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AP Spanish: Making Dates And Appointments

Subjects : languages, spanish, ap
Instructions:
  • Answer 33 questions in 15 minutes.
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  • Match each statement with the correct term.
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This is a study tool. The 3 wrong answers for each question are randomly chosen from answers to other questions. So, you might find at times the answers obvious, but you will see it re-enforces your understanding as you take the test each time.
1. used in the middle of a sentence: indeed - as was just pointed out






2. to (indicates a destination - where to...)






3. What you say in Spain when you answer the phone






4. use lowercase letters with nationalilites (and religious affliliations)






5. singular and plural nouns used as direct objects do not need an article when they refer to the whole category in gerneral.






6. to love - to care about (use with a member of the family - a good friend - boyfriend - girlfriend - spouse)






7. use to express physical attraction / to have a crush on someone.






8. singular and plural nouns need an article when used as the subject of a sentence.






9. are only used after a specific time is mention






10. When used with a present or future tense verb it means on Friday - or this coming Friday. (el pr






11. What you say in other Spanish speaking countries when you answer the phone






12. in - on - at (indicates a location)






13. used to comment that what was just said is correct: exactly - that's true






14. effectively / in effect






15. ....calling.






16. can be used with both people and things






17. Tonight






18. then - after that






19. can only be use with people you know (me encanta el actor; amo a mi hermano)






20. then - so - therfore - at that time






21. I would love to ... (It would enchant me.... / ....would enchant me)






22. to have desires to (do something) - to feel like (doing something) or to really want to (do something)






23. see you later






24. The most common way to identify yourself on the telephone.






25. following the name of a day - indicate night or at night






26. to dine - to eat dinner (don't use comer la cena...comer el almuerzo - comer el desayuno - use cenar - almorzar and desayunar)






27. Fine - Okay - Good






28. (I leave you) to God. It can indicate a long time before you expect to see someone again. It is often followed by que te/le/les vaya bien (may all go well for you).






29. use ser when giving the place of an event






30. singular and plural nouns used as direct objects require an article when they refer to something specific.






31. What you say in Mexico when you answer the phone






32. ...calling you.






33. What you say in Argentina when you answer the phone