Graduarse Conjugation: Present, Subjunctive & Preterite


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Fill in the blank: Nuesta clase _____ en un estadio. (Our class graduated in a stadium.)

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1. Fill in the blank: Cuando los alumnos _____, siempre hay una fiesta. (When the students graduate, there is always a party.)

2. Fill in the blank: Estamos felices que _____ hoy.

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About This Quiz and Worksheet

Your knowledge of the conjugation of graduarse is tested with this combination of a quiz and worksheet. Questions are going to ask you to choose the proper version of the verb to complete a sentence, and one question asks you for the correct English-to-Spanish translation of a full sentence.

Quiz and Worksheet Goals

Test your understanding of the material with questions about using graduarse in these sentences and scenarios in Spanish:

  • 'Our class graduated'
  • 'When the students graduate'
  • 'I graduated'

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - remember what you have learned about directly translating English into Spanish with graduarse
  • Knowledge application - use what you know to answer questions about the singular subjunctive form of graduarse
  • Problem solving - make sure you can choose the correct conjugation of graduarse to complete a sample sentence

Additional Learning

For more on the subject, check out the lesson titled Graduarse Conjugation: Present, Subjunctive & Preterite. Using it, you can dig into the additional material contained in the list below:

  • Genders of subject pronouns
  • When to use the preterite
  • Reviewing how to pronounce different forms of graduarse