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1

(A) la sangre roja

or

(B) la roja sangre

(B) la roja sangre

2

(A) la semana segunda

or

(B) la segunda semana

(B) la segunda semana

3

(A) la silla morada

or

(B) la morada silla

(A) la silla morada

4

(A) un abuelo viejo (elderly)

or

(B) un viejo abuelo (elderly)

(A) un abuelo viejo

5

(A) un gran amigo

or

(B) un grande amigo

(A) un gran amigo

6

(A) un león grande (great)

or

(B) un gran león (great)

(B) un gran león

7

(A) un perro pobre

or

(B) un pobre perro

(B) un pobre perro

8

(A) un simple niño (mere)

or

(B) un niño simple (mere)

(A) un simple niño

9

(A) una camisa nueva (different)

or

(B) una nueva camisa (different)

(B) una nueva camisa (different)

10

(preterite/imperfect)
I [wasn't] very tall when I was a child.

imperfect

11

(preterite/imperfect)
Katie [was baking] cookies.

imperfect

12

(preterite/imperfect)
The Bears [were walking] in the woods when Goldilocks entered their home.

imperfect

13

(preterite/imperfect)
The teacher was lecturing when the alarm [sounded].

preterite

14

(preterite/imperfect)
When I was a child, I [fell] down a well.

preterite

15

(preterite/imperfect)
When I was a girl, I [played] with dolls.

imperfect

16

(preterite/imperfect)
When I was little, I [got] up early.

imperfect

17

(preterite/imperfect)
Oliver [had] brown hair.

imperfect

18

(preterite/imperfect)
My grandparents [were living] in the mountains when my mom was born.

imperfect

19

(preterite/imperfect)
During the Great Depression, people [listened] to FDR on the radio.

imperfect

20

(preterite/imperfect)
Before the 1970s, people [spent] less on energy.

imperfect

21

(preterite/imperfect)
I [wanted] a dog.

imperfect

22

(preterite/imperfect)
Jessica [wrote] the letter.

preterite

23

(preterite/imperfect)
He [was] an engineer.

imperfect

24

(preterite/imperfect]
I [knew] how to do long division.

imperfect

25

(preterite/imperfect)
Jamie [was] happy that her grandparents could come.

preterite

26

(preterite/imperfect)
When we [knew] the answer, we raised our hands.

preterite

27

(preterite/imperfect)
The teacher said we [had] to create a journal for one character from The Scarlet Letter.

imperfect

28

(preterite/imperfect)
Mary [wanted] to be a gymnast, but she never signed up for lessons.

imperfect

29

(preterite/imperfect)
I [was] able to work the floor buffer, but I didn't want to get my clothes dirty.

imperfect

30

(preterite/imperfect)
I knew I [had] to study for a test, but I goofed off.

preterite

31

(preterite/imperfect)
In that instant, Peter [doubted].

preterite

32

I [did]n't [believe] in Santa Claus as a child.

imperfect

33

(preterite/imperfect)
I [was] able to figure out the difficult problem!

preterite

34

(You open it for him.)

(A) Usted le la abre.

or

(B) Usted se la abre.

(B) Usted se la abre.

35

(Tell it to them!)

(A) ¡Dígaselo!

or

(B) ¡Se lo diga!

(A) ¡Dígaselo!

36

(Are you going to bake me a cake?)

(A) ¿Va me usted a cocinar un pastel?

or

(B) ¿Va usted a cocinarme un pastel?

(B) ¿Va usted a cocinarme un pastel?

37

(Will you sing it to me?)

(A) ¿La me canta usted?

or

(B) ¿Me la canta usted?

(B) ¿Me la canta usted?

38

(John should introduce them to us.)

(A) Nos los debe presentar Juan.

or

(B) Juan debe presentárnoslos.

(B) Juan debe presentárnoslos.

39

(correct/incorrect)
Yo reclinó me en el sofá.

incorrect (Yo [me] reclinó [X] en el sofá.)

40

(correct/incorrect)
El cachorro se alejó del perro grande.

correct

41

(correct/imperfect)
Yo me vuelvo la espalda cuando no me gusta la conversación.

incorrect (Yo [X] vuelvo la espalda cuando no me gusta la conversación.)

42

(correct/incorrect)
La clase levanta para recitar el poema.

incorrect (La clase [se] levanta para recitar el poema.)

43

(correct/incorrect)
Los niños acercan se a la nueva maestra.

incorrect (Los niños [se] acercan [X] a la nueva maestra.)

44

(yo) ser (imperfect)

era

45

(tú) ser (imperfect)

eras

46

(usted, él, ella) ser (imperfect)

era

47

(nosotros) ser (imperfect)

éramos

48

(ellos, ellas, ustedes) ser (imperfect)

eran

49

(yo) ver (imperfect)

veía

50

(tú) ver (imperfect)

veías

51

(usted, él, ella) ver (imperfect)

veía

52

(nosotros) ver (imperfect)

veíamos

53

(ellos, ellas, ustedes) ver (imperfect)

veían

54

(yo) practicar (imperfect)

practicaba

55

(tú) practicar (imperfect)

practicabas

56

(usted, él, ella) practicar (imperfect)

practicaba

57

(nosotros) practicar (imperfect)

practicábamos

58

(ellos, ellas, ustedes) practicar (imperfect)

practicaban

59

(yo) decidir (imperfect)

decidía

60

(tú) decidir (imperfect)

decidías

61

(usted, él, ella) decidir (imperfect)

decidía

62

(nosotros) decidir (imperfect)

decidíamos

63

(ellos, ellas, ustedes) decidir (imperfect)

decidían

64

(yo) comer (imperfect)

comía

65

(tú) comer (imperfect)

comías

66

(usted, él, ella) comer (imperfect)

comía

67

(nosotros) comer (imperfect)

comíamos

68

(ellos, ellas, ustedes) comer (imperfect)

comían

69

(yo) ir (imperfect)

iba

70

(tú) ir (imperfect)

ibas

71

(usted, él, ella) ir (imperfect)

iba

72

(nosotros) ir (imperfect)

íbamos

73

(ellos, ellas, ustedes) ir (imperfect)

iban

74

(A) el libro único (unique)

or

(B) el único libro (unique)

(A) el libro único