Intermediate Spanish Terminology for Dramatic Literature

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The central part of a play's plot is called _____.

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1.

Note the following passage from a play:

MARÍA: (Es rubia y va bien vestidaz) ¡Hola! Translation: MARÍA: (She is blond and well-dressed.) Hello!

The text written in the parentheses is called _____.

2. When an actor addresses the audience, he is reciting a(n) _____.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Test your knowledge of Spanish drama terms with this short quiz and worksheet. These assessments contain multiple-choice questions that require you to recognize the Spanish words for a variety of drama concepts.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

You'll be challenged to recognize Spanish terms for various dramatic elements, including:

  • The central part of the plot in a play
  • Parts of dramatic text
  • Actors addressing an audience
  • The comedia del Siglo de Oro
  • Types of theater

Skills Practiced

  • Knowledge application - apply your understanding of the comedia del Siglo de Oro to answer a question about its three fundamental ideas
  • Reading comprehension - be sure to take away important terms from the related lesson on Spanish drama terminology, like what to call it when an actor addresses the audience
  • Making connections - consider definitions, passages and plays and connect them to the Spanish drama terms they describe

Additional Learning

To learn more drama-related terms in this language, check out our lesson called Intermediate Spanish Terminology for Dramatic Literature. Studying this lesson can help you:

  • Identify Spanish words about the classic plot structure
  • Translate the term dramaturgo
  • Recognize the form of theater that began in Europe following World War II
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