If I were... Professions in Spanish Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. The following form would not be something we would find in classic medieval literature from Spain:

Question 2 2. The expression 'tendría más tiempo' means 'I would have more time' and employs what tense?

Question 3 3. Which verb do you use when defining someone's profession?

Question 4 4. The expression 'tendré más tiempo' means 'I will have more time' and employs what tense?

Question 5 5. What are the correct imperfect subjunctive forms of the verbs decir, hablar, and comer for nosotros?

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Question 6 6. In certain regions, someone who would like to sound a bit more distinguished or well-educated might use the following form of venir:

Question 7 7. The correct conjugation of poder in the él form of the imperfect subjunctive is:

Question 8 8. The sentence Necesito que me digas todo employs:

Question 9 9. How we could we use the conditional tense to translate the second half of this sentence: 'Rebecca said that she would not give him the money?'

Question 10 10. In one of the conversations, Cristian reassures Elena with the real possibility that if she is in the union, she will receive raises in salary. What does he say?

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Question 11 11. How does one conjugate the verbs estar, tener and comer in the yo form of the conditional?

Question 12 12. All irregular forms in the ellos preterit are maintained in (carry over to) the imperfect subjunctive. For example, supieron/supiera, leyeron/leyera, or fueron/fuera.

Question 13 13. How can we best complete the sentence? Si Sara hace un viaje a Argentina, ella…

Question 14 14. When a hypothetical 'if clause' is contrary-to-fact, we use:

Question 15 15. None of the following have a different female form except:

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Question 16 16. How could we best finish the sentence? Con un coche nuevo (with a new car)…

Question 17 17. How could we finish the sentence? Con un boleto de avión para Argentina…

Question 18 18. Which statement would you most likely hear from someone who likes the novel being discussed, now and in the future?

Question 19 19. La capital de Chile es:

Question 20 20. The yo conjugation of the irregular verb proponer (to propose) in the conditional tense is:

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Question 21 21. The tú conjugation of the regular verb conseguir (to get) in the conditional tense is:

Question 22 22. What is the correct translation of: She is an intelligent judge?

Question 23 23. Si tú fueras a la costa del Caribe en México, podrías ver…

Question 24 24. En la familia Marcos, 'Quién trabaja en una escuela?

Question 25 25. La hermana de Carla quería qué ella le _____ un libro antes de acostarse.

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Question 26 26. In one of the dialogs, Beatriz claims that she would still go to the office every day even if she had a millions dollars. What is the correct translation of the hypothetical situation?

Question 27 27. El padre de la familia, José Antonio, trabaja en un banco. Él es…

Question 28 28. The sentence te pedí que me trajeras una concha employs:

Question 29 29. After we recall the third-person plural forms in the preterit tense, how do we form the 'yo' form of the imperfect, or past, subjunctive?

Question 30 30. How does one conjugate the verbs estar, tener and comer in the yo form of the imperfect subjunctive?

If I were... Professions in Spanish Chapter Exam Instructions

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