Quedar vs. Quedarse - Quiz & Worksheet


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Select the option that best fills in the blank:

Siempre _____ con mis amigos los fines de semana. (I always arrange to meet my friends on weekends.)

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Select the option that best fills in the blank:

_____ en casa de mis abuelos este fin de semana. (We are staying at my grandparents' this weekend.)

2. Select the best translation for: 'There is no milk left.'

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About This Quiz and Worksheet

With this combination of quiz and worksheet, you are reviewing the differing uses of quedar and quedarse in the Spanish language. Questions ask you to choose the best word to fill in the blank of a given sentence, along with directly translating an English phrase.

Quiz and Worksheet Goals

Expect to find the situations listed below in the questions on this quiz:

  • Arranging to meet with friends
  • Staying with grandparents
  • A dress that looks good on someone
  • Staying at a hotel

Skills Practiced

  • Defining key concepts - ensure that you know the proper Spanish word for 'milk'
  • Information recall - remember what you have learned about completing Spanish sentences
  • Knowledge application - use what you know to answer translation questions involving staying at a hotel

Additional Learning

For additional language exercise, open the lesson titled Quedar vs. Quedarse. There, you can check out the following extra material:

  • Pronunciation of different conjugations of quedar and quedarse
  • Different uses of quedar and quedarse
  • Quedar and quedarse definitions