Only Hispanic-Americans Can Easily Pass This Basic Spanish Test. Can You?

Se Habla Español ??

Jeff Boatman
Created by Jeff Boatman
On Nov 30, 2016

What does the name of the city of 'Los Angeles' translate to?

What does 'Malo' mean?

How do you say 'Happy Birthday' in Spanish?

What is the Spanish word for Spain?

What is the difference between "Ser" and "Estar"?

How do you say 'Good Afternoon' in Español?

What does 'El domingo' mean?

What does 'Blanco' mean?

What does the verb 'salir' mean?

How would you say 'See you later' in Spanish?

What does 'El hermano' mean?

What does the verb 'Obtener' mean?

Which of these is not a Spanish speaking country?

Which of these words is NOT a cognate?

What does the question '¿Qué hora es?' mean?

How do you say 'talking' in Español?

What does 'Yo no comprendo' mean?

How would you say: 'Open Your Mouth'?

Which linguistic branch does Spanish stem from?

And finally, what is the first conjugation of the verb "morir"?

You passed! Your Spanish is phenomenal!!

You passed! Your Spanish is phenomenal!!

Felicitaciones!! You are truly phenomenal. You passed a test that only Hispanic-Americans did. You have a strong grasp on the Spanish language. You master vocabulary and tense, as well as conversation skills. Clearly you have a natural talent for languages. Adios cariño. Keep up the great work!

Failed!! You've got some 'splainin' to do!

Failed!! You've got some 'splainin' to do!

You failed a test that only Hispanic-Americans passed. The basic words and some vocabulary you get, but conjugations, irregular verbs, and the like are all beyond your level. You may know some colloquialisms from sheer exposure, but chances are you took Latin or French in grade school. Right??