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Pooh Essay

1715 words - 7 pages

3A Review Test
True/False: Indicate whether the statement is true or false.

____ 1. Si te encanta la fruta, te gusta la ensalada de frutas.

____ 2. Europeans brought foods such as potatoes and pineapples to the Americas.

____ 3. In Spanish-speaking countries people eat almost exactly the same things for breakfast as people in the US.

____ 4. Many of the foods we commonly eat today, such as tomatoes and corn, were unknown in Europe until the Spanish came to America.

____ 5. Comemos muchos perritos calientes y pizza en el desayuno.

____ 6. En Latinoamérica comen pan y beben café o té en el desayuno.

____ 7. Las papas fritas son una fruta.

____ 8. Los ...view middle of the document...

Y tú, ¿qué _____?
a. | como | c. | come |
b. | comes | d. | comen |

____ 19. ¿Cuál no usas en una ensalada de frutas?
a. | fresas | c. | plátanos |
b. | manzanas | d. | galletas |

____ 20. —¿Qué bebes en el desayuno?
—_____ café.
a. | Beben | c. | Bebo |
b. | Bebes | d. | Bebe |

____ 21. Me gustan _____.
a. | comer huevos | c. | el agua |
b. | el desayuno | d. | las naranjas |

____ 22. —_____ como jamón. ¡Qué asco!
—Yo tampoco.
a. | Siempre | c. | Me gusta |
b. | Nunca | d. | Todos los días |

____ 23. --¿Te gusta el yogur de fresas?
--Sí, _____.
a. | te gusta | c. | me encantan |
b. | te gustan | d. | me encanta |

____ 24. ¿Cuál no comemos en el desayuno?
a. | cereal | c. | pan tostado |
b. | jamón | d. | ensalada |

____ 25. ¿Con quién _____ tú el almuerzo?
a. | comparto | c. | compartimos |
b. | compartes | d. | comparte |

____ 26. Nosotros siempre _____ la comida.
a. | comparten | c. | compartimos |
b. | comparto | d. | comparte |

____ 27. Para la ensalada de frutas necesito _____.
a. | fresas, naranjas y plátanos |
b. | jamón y tocino |
c. | salchichas, naranjas y manzanas |
d. | queso, plátanos y tocino |

____ 28. Me encantan las fresas. Como fresas _____ en el verano.
a. | todos los días | c. | nunca |
b. | por supuesto | d. | más o menos |

____ 29. _____ las salchichas. Como salchichas todos los días.
a. | Me gusta mucho | c. | No me gustan nada |
b. | Me encantan | d. | Me encanta |

Matching: Match each item to the statement or sentence listed below.
a. | Nunca | c. | Más o menos |
b. | Por supuesto | d. | Todos los días |

____ 30. Me encantan las verduras. _____ como verduras.

____ 31. No me gusta nada el cereal. _____ como cereal en el desayuno.

____ 32. ¿Quieres compartir una pizza? ¡_____!

____ 33. ¿Te gusta la fruta? _____. No como mucha fruta.

Short Answer

34. ¿Cuál te gusta más, el desayuno o el almuerzo?

35. ¿Cuál es tu sándwich favorito?

36. ¿Cuáles NO son frutas: los plátanos, las naranjas, los yogures, las galletas?

37. ¿Con quién comparten tú y tus amigos el almuerzo?

38. ¿Cuál es tu almuerzo favorito?

39. ¿Qué comes y bebes en el desayuno?

40. ¿Qué comida te encanta? y ¿qué comida no te gusta nada?

41. ¿Qué te gusta beber con tu almuerzo favorito?

42. Cuando tienes mucha comida, ¿con quién compartes tu almuerzo?
¿Qué compartes?

43. ¿Cuáles comemos en el desayuno y cuáles en el almuerzo?
huevos y tocino
papas fritas y hamburguesas
perritos calientes
pan tostado
pizza
sopa

Essay

44. Write a conversation between you and a friend. One of you is very health conscious and follows a good diet. The other one doesn't always eat enough of the right foods.

3A Review Test
Answer Section

TRUE/FALSE

1. ANS: T PTS: 1 DIF: All Students REF: Vocabulary
OBJ: Talk about likes and dislikes TOP:...

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