Spanish I - Unit 1: Amigos en el mundo Prueba 1: El español en el mundo

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In Chapter 1, you saw several maps that showed where Spanish is spoken in the world. You also looked at the flags and capitals of those countries. Think about what you learned from those maps as you answer the following questions.

How many countries have Spanish as their official language?

21

Which of the following are capital cities in Central or South America?

Santiago
Managua
Lima
Tegucigalpa

Which of the following is a capital city in Europe?

Madrid

Which of the following are capital cities in the Caribbean?

La Habana
San Juan

You saw the places in the U. S. that have been influenced by the Hispanic culture, and learned that many words in the English language came from Spanish. Use this information to answer the following question.

What five states have the largest Spanish-speaking population?

Be sure to use correct capitalization in your answers.

California
Texas
Florida
New York
Illinois

Choose all the words from the following group that have a Spanish root.

ranch
banana
canoe
patio
avocado
coyote
savvy
guitar
chocolate
mosquito
potato
hurricane
hammock

For each of the following, choose the Spanish letter that you hear.

1.C
2.LL
3.G
4.U
5.H

Match the following items.
1. ¡Hola!
2. ¡Encantado!
3. ¡Estoy bien, gracias!
4. Me llamo Claudia
5. ¡Hasta luego!

1.¡Buenos días!
2.¡Mucho gusto!
3.¿Cómo estás?
4.¿Cómo te llamas?
5.¡Adiós!

Look at the pictures below. Think about what is going on in each picture. Then, choose the best phrase for each.

1.¡Buenos días!
2.¡Buenas tardes!
3.¡Estoy triste!
4.¡Estoy feliz!

Look at the phrases below to see what is used to say "pleased to meet you" in Spanish. Choose the greeting Charlie would say.

¡Encantado!

Look at the phrases below to see what is used to say "pleased to meet you" in Spanish. Choose the greeting Sophie would say.

¡Encantada!

Listen to the dialogue and answer the questions according to what you hear.
This dialogue is between:
The information given in this dialogue is:

1.two people who have never met
2.names

Listen to the dialogue and answer the questions according to what you hear.
This dialogue is between:
The girl in this dialogue feels:

1.two people who know each other
2.sad

What is a general greeting that people use in place of "Good morning," "Good afternoon," and "Good evening" in some of the Spanish-speaking countries?

¡Buenas!

How would two guys who are good friends most likely greet each other in Cuba?

a hug

How would two girls who are good friends most likely greet each other in Argentina?

a kiss on the cheek

Now, it's your turn to introduce yourself. Complete the dialogue below by choosing phrases from the choices provided.

Dialogue 1:
Yasmín: ¡Hola! ----- -- -------
Manuel: Me llamo Manuel. ¿Y tú?
Yasmín: Me llamo Yasmín. Mucho gusto.
Manuel: -----------

Dialogue 2:
Rita: ¡Buenos días!, ¿cómo estás?
Roberto: ------ --- ----- ¿Y tú?
Rita: Bien, gracias. ¡Hasta luego!
Roberto: -------

¿Cómo te llamas?
¡Encantado!

¡Estoy muy bien!
¡Adiós!

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