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Quiz Week 1

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1. Complete the sentences with a conjugation of the verb “ser” (to be).

1. ¿De dónde ____ María?
2. Yo _____ de Ecuador.
3. Mi tía ______ profesora.
4. Mariana y Francisco _______ estudiantes.
5. El profesor _______ mexicano.
6. Nosotros __________ brasileños.
7. ¿De dónde ______ ustedes?
8. ¿De dónde ______ (tú)?
9. Karen y Laura _______ cocineras.
10.¿De dónde _____ usted?
¿
¿Como estas?

Alemán

11.¿Cómo te llamas?
12.¿Cómo se llama usted?
13.¿Cuál es tu número de teléfono? (Tú)
14.¿Cuál es su número de teléfono? (Usted)
15.¿Tienes el número de teléfono de María?
Si, su número de teléfono es 910-121-2233

El verbo ser

16.Nosotros __________ españolas.
17.¿De dónde ______ ustedes?
18.¿De dónde ______ vosotros?
19.Ulrich, Matthew y yo _______ estudiantes.
20.¿De dónde _____ tu profesor?

El verbo tener

1. (Yo) __________ un libro de español.
2. Nosotros ______ clase de español a las 11:30 a.m.
3. ¿Tú ______ una pluma?
4. La estudiante argentina no _______ correo electrónico.
5. Mario y Julio ________ móvil de España.

Completa la conversación.

María: ¡Hola! Me llamo María. ¿___________________?

¡Que gusto! . Pero estudio en Manhattan.Guillermo: ¿Qué tal? Me llamo Guillermo.com Guillermo: Va. te mando un correo enseguida. es mariarobles@gmail. ¿______________? María: No. ¿________________________? María: No. vivo en Nueva Jersey. ¿________________? Guillermo: Yo también soy estudiante. no tengo celular todavía. Guillermo: ¿ ______________________? María: Si.

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