Spanish Vocabulary for Work Attire


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Which of the following would you wear at a construction site?

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1. In a restuarant, you may use un delantal (an apron). How do you say 'use' in Spanish?

2. Translate into Spanish: Gloria puts on her tennis shoes.

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

The worksheet/quiz will help you to determine how much you know about Spanish terms for work attire. Answer questions on key points like what you might wear at a construction site and how to say 'use' in Spanish.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

These areas of study will be addressed:

  • How to say in Spanish that somebody puts on their tennis shoes
  • How to say 'uniforms' in Spanish
  • The Spanish term for 't-shirt'

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related lesson on Spanish terms for work attire
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding a Spanish term for something you'd wear at a construction site
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about how to say 't-shirt' and 'uniforms' in Spanish

Additional Learning

For further insight, consider the lesson named Spanish Vocabulary for Work Attire. You'll be taught about the following:

  • Spanish terms for what to wear in an office and at a restaurant
  • Spanish verbs for discussing what people wear
  • An example conversation with these words