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Intermediate Spanish Narrative Terminology

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The narrative genre that tells historic events in chronological order is:

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1. You read a story about a mother who speaks to her adult child. In their conversation about their relationship, the mother makes reference to the number of times the child preferred the father. This is a literary tool called:

2. A character in a story says No me interesa el arrepentimiento de ella ahora. Es demasiado tarde porque no supo reconocer sus errores a tiempo (I am not interested in her feelings of regret now. It is too late, as she didn't admit her mistakes in time.). This uses this literary tool:

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Try this short Spanish quiz/worksheet to see how well you know narrative terminology. These assessments are made up of multiple-choice questions that ask you to consider literary situations, quotes and passages and then select the appropriate Spanish narrative terms they illustrate.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The quiz and worksheet tests your knowledge of the following in Spanish:

  • Narrative genres
  • Literary tools
  • Types of narrators

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - draw the most important information from the related lesson on intermediate Spanish narrative terminology
  • Knowledge application - apply your understanding of Spanish narrative terminology answer questions about literary devices, narrators and genres
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding intermediate narrative terminology in Spanish

Additional Learning

If you want to learn more narrative terms in this language, take a look at the related lesson, Intermediate Spanish Narrative Terminology. This lesson is designed to help you:

  • Learn Spanish literary terms related to perspective
  • Translate sample sentences that use Spanish narrative terms
  • Identify Spanish authors that apply these literary tools
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