How Well Do You Know Spanish Prepositions?

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1. Which is a good way of saying "The train crashed into the car"?

3. Which would be a good way to translate "I eat to live"?

4. Which is the best translation for "Viajaron hasta Caracas."

5. What is a good translation for the sentence "Voy contigo"?

6. Which is the best translation for "Corrió hacia la escuela?

7. Which of the following is a good way of translating "We arrived at the airport"?

8. Fill in the blank to say, "I prefer to travel by airplane." Prefiero viajar _____ avión.

9. The opposite of "con" is:

10. Which would be a good way to translate "the glass house"?

11. Fill in the blank to say, "I voted for Jackson" (meaning to support him or her at the polls): Voté ____ Jackson.

12. Which of the following is a synonym for "a menudo"?

13. What is a good translation for "I know your friend, but I don't know your city."

14. Which of the following is best translation for "La actriz tiene esos labios desde bebé"?

15. Which would be a good translation for "Según él, no es necesario"?

17. One way of saying "The gift is for you" is:

18. Which is a good way to say, "I am thinking about you"?

19. Which is the most common way to say "between you and me"?

20. In Spanish, a preposition comes before which part of speech?

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