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Writing in Spanish Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. How would you start a formal email with 'To whom it may concern' in Spanish?

Question 2 2. You have to send a business email to Mr. Smith from the department of technology of a major Snack company. How will you begin your letter?

Question 3 3. How would you start a business email to a company department?

Question 4 4. How would you end a business email?

Question 5 5. Which of these is the proper way to write a date in Spanish?

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Question 6 6. The expressions es importante, es primordial, es fundamental are great ways to open the following part of a persuasive essay in Spanish:

Question 7 7. You are writing your persuasive essay in Spanish and you try to convince readers about the need to legalize medical marijuana by making the point that research has found many benefits. Which of the following statements is NOT the best way to present research-based knowledge?

Question 8 8. The conclusión in a persuasive paragraph in Spanish gets to be too long once it goes over:

Question 9 9. You like the expression desde mi punto de vista (from my point of view) to express your ideas in a persuasive essay in Spanish. How can you make this expression compelling for the reader?

Question 10 10. You are ready to write your persuasive essay in Spanish when you see in the guidelines that APA is preferred for citations. However, you are more familiar with MLA. What do you do?

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Question 11 11. The following topic is very specific within a thesis statement:

Question 12 12. Marc is ready to write his argument in Spanish, which is that motivation in public organizations is key to successful work. The most appropriate words to refer to public employees is:

Question 13 13. Once your thesis statement is ready, you should review it and improve by:

Question 14 14. Julie is writing her thesis statement in Spanish, which looks at contrasting two policies. This is the best way to express the objective in her thesis statement:

Question 15 15.

Complete the following objective with the best option:

Elaborar un plan estratégico para que el Ministerio de la Cultura pueda usar los fondos de que dispone... (To elaborate a strategic plan so that the Ministry of Culture can use the funding it has available...)

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Question 16 16. Luis is going to write a composition with the title Mis últimas vacaciones en Europa (My last vacation in Europe). The appropriate tense for this composition is:

Question 17 17. The following is an expression to connect one sentence to another.

Question 18 18.

To compose sentences in a Spanish paragraph, keep in mind basic sentence structure. Which is the subject in this sentence:

Elena y yo somos amigas. (Elena and I are friends.)

Question 19 19. Carlos is writing a paragraph about Mexican food in the US. This following sentence should appear where in the paragraph? La comida mexicana es diferente en los Estados Unidos que en México. (Mexican food is different in the US than in Mexico.)

Question 20 20. The expressions en pocas palabras (en pocas palabras (in short), para resumir (to summarize), por todo esto (because of all this) are used in what part of a paragraph:

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Question 21 21. Which of the following expressions can be used to introduce an example?

Question 22 22. Which of the following expressions can be used to introduce a summary of your ideas?

Question 23 23. Which of the following is NOT an addition connective word?

Question 24 24. Select the option that best fills in the blank: _____ hacía mal tiempo, corrimos el maratón. ('Despite the weather being bad, we ran the marathon'.)

Question 25 25. Select the option that best fills in the blank: No tengo tiempo hoy, _____ si quieres quedamos mañana. ('I don't have time today, _____ if you want we can meet tomorrow'.)

Writing in Spanish Chapter Exam Instructions

Choose your answers to the questions and click 'Next' to see the next set of questions. You can skip questions if you would like and come back to them later with the yellow "Go To First Skipped Question" button. When you have completed the practice exam, a green submit button will appear. Click it to see your results. Good luck!

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