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Please check my work and help me with some Spanish questions. Thanks!

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  1. Rosy95
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    1. Este país no tiene ejército. A. Panamá B. México C. Costa Rica D. Ecuador 2. En esta ciudad en México se producen muchos artículos de plata. A. Monterrey B. Taxco C. Cancún D. Oaxaca 3. ¿En qué año llegó a ser un lugar turístico la ciudad de Cancún? A. 1978 B. 1955 C. 1810 D. 1920 4. ¿Cuáles son dos productos muy típicos de Centroamérica? A. Leche y plátanos. B. Café y plátanos. C. Café y queso. D. Plátanos y queso. 5. ¿Cómo se llaman las montañas en Sudamérica? A. Los Alpes. B. Los Pirineos. C. Los Andes. D. La Sierra Madre. 6. ¿Cuál frase es correcta? A. Cuando era menor, jugué al tenis todos los veranos. B. Cuando era menor, jugaba al tenis todos los veranos. C. Cuando era menor, juego al tenis todos los veranos. 7. ¿Cuál frase es correcta? A. Ayer, el estudiante salió para ir a la Universidad. B. Ayer, el estudiante salía para ir a la Universidad. C. Ayer, el estudiante salía para fue a la Universidad. 8. ¿Cuál es correcto? A. Yo viajaba cada día. B. Yo viajé cada día. C. Yo viajía cada día. 9. ¿Cuál es correcto? A. El enfermo se sentió mal, pero ahora está mejor. B. El enfermo se sentía mal, pero ahora está mejor. C. El enfermo se sintiá mal, pero ahora está mejor. Completa la frase con un artículo definido (el, la, los, las). 10. ¿Quieres los bolígrafos rojos? No. Quiero _____ verdes. Completa la frase con un artículo definido (el, la, los, las). 11. ¿Quieres el libro nuevo? No. Quiero _____ viejo. Completa la frase con un artículo definido (el, la, los, las). 12. ¿Quieres las revistas italianas? No. Quiero _____ españolas. 13. ¿Qué significa este refrán? Antes de hablar, es bueno pensar. A. You should speak and then think. B. You should think and then speak. C. You should not think before speaking. 14. ¿Cuál es correcto, dado esta frase: El hombre presenta a su padre al grupo? A. El hombre se lo presenta. B. El hombre le lo presenta. 15. ¿Cuál es correcto? La maestra da un examen a nosotros. A. La maestra se lo da. B. La maestra nos lo da. C. La maestra danoslo. 16. ¿Cuál es correcto? Yo digo la verdad a mis padres. A. Yo se lo digo. B. Yo se la digo. C. Yo les la digo. 17. Escribe esta frase con dos pronombres: Él da un libro a su hermano. 18. Escribe esta oración de nuevo con dos pronombres: ¡Compra los boletos a tu hermana! 19. Escribe 4 o 5 oraciones en un párrafo hablando de los estereotipos. 20. ¿Por qué decidiste estudiar el español? Escribe por lo menos 5 oraciones en español.

  2. Rosy95
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    @FlaCaLOL & @Luis_Rivera

  3. Rosy95
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    Here are the answers I would like you to check. All the ones with a ??, I don't know which it would be. Thanks! 1. C 2. B 3. A 4. ?? 5. C 6. ?? 7. ?? 8. ?? 9. ?? 10. los 11. el 12. las 13. B 14. ?? 15. ?? 16. ?? 17. ?? 18. ?? 19. Los estereotipos se usan mucho en las personas y lugares. Por lo general son falsas. Un exmple para que una persona estaría diciendo que si es asiático de lo que eres realmente bueno en matemáticas. Un ejemplo de un lugar que está diciendo que Texas es siempre caliente. Los estereotipos también puede ser muy hiriente. 20. ??

  4. FlaCaLOL
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    6. B 7. A 8. A 9.B 14. A 15. B 16. A

  5. FlaCaLOL
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    20. why did u decide to study spanish? write atleast 5 sentences in spanish.

  6. GCR92
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    19) Los estereotipos se usan mucho con las personas y los lugares. Por lo general son falsos. Un ejemplo de persona SERÍA DECIR (It would be saying that...) que los asiáticos son realmente buenos en matemáticas, un ejemplo de lugar SERÍA DECIR que en Texas hace siempre calor. Los estereotipos también pueden ser muy hirientes.

  7. GCR92
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    By the way, you wrote "Los estereotipos are used..." that's gramatically correct but it's not very beautiful if you know what I mean, because "Los estereotipos" aren't objects that can be used, I'd rather say "Hay muchos estereotipos de personas y lugares".

  8. Rosy95
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    Thank you both!! Also, how do I do 17. and 18.?

  9. Rosy95
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    And GCR92: So should I rewrite hte last sentence too? (Los estereotipos también puede ser muy hiriente.)

  10. GCR92
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    Last sentence is ok, I mean I rewrote it trying to keep what you wanted to say YOUR WAY but as a native speaker I might say it otherwise. I don't really think that you need to write it as a native because all it'll do is to make you confused, just keep using grammatically correct sentences and you'll get 10/10.

  11. GCR92
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    17- Dáselo. 18- ¡Cómpraselos!

  12. Rosy95
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    Awesome thank you! Can you please explain how you got 17 &18? I really do want to learn Spanish I just kinda suck at it lol.

  13. Rosy95
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    Would this be correct for #20... Decidí estudiar español porque vivo cerca de México. Pensé que podría usar más españoles que otra lengua. Tuve que tomar dos años de español para poder graduarse de la secundaria. Estoy estudiando español este año, porque no había ninguna otra clase para que yo tome. Sé que aprender español me va a ayudar porque viajo a países de habla hispana.

