Empezar Conjugation: Present Tense & Command

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Which of the following is NOT an imperative form of empezar?

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1.

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

¿A qué hora _____ las clases? (What time do classes start?)

2.

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

La próxima semana _____ mi nuevo trabajo. (Next week I'll start my new job.)

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About This Quiz and Worksheet

The Spanish verb empezar and its conjugations in the present and imperative tenses are the focus for this quiz and worksheet combo. Questions ask about imperative conjugations of the verb, and you are also asked to complete sentences with the correct form of empezar.

Quiz and Worksheet Goals

Questions in the quiz will check your understanding of forms of empezar to be used in these situations:

  • Asking when classes start
  • Saying 'I'll start...'
  • Telling a group of friends in Peru to 'Start eating!'
  • Telling a stranger to start when they want

Skills Practiced

  • Defining key concepts - ensure that you can choose the proper verb form of empezar to fit in a given sentence
  • Information recall - remember what you have learned about the imperative forms of empezar
  • Knowledge application - use what you know to answer questions about addressing people in South American versus Spain

Additional Learning

To review some more, go to the lesson titled Empezar Conjugation: Present Tense & Command. With this, you can look into the extra topics that are mentioned below:

  • Example conversations using empezar
  • A review of subject pronouns and pronunciation
  • Translating Spanish to English with context
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