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Sorry! You did not pass the ADVANCED level.

You only answered 0 questions out of 10 correctly. You needed to answer 8 questions correctly in order to pass the test.


Pregunta 1: (EN BLANCO) PASAR LA NOCHE EN BLANCO: "Spend the night in white" is an expression used to indicate that that one was unable to sleep all night.

Pregunta 2: (SE LE) The pronoun "SE" is part of the verb "NOTARSE" and "LE" is the indirect complementary pronoun in 3rd person singular, which in this case refers to "mi colega" or "my buddy".

Pregunta 3: (QUEDANDO EN LOS HUESOS) "Becoming bones" is an expression used when someone is getting so skinny that you can see their bones beneath their skin.

Pregunta 4: (EN) A preposition that follows this structure: "Ser el/la único/a + en + infinitive verb(eg: Ser el único en hablar).

Pregunta 5: (HAYA PODIDO) You must use subjunctive due to the structure of the sentence which expresses a negative opinion: "No creo que + subjunctive".

Pregunta 6: (ESTARÍA) The first part of the sentence contains "Si + Subjunctive Past Perfect," referring to the past. However, the second part of the sentence refers to the present and therefore the verb must be conjugated in the conditional tense. The second part of the sentence cannot contain Past Perfect or Compound Conditional because those verb forms refer to the past. (eg: Si no hubiera salido anoche, hoy no tendría sueño)

Pregunta 7: (ACUSADORAS) Plural feminine adjective which refers to the feminine plural noun "miradas".

Pregunta 8: (A QUIENES) Pronoun related to people (in plural) referred to as indirect objects.

Pregunta 9: (COJAS) This verb must be conjugated in subjunctive because "como" is used as a threat. (eg:¡Como vayas mañana te arrepentirás!/If you go tomorrow you will be sorry!).

Pregunta 10: (CIENTO VOLANDO) This phrase forms part of the expression "Más vale pájaro en mano que ciento volando," translated as: "A bird in the hand is worth 100 flying." The expression means that it is better to have one thing assured than many things that are not assured.

It seems that your actual level is INTERMEDIATE II.

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