic REF: Vocabulary

OBJ: To talk about school schedules and subjects STO: 1, 2


25. ANS: F DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary OBJ: To talk about school subjects

STO: 1, 2


26. ANS: T DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary

OBJ: To talk about school schedules and subjects STO: 1, 2


27. ANS: F DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary

OBJ: To talk about school schedules and subjects STO: 1, 2


28. ANS: F DIF: Medium REF: Culture: Schools

OBJ: To understand cultural perspectives on school STO: 4, 5


29. ANS: T DIF: Basic REF: Vocabulary OBJ: To describe a classroom

STO: 1, 2


30. ANS: T DIF: Basic REF: Vocabulary OBJ: To describe a classroom

STO: 1, 2


31. ANS: F DIF: Basic REF: Vocabulary OBJ: To describe a classroom

STO: 1, 2


32. ANS: T DIF: Basic REF: Vocabulary OBJ: To describe a classroom

STO: 1, 2


33. ANS: F DIF: Basic REF: Vocabulary OBJ: To describe a classroom

STO: 1, 2


34. ANS: F DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary OBJ: To describe a classroom

STO: 1, 2


35. ANS: T DIF: Basic REF: Vocabulary OBJ: To describe a classroom

STO: 1, 2


36. ANS: F DIF: Basic REF: Vocabulary OBJ: To describe a classroom

STO: 1, 2


37. ANS: F DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary OBJ: To describe a classroom

STO: 1, 2


38. ANS: F DIF: Basic REF: Culture

OBJ: To understand cultural perspectives on meals STO: 4, 5


39. ANS: T DIF: Basic REF: Culture

OBJ: To understand cultural perspectives on meals STO: 4, 4, 5


40. ANS: F DIF: Basic REF: Vocabulary

OBJ: To talk about foods and beverages for breakfast and lunch

STO: 2


41. ANS: T DIF: Basic REF: Vocabulary

OBJ: To talk about foods and beverages for breakfast and lunch

STO: 2


42. ANS: T DIF: Medium REF: Culture

OBJ: To understand cultural perspectives on meals STO: 4


43. ANS: F DIF: Basic REF: Vocabulary

OBJ: To talk about foods and beverages for breakfast and lunch

STO: 2


44. ANS: F DIF: Basic REF: Vocabulary

OBJ: To talk about foods for breakfast and lunch STO: 2


45. ANS: F DIF: Basic REF: Vocabulary

OBJ: To talk about foods and beverages for breakfast and lunch

STO: 2


46. ANS: F DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary: Health

OBJ: To discuss food/ health and exercise choices STO: 2


47. ANS: F DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary: Health

OBJ: To discuss food/ health and exercise choices STO: 2


48. ANS: T DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary: Foods and meals

OBJ: To discuss foods and meals STO: 2


49. ANS: F DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary: Foods

OBJ: To talk about foods STO: 2


50. ANS: T DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary: Foods

OBJ: To talk about foods STO: 2


51. ANS: F DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary

OBJ: To discuss food/ health and exercise choices STO: 2


52. ANS: T DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary

OBJ: To discuss food/ health and exercise choices STO: 2, 6


53. ANS: T DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary

OBJ: To talk about foods and beverages for dinner STO: 2


54. ANS: F DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary

OBJ: To talk about foods and beverages for dinner STO: 2


55. ANS: T DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary

OBJ: To discuss food/ health and exercise choices STO: 2


56. ANS: T DIF: Basic REF: Culture

OBJ: To understand cultural perspectives on leisure activities STO: 4


57. ANS: T DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary

OBJ: To talk about locations in your community STO: 2


58. ANS: F DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary

OBJ: To talk about locations in your community STO: 2


59. ANS: F DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary

OBJ: To talk about locations in your community STO: 2


60. ANS: F DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary

OBJ: To talk about locations in your community STO: 2


61. ANS: F DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary

OBJ: To talk about locations in your community STO: 2


62. ANS: T DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary

OBJ: To talk about locations in your community STO: 2


63. ANS: T DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary

OBJ: To talk about locations in your community STO: 2


64. ANS: F DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary

OBJ: To talk about locations in your community STO: 2


