Divertirse Conjugation: Present Progressive, Subjunctive & Command

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Select the form of the verb divertirse that best fills in the blank:

Los niños _____ mucho en la playa. (The children are having a lot of fun at the beach.)

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1. Which of the following expressions would you use to wish a friend to have fun?

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Select the form of the verb divertirse that best fills in the blank:

Espero que _____ en la fiesta. (I hope you (all) have fun at the party.)

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

You'll be quizzed on your comprehension of the Spanish verb 'divertirse' with these study resources. For the quiz, topics include how to use the verb in a sentence about kids having fun at the beach and the proper way of telling somebody that you hope they have fun.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Use these tools to cover the following:

  • How to say that you hope everybody has fun at the party
  • How to tell your friends from Argentina that you wish they have fun
  • Correct usage of 'divertirse' when talking about your vacation

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding how to talk about having fun in Spanish
  • Reading comprehesion - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related lesson on 'divertirse' in the present progressive, subjunctive and command
  • Interpreting information - verify that you can read information regarding the Spanish verb 'divertirse' and interpret it correctly

Additional Learning

Learn more about having fun in Spanish with the lesson entitled Divertirse Conjugation: Present Progressive, Subjunctive & Command. Use the following bullet points as a guide to help you study:

  • Reflexive pronouns and how they're used with 'divertirse'
  • What a gerund is in Spanish
  • Conjugations of 'divertirse' in the present progressive, subjunctive and imperative
  • Spanish pronunciations and English translations for those tenses
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