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    There is a #21 that I didn't include on here but did I right it correctly? Aprendí las banderas de los países de habla hispana. Aprendí lo que la gente llama en esos países. Si usted vive en Argentina es argentino y si usted vive en Chile es chileno. También me enteré de que utiliza pretérito para describir un pasado una acción o evento. Ejemplo: Yo jugaba al fútbol ayer por la tarde. También me enteré de que utiliza imperfecto para describir una acción recurrente en el pasado. Ejemplo: Yo jugaba al fútbol todas las tardes. También aprendí un poco sobre algunos países de habla hispana. Aprendí algunas de las capitales, la población, y donde se encuentran ubicados.

  15. GCR92
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    17 and 18 are reflexive pronouns, in english it would be like: ¡Dáselo! - Give it to him! ¡Cómpraselos! - Buy them it! We use that in spanish to "simplify" our speaking by using less words, but it's very hard to learn for spanish students. Both 17 and 18 are double pronouns, i'll explain: pronouns are: me, te, se, lo, los, la, las. So in that sentence, if you observe, we've used 2 pronouns, it always happens in spanish because the "la/lo indicates to which person the verb is reffering to and you cannot say it otherwise. A little trick to understand the me, te, se forms is thinking about the "non-simplified" verb, in our case it would be: Dáselo = Dale eso (that something) a él (Literally like in english, word by word, give it to him) - Give "that something"(it) to him. You need to know the verbs very well in the first place to be able to understand this, this is middle-advanced spanish level. Another example would be: Cómpraselos: Cómpra eso(that something) a ellos.

  16. Rosy95
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    Oh ok that makes more sense then how they tought it! Thanks so much! Is it ok if I tag you in other spanish questions if I need help?

  17. GCR92
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    Please do it, I'm glad to help. I'd like to become a teacher someday and I take it as a practice.

  18. Rosy95
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    Ok awesome! You will make a great teacher!

  19. GCR92
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    thank you very much :)

  20. GCR92
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    gonna check your writing now ok?

  21. GCR92
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    I can also tell you that spanish is actually a HARD language to learn. Specially for english speakers, and it's because of the verbs.

  22. Rosy95
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    Yes it is! And ok. I know I made one mistake in #21, but I will see if you see any others.

  23. GCR92
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    I'll correct in a very strict way, because I believe it the best for you, I don't understimate you and I believe anybody can understand anything if it's explained well enough.

  24. GCR92
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    I mean, I'm giving you A+ level

  25. GCR92
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    And for what I can see you already learnt the hardest part of spanish, you rarely have mistakes in the conjugations, that's the best new any spanish student can recieve, trust me.

  26. Rosy95
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    Awesome thank you!

  27. GCR92
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    You tend to fail with the singular and plural forms, but that's easy to correct.

  28. GCR92
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    I'll rewrite it and then you compare both ok?

  29. Rosy95
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    Ok.

  30. GCR92
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    Decidí estudiar español porque vivo cerca de México. Pensé que podría usar más el español que otra lengua. Tuve que tomar dos años de español para poder graduarme de la secundaria. Estoy estudiando español este año porque no había ninguna otra clase para que yo tomara. Sé que aprender español me va a ayudar porque viajo a países de habla hispana.

  31. GCR92
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    Just 3 errors in there, look for them comparing with the original

  32. GCR92
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    And what did you want to say in the second sentence? write it in english please, it'll make things easier for me.

  33. Rosy95
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    the second sentence in 20 or 21

  34. GCR92
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    20

  35. GCR92
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    Pensé que podría usar más españoles que otra lengua

  36. Rosy95
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    I want 20 to say "I decided to study Spanish because I live near Mexico. I thought I could use Spanish more than any other language. I had to take two years of Spanish in order to graduate from high school. I'm studying Spanish this year, because there was no other class that I can take. I know that learning Spanish will help me because I travel to Spanish speaking countries." So the second sentence would be... I thought I could use Spanish more than any other language.

  37. GCR92
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    more than any other language = más que cualquier otro/a idioma/lengua

  38. GCR92
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    If you checked it well and have no doubts i'll go with the 2nd writting

  39. Rosy95
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    21. I wanted it to say... I learned the flags of Spanish-speaking countries. I learned what people are called in those countries. If you live in Argentina you are argentino and if you live in Chile you are chileno. I also learned to use a past tense to describe a past action or event. Example: I played football yesterday afternoon. I also learned to use imperfect to describe a recurring action in the past. Example: I played soccer every afternoon. I also learned a little about some Spanish-speaking countries. I learned some of the capitals, the population, and where they are located.

  40. Rosy95
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    And thanks for the help!

  41. GCR92
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    No problem. Let's see.

  42. GCR92
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    (me) Aprendí las banderas de los países hispanohablantes. Aprendí como se llama la gente de cada país. Si vives en Argentina eres argentino y si vives en Chile eres chileno. También aprendí a usar el tiempo pasado para describir una acción o un evento que ya ocurrieron. Ejemplo: Jugué al futbol ayer por la tarde. También aprendí a usar el tiempo imperfecto para describir una acción recurrente en el pasado. Ejemplo: Jugué al futbol todas las tardes. También aprendí un poco sobre los países hispanohablantes. Aprendí algunas capitales, la población y dónde se encuentran.

  43. GCR92
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    que ya ocurrieron = that already happened, i changed that because it looks better

  44. Rosy95
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    Thanks!

  45. GCR92
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    Also I just noticed, when you want to put "For example..." it's ok if you only put "Ejemplo", but it's even better to use "Por ejemplo..." Remember, this details can get you a higher mark because teachers notice them, doing exams is an art :D.

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