Spanish Language Vocabulary and Basics Quiz

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¿Qué color se traduce como 'Blanco' en español?


¿Cuál es el día que se traduce como 'Jueves' en español?


¿Qué mes se corresponde con el mes de 'Junio' en español?


¿Cuál de los siguientes no es un color en español?


¿Qué día no corresponde a un día de la semana en español?


¿Por qué la palabra 'la bicicleta' se considera femenina en español?

Porque termina en 'eta'

¿Cuál es una característica única de los verbos en español que los distingue de los verbos en inglés?

Cambian según el pronombre sujeto utilizado

¿Cómo se aprenden los nombres de colores en español en comparación con los colores en inglés?

Se aprenden de memoria, sin un sistema subyacente

¿Cuál es la importancia de los sustantivos en español en comparación con el inglés?

Los sustantivos tienen género en español pero no en inglés

¿Qué diferencia principal hay entre los verbos en español y en inglés?

En español se conjugan según la persona, en inglés no

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Spanish Language

The Spanish language is widely spoken across the world, with over 460 million speakers. It's the second most native-spoken language globally after Mandarin Chinese. Let's explore some aspects of this fascinating language through its vocabulary, color names, days of the week, and months of the year.



Vocabulary in Spanish is divided into masculine and feminine nouns, which may seem unusual considering English doesn't have gendered nouns. For example, the word 'la bicicleta' ('the bicycle') is considered feminine because it ends with 'eta', while'el automóvil' ('the car') is considered masculine because it ends with 'óvil'. There are rules to follow when assigning gender, such as singular countable objects often being feminine, and plural countable objects often being masculine.


Spanish verbs change according to the subject pronoun used, indicating both tense and person. For instance, whereas the English sentence "I eat" would always remain unchanged whether you say "Yo como," "Tú comes," "Él come," etc., in Spanish, you need to conjugate the verb differently depending on who is doing the action - hence "yo tomo" (I take), "él toma" (he takes).


Color names in Spanish are learned by rote, so there isn't any underlying system like with English colors based on their first letter. Here's how they translate from English to Spanish:

Color Spanish Translation
Black Negro
Blue Azul
Green Verde
Red Rojo
White Blanco
Yellow Amarillo

Days of the Week

The days of the week in Spanish are:

English Day Spanish Translation
Monday Lunes
Tuesday Martes
Wednesday Miércoles
Thursday Jueves
Friday Viernes
Saturday Sábado
Sunday Domingo

Months of the Year

The months of the year in Spanish are:

English Month Spanish Translation
January Enero
February Febrero
March Marzo
April Abril
May Mayo
June Junio
July Julio
August Agosto
September Septiembre
October Octubre
November Noviembre
December Diciembre

Spanish is a rich and diverse language, with many regional variations and dialects. Its grammar and vocabulary can be complex, but with practice and patience, anyone can learn it.

Test your knowledge of Spanish language vocabulary, including gendered nouns and verb conjugations. Learn the translation of colors, days of the week, and months of the year in Spanish. Explore the richness and diversity of the Spanish language through this quiz!

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