Advanced Spanish Narrative Terminology

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Yo soy un pícaro y un ladrón, me gusta la exageración y la fantasía. (I am a rogue and a thief, I like exaggeration and fantasy.) What type of narrator is this?

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1. Conocí al príncipe hace muchos años. Viví junto a él y le vi participar en la aventura que ahora voy a contar. (I met the prince many years ago. I lived with him and I saw him participate in the adventure that I am now going to tell.) What type of narrator is this?

2. Escúchame con atención María, es importante lo que estoy contando. Era un día lluvioso y ... me oyes, María? (Listen to me María, it is important what I am telling. It was a rainy day and ... can you hear me, María?) What role does María play in this text?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

These quiz questions test how much you know about advanced Spanish narrative terms. Key topics include the term for a narrator who likes fantasy and exaggeration and a narrator who tells a story about events in which they participated.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The quiz addresses these points:

  • Character who reads or listens to the narrator
  • Story that's told to express a moral lesson
  • Novel that includes documents such as newspaper clippings or a set of letters

Skills Practiced

  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information regarding advanced Spanish narrative terms and interpret it correctly
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about a story where a narrator retells events they witnessed and a story that depicts some kind of moral teaching
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding a narrator who prefers to exaggerate and fantasize

Additional Learning

To learn more about narrative terms in Spanish, you can review the lesson named Advanced Spanish Narrative Terminology. Follow along to learn more about these points:

  • Eduardo Mendoza's use of narration
  • Narrator in a novel by Miguel de Unamuno
  • Type of narration in Torito
  • Example of unique narrative in Cartas marruecas
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