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Test your Spanish - Level Intermediate II


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Sorry! You did not pass the Intermediate II level.

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


Question 1: (SE PUSO A) Part of the verbal periphrasis "Ponerse a + Infinitive that marks the unexpected beginning of an action. In this sentence "EMPEZAR + A" would also work.

Question 2: (HUBIERA) Unrealistic hypothesis in the past. The first part of this sentence structure is formed with "Si + Subjunctive Past Perfect." The second part of the sentence can be conjugated as Compound Conditional or Subjunctive Past Perfect.

Question 3: (QUEDEN) HASTA QUE is followed by subjunctive when referring to the future.

Question 4: (RECOGIERA) Conditional tense which requires the other verb in the sentence to appear in Past Imperfect Subjunctive because it expresses a desire that is unlikely to occur.

Question 5: (RIEGUEN) Para + Infinitive; Para que + Subjunctive indicates finality. Additionally, here imperfect subjunctive is used in agreement with the conditional tense in the beginning of the sentence.

Question 6: (HUBIERA) Como si + Imperfect Subjunctive is used to indicate something that is impossible in the present. (eg: ¡como si fuera rica!/As if I were rich!) If referring to the past, subjunctive past perfect would be used.

Question 7: (NO DEJE) DEJAR, meaning "to abandon," is used here as negative advice and conjugated in imperative tense for usted.

Question 8: (ESTÉ) MIENTRAS is followed by subjunctive when referring to the future. Additionally, the expression here is "ESTAR DE VACACIONES" or "TO BE ON VACATION/HOLIDAYS". (eg: cuando estés de vacaciones me ocuparé de tu trabajo/When you go on vacation, I will take care of your work)

Question 9: (CON) Forms part of the sentence structure: "HAY QUE HACER ALGO CON…/WE NEED TO DO SOMETHING WITH…" which expresses the obligation to do something and/or find a solution to a situation or problem.

Question 10: (VIENEN OCURRIENDO) Verbal periphrasis "VENIR + GERUND" expresses a repeated action starting in the recent past and lasting until the present.

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