Do You Think You Could You Pass Spanish 101?

By: Annette
Estimated Completion Time
2 min
Do You Think You Could You Pass Spanish 101?
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About This Quiz

It can be a huge advantage to speak Spanish in the United States. Not only is it a beautiful language, but also it's fun! In this quiz, we're going to explore some of the key words and phrases. By the end, you can freely say that you "Hablo Espanol."
Adiós.
Goodbye
"Adiós" is the way of saying "goodbye" in Spanish. When someone is pestering you, just tell them "Adiós!"
Hello
Repeat that

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Buenos días.
Good morning
"Buenos días" is the traditional way of saying "good morning." Don't say this at 5 p.m. at night!
Good afternoon
Good evening

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Hola!
Yes!
Hello
"Hola" is the most famous Spanish word. It means hello! It's appropriate to greet someone with "hola," no matter what language they speak.
It's true

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My name is ______.
Me llamo ______.
When replying to "¿Cómo te llamas?" you say, "Me llamo ______." The verb used here is "llamar."
Ya mama ______.
Lo meamo ______.

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Please.
Per piacere
Gracias
Por favor
"Por favor" is the way of saying "please." When you order a margarita with your chips and salsa, you say, "por favor."

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Yes.
"Sí" means "yes" in Spanish. When someone asks if you speak Spanish, the answer that you want to use is "Sí."
Oui
Hai

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No hablo español.
I speak Spanish​
I understand Spanish
I don't speak Spanish
"No hablo español" is the way to say, "I don't speak Spanish." After finishing this quiz, you don't have to use this phrase!

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Muy bien, gracias.
I'd like a drink, please
Fine, thank you.
"Muy bien, gracias." This means "fine, thank you." This is the reply to "how are you doing?"
That is correct, yes.

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¿Cómo estás?
What did you say?
What is your name?
How are you?
"¿Cómo estás?" means "how are you." Keep in mind that this is the informal way of using this phrase.

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What's another way of saying "excuse me?"
Perdón
"Perdón" is another way of saying "excuse me" or "sorry." That one is easy to remember, because it sounds like "pardon."
Andiamo
Esperate

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¿Cómo se dice Pizza en Español?
Where is the pizza?
How do you say Pizza in Spanish?
"¿Cómo se dice Pizza en Español?" means "How do you say Pizza in Spanish?" They just say "pizza!"
Do Latinos eat pizza?

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What's the informal way of saying "goodbye"?
Arigato
Permanente​
Hasta luego
"Hasta luego" is the informal way of saying goodbye to someone. It is pronounced (AH-stah LWAY-goh).

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¿Qué hora es?
Do you want to go?
Is it true?
What time is it?
"¿Qué hora es?" is a way of saying "What time is it?" It is pronounced keh OR-ah ehs.

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No entiendo.
I don't cook
I can't see
I don't understand
"No entiendo" is a way of saying "I don't understand." No need to feel ashamed when you say this.

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De nada.
I don't think so
I'm not sure
You're welcome
"De nada" is a way of saying "you're welcome." In terms of literal translation, it means "it's nothing."

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"Encantado" is said by _____ .
A man
"Encantado" means "Nice to meet you." "Encantado" is said by a man, while "Encantada" is said by a woman.
A woman

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¿Cómo te llamas?
What did you say?
What time is it?
What is your name?
"¿Cómo te llamas?" is a way of saying "what is your name?" Keep in mind, that this is the informal way of saying it.

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What do you add to ¿Cómo estás? to make it formal?
Antes
Usted
You must add "usted" to make it formal, while dropping the S in estás. ¿Cómo está usted?
Algo

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When it's dark out, you say ______ .
Buenos dias
Buenos tardes
Buenas noches
When it's dark out, you say "Buenas noches." However, don't use this on a dark morning.

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Hola, me llamo Juan.
No, my name is Juan.
Yes, I want to talk to Juan
Hello, my name is Juan
"Hola, me llamo Juan" translates to "Hello, my name is Juan." The English equivalent of Juan is actually John!

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How do you say "bless you"?
Gazuntite
Salud
"Salud" is a way of saying "bless you." You pronounce it sah-LOOD.
Aldona

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Ayuda!
Run!
Help!
"Ayuda!" is a way of saying "help!" When you're knocked over by a Mexican hurricane, you yell "ayuda!"
Keep away!

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How do you say "thank you"?
Grazie
Gracas
Gracias
"Gracias" is another famous Spanish word. When enjoying Latin hospitality, always be sure to say "gracias"!

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¿Hay alguien que hable inglés?
Do you speak English?
I can't speak English.
Is there anyone here that speaks English?
"¿Hay alguien que hable inglés?" is the way of saying "is there anyone here that speaks English?" When you get blank stares, you have your answer.

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Which of these is the most important phrase?
Estan mucho gente
Tenemos ha esta hora
¿Dónde está el baño?
Dear friends, take note: "¿Dónde está el baño?" is a very important phrase. It means, "where is the bathroom?"

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Estoy bien.
I'm fine
"Estoy bien" translates to "I am fine." When someone asks you how you are, you say "Estoy bien."
It is good
He is well

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¿Cuánto cuesta?
What did you say?
How much does it cost?
"¿Cuánto cuesta?" is a way of saying "how much does it cost?" You use this phrase when buying a sombrero on Olvera Street.
Do you understand?

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Lo siento.
Sit down
It's true
I'm sorry
"Lo siento" is a way of saying "I'm sorry." When you drop a plate of arroz y frijoles on someone, you say "lo siento."

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Is "¿Hablas inglés?" formal or informal?
Formal
Informal
"¿Hablas inglés?" is the informal way of asking, "do you speak Spanish?" You need to add "usted" to make it formal.

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Buenos tardes.
Good morning
Good afternoon
"Buenos tardes" is the traditional way of saying "good afternoon." Everyone has a different sense of when afternoon is.
Good evening

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Disculpe.
Excuse me
"Disculpe" is Spanish for "excuse me" or "sorry." When you run into someone on the streets of Tijuana, you say "disculpe."
It's common
I understand

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Estoy perdido.
I am happy
I understand
I am lost
"Estoy perdido" is a way of saying "I am lost." It is pronounced ehs-TOY pehr-DEE-doh.

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Mucho gusto.
It tastes delicious
Nice to meet you
"Mucho gusto" translates into "nice to meet you." It is pronounced MOO-choh GOOS-toh.
Everything is great

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What is SVO?
Spanish verb order
Spanish volume opportunity
Subject, verb, object
SVO stands for subject, verb, object. This is the basic grammatical structure of the Spanish language.

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No.
Yes
What?
No
Well, that was an easy one! In Spanish, you say "no" the same way that we say it in English.

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