Lesson 6: Even More on Pronunciation and How to Express Location

Exercise

The answers are located at the bottom of the page.

Fill in the blanks with the missing Spanish word(s) 

1. Are there any strawberries? – ¿________  fresas?

2. Where are the strawberries? – ¿_________  _________  _________  fresas?

3. The strawberries are in the kitchen. – __________  fresas  __________  en la cocina.

4. Where is the information? –  ¿__________  __________  __________  _________?

5. Where is the bathroom? – ¿__________  __________  __________  baño?

6. Are there any tables outside? – ¿__________ mesas afuera?

Answer true or false

7. There are two different verbs in Spanish that mean “to be”. (T/F)

8. The Spanish verb estar is used for temporary conditions and location (T/F)

Fill in the blank with the correct translation of the word “the”

Hint: I gave you the gender of each Spanish noun: (m) masculine, (f) feminine

9. the beach –  __________ playa (f)

10. the car –  __________ carro (m)

11. the buildings –  __________ edificios (m)

12. the men –  __________ hombres (m)

13. the women-  __________  mujeres (f)

14. the rain – __________  lluvia (f)

I want you to get in the habit of looking up individual words to plug in to your phrases.

Use wordreference.com to look up the only the noun in the following sentences (the noun is in italics). You should be able to translate the rest on your own.

15. Are there any turtles?

16. Where are the horses?

17. Where is the airport?

18. Are there any discounts?

19. Where is the entrance?

20. Where are the keys?

Answer Key

he answers are shown in blue

1. Are there any strawberries? – ¿Hay fresas?

2. Where are the strawberries? – ¿Dónde están las fresas?

3. The strawberries are in the kitchen. – Las fresas están en la cocina.

4. Where is the information? –  ¿Dónde está la información?

5. Where is the bathroom? – ¿Dónde está el baño?

6. Are there any tables outside? – ¿Hay mesas afuera?

7. There are two different verbs in Spanish that mean “to be”. True

8. The Spanish verb estar is used for temporary conditions and location. True

9. the beach – la playa (f)

10. the car – el carro (m)

11. the buildings – los edificios (m)

12. the men – los hombres (m)

13. the women- las mujeres (f)

14. the rain – la lluvia (f)

15. Are there any turtles? – ¿Hay tortugas?

16. Where are the horses? – ¿Dónde están los caballos?

17. Where is the airport? – ¿Dónde está el aeropuerto? 

18. Are there any discounts? – ¿Hay descuentos?

19. Where is the entrance? – ¿Dónde está la entrada?

20. Where are the keys? – ¿Dónde están las llaves?

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