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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. olvidarse de
  2. aburrirse vs. aburrirle
  3. enojarse vs. enojarle
  4. enamorarse de
  5. burlarse de
  1. a to get bored vs. to bore someone
  2. b to fall in love with ; REFLEXIVE VERB
  3. c to get angry vs. to anger
  4. d to make fun of ; REFLEXIVE VERB
  5. e to forget ; REFLEXIVE VERB

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. to stay vs. to fit/have left
  2. el personaje=the figure in a movie, book, (mi personaje favorita en HP es Hermione..)

    el carácter=the character of someone (él tiene un carácter cómico y cariño)
  3. querr, tendr, sabr, vendr, saldr, habr, pondr, podr, cabr, dir, valdr, har
  4. =in the present, "current" "now"

    NOTTTT "actually"--> en realidad, de veras
  5. saber=to be informed or know something specific (to sé la historia del estado california)

    conocer=to be familiar with a person, place, etc (to conozco a travis)

5 True/False questions

  1. divertirse vs. divertirleto enjoy oneself vs. to entertain

          

  2. asistir=to be present at a place (concierto, fiesta)

    NOTTTT "to assist someone"--> atender

          

  3. the conditional tense-significa "would"/ must/ should
    -traduce en ingles "I wonder" --> para expresar posibilidades en el pasado
    -ía ías ía íamos íais ían

          

  4. preocuparse de vs. preocuparle deto be worried vs. to worry another

          

  5. gastar vs. pasartocar=to play an instrument

    jugar=to play something for fun (game/sport)