How Well Do You Know Spanish Verb Tenses?

Test Your Knowledge With This Quiz

Chingo Volcano, El Salvador
Volcán Chingo (Chingo Volcano), El Salvador. Otto Rodriguez/Creative Commons.

1. I sleep well every night.

2. When I was in Paris, I saw the Mona Lisa.

3. We used to eat french fries in the park.

4. When I was young we would eat french fries in the park.

5. If I were you, I would study more.

6. What did you drink?

7. She is walking to her school.

8. The train will leave at 10.

9. We will buy the car.

10. I have seen the light.

11. They had gone to the city.

12. They all will have read the book.

14. I'm happy you were on my team.

How Well Do You Know Spanish Verb Tenses?

You got: % Correct. Perfect!

I got Perfect!. How Well Do You Know Spanish Verb Tenses?
With your knowledge of Spanish, you can become familiar with the works of the masters.. Ferran Pestaña/Creative Commons.

You couldn't do better than that! You know your verb tenses well, even to the point of understanding situations where they don't match the English verb tenses. Congratulations!

How Well Do You Know Spanish Verb Tenses?

You got: % Correct. Excellent!

I got Excellent!. How Well Do You Know Spanish Verb Tenses?
You're right on track to learning your verb tenses.. Eneas De Troya/Creative Commons.

You still have studying to do, but you're well on your way to understanding how Spanish uses verb tenses. Keep up the good work!

How Well Do You Know Spanish Verb Tenses?

You got: % Correct. Keep on Studying!

I got Keep on Studying!. How Well Do You Know Spanish Verb Tenses?
Es importante que estudie. (It is important that she study.). Universidad de Montevideo/Creative Commons.

No doubt about it, it can be a challenge to learn how Spanish uses verb tenses, as they aren't always the same as the ones you're familiar with. Come back after studying more and see how much more you know!