5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Jacinto Benavente
- Santiago Ramon y Cajal
- Pablo Picasso
- Juan Ramon Jimenze and Vicenti Aleixandre
- El Greco
- a (1866-1954) dramatist. won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1922
- b (the Greek) Domenico Theocopoulos. painter of the 16th century. Toledo. most of his paintings are of a religious nature.
- c (1881-1958) and (1898-1984) poets. both winners of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1956 and 1977 respectively.
- d winner of the nobel prize for medicine in 1906 for his studies on the central nervous system
- e painter of the 20th century. founder of the school of cubism. style of painting in which geometric forms represent human figures.
5 Multiple choice questions
- (1600-1681) play writer, La Vida es Sueno.
- (1845-1920) greatest Spanish novelist since Cervantes
- an epic poem. first most important work in Spanish literature. written in the 12th century.
- Spain's greatest composer and the foremost representative of modern Spanish music
- aeronautical engineer. invented the autogyro in 1923 for funner of the helicopter
5 True/False questions
Andres Segobia → (1562-1681) dramatist who write many plays but they weren't that good.
Severo Ochoa → (the Greek) Domenico Theocopoulos. painter of the 16th century. Toledo. most of his paintings are of a religious nature.
Velazquez → (1867-1928) novelist. The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. Blood and Sand. La Barrack.
Isaac Albenniz → composer of music for the piano
Alfonso (x) → an epic poem. first most important work in Spanish literature. written in the 12th century.