65. ANS: T DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary

OBJ: To talk about locations in your community STO: 2


66. ANS: T DIF: Basic REF: Culture

OBJ: To understand cultural perspectives on after-school activities

STO: 4, 5


67. ANS: F DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary

OBJ: To talk about activities outside of school STO: 2


68. ANS: T DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary

OBJ: To talk about activities outside of school STO: 2


69. ANS: F DIF: Medium REF: Culture

OBJ: To understand cultural perspectives on after-school activities

STO: 2, 5


70. ANS: F DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary

OBJ: To talk about activities outside of school STO: 2


71. ANS: F DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary

OBJ: To talk about activities outside of school STO: 2


72. ANS: T DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary

OBJ: To understand cultural perspectives on after-school activities

STO: 5


73. ANS: T DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary

OBJ: To talk about activities outside of school STO: 2


74. ANS: F DIF: Basic REF: Culture

OBJ: To understand cultural perspectives on family and celebrations

STO: 5, 4


75. ANS: T DIF: Basic REF: Culture

OBJ: To understand cultural perspectives of family and celebrations

STO: 4


76. ANS: T DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary OBJ: To describe families

STO: 1, 2


77. ANS: T DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary OBJ: To describe families

STO: 1, 2


78. ANS: F DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary OBJ: To describe families

STO: 1, 2


79. ANS: F DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary

OBJ: To talk about celebrations and parties STO: 1, 2


80. ANS: T DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary OBJ: To describe families

STO: 1, 2


81. ANS: F DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary OBJ: To describe families

STO: 1, 2


82. ANS: T DIF: Basic REF: Culture OBJ: To order a meal in a restaurant

STO: 4, 6


83. ANS: T DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary OBJ: To order a meal in a restaurant

STO: 1, 2


84. ANS: F DIF: Medium REF: Culture

OBJ: To understand cultural perspectives on celebrations STO: 2, 4


85. ANS: F DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary OBJ: To order a meal in a restaurant

STO: 1, 2


86. ANS: F DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary OBJ: To order a meal in a restaurant

STO: 1, 2


87. ANS: T DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary

OBJ: To describe family members and friends STO: 1, 2


88. ANS: F DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary OBJ: To order a meal in a restaurant

STO: 1, 2


89. ANS: T DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary

OBJ: To describe family members and friends STO: 1, 2


90. ANS: T DIF: Medium REF: Vocabulary OBJ: To order a meal in a restaurant

STO: 1, 2

Дадаць дакумент у свой блог ці на сайт

Падобныя:

Indicate whether the sentence or statement is true or false iconStatement of Academic Interest and Career Goals: Statement should be one typewritten page

Indicate whether the sentence or statement is true or false icon2008 rmp fest: Apophasis is a False God

Indicate whether the sentence or statement is true or false iconMake a single sentence from each of the groups of sentences below

Indicate whether the sentence or statement is true or false iconDo you want to get true happiness

Indicate whether the sentence or statement is true or false iconEssential Question: How do I differentiate between a complete and an incomplete sentence?

Indicate whether the sentence or statement is true or false iconEpisode one "A dream come true"

Indicate whether the sentence or statement is true or false iconPlease mark the appropriate sentence that describes your experience with the uva bay Game

Indicate whether the sentence or statement is true or false iconWhat’s Fueling Yellowstone: a true hot spot

Indicate whether the sentence or statement is true or false iconAn Act establishing a parole procedure for certain persons serving a class "A" felony sentence

Indicate whether the sentence or statement is true or false iconTrue Blood: The Vampire as a Multiracial Critique on Post-Race Ideology

Размесціце кнопку на сваім сайце:
be.convdocs.org


База данных защищена авторским правом ©be.convdocs.org 2012
звярнуцца да адміністрацыі
be.convdocs.org
Галоўная старонка