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1. In Spanish, reflexive verbs are used to indicate that something is being done to a specific person. Which of these is NOT a reflexive pronoun in Spanish?
2. Spanish sentences can quickly be turned into questions. For example, "Tienes un bigote" means "You have a mustache", but this sentence can be turned into a question by saying "Tienes un bigote, ┐verdad?" which means "You have a mustache, right?" What is this formation called?
3. If you were speaking directly to a person older than you or a teacher, which pronoun should you use in addressing that person?
4. One key difference between English and Spanish is that many Spanish words have accent marks in them. What is the main function of accent marks?
5. Which of these verbs is commonly used when describing the weather?
6. Just like in English, the Spanish language has a present progressive form to indicate that something is being done right now. Which of these verbs is used in present progressive formation?
7. Which of these sentences is NOT correctly formed?
8. Another common Spanish word is "lo". What part of speech is "lo" most commonly used as?
9. Several different words can be used in Spanish to indicate direction. Which of these words is NOT a real Spanish word indicating direction?
10. What is the correct past participle form of the verb "satisfacer"?
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