Spanish Numbers: Practice Quiz

Numbers in Spanish are used in many daily life activities! Because of that, the following test is meant to help you practice your numbers. You can also check out my article if you need a refresher on Spanish Numbers.

Here is what you need to do. Look at the amounts on the left and transform them to words!

Easy, isn’t it? Now, don’t forget that some numbers in Spanish agree in number and gender with the noun. So, make sure you pay close attention to each amount because I’ll definitely test your knowledge on Spanish gender as well.

That said, you just have to worry about transforming the number into feminine or masculine as needed. For example, the correct way to write down 1000 sillas would be mil sillas. 

¡Buena suerte!

You can attempt to answer each question 3 times

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27,382
500,000
24
79
15,800
1,377
5,221
4,942
39
479
16
69,218,316
1,520,340
20,000
3,997
510
350
4,283,835,219
320,898
3,481,327
27,382
500,000
24
79
15,800
1,377
5,221
4,942
39
479
16
69,218,316
1,520,340
20,000
3,997
510
350
4,283,835,219
320,898
3,481,327

Past Participle Spanish Quiz

Test your knowledge of regular and irregular Spanish Past Participles with this quiz.

Based on the context, fill in the blanks with the correct past participle verb. Pasados participios are important words that can be used to conjugate compound tenses, but also as adjectives to describe people and objects.   

Since these words are important, in this 10 question quiz, you’ll get to practice both regular and irregular past participles. Each of these questions will have the verb in parentheses that you need to conjugate in past participle form.  If you’re still struggling with this topic, I encourage you to check our guide on Past Participles in Spanish before taking this test.

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¿Sabes si la tienda está (abrir)?

Do you know if the store is open?

As adjectives, past participles in Spanish are used to describe something or someone’s characteristics. However, in this case, the past participle needs to agree with the noun in gender and number. 'Abierta' is an irregular past participle and it describes a singular feminine noun (tienda).

Mis amigos y yo hemos (oír) que la maestra no va a venir.

My friends and I have heard that the teacher is not coming.

When combined with the verb ‘haber’, past participles are used to build Spanish compound tenses. -IR regular participles are built by adding ‘-ido’ to the stem. However, if like in this case, the stem ends with a vowel, you need to add an accent mark to -ído.

No me he (poner) los aretes que me regalaste.

I haven’t worn the earrings that you gave me.

When combined with ‘haber’, past participles are used to conjugate compound tenses. Since in this case they’re not adjectives, los pasados participios don’t need to agree in gender and number with the noun. Puesto is the irregular past participle of ‘poner’.

No he hecho el proyecto porque las computadoras están (descomponer)

I haven’t done the project because the computers are broken.

If used to describe things or people, the past participle will have plural or feminine form depending on the noun it’s referring to. Descompuestas describes plural feminine objects (computadoras). Notice that ‘descomponer' is formed with the suffix ‘poner’, so this verb will have the same irregularities as ‘poner’.

Chicos, ¿ya han (probar) las galletas de Lola? ¡Están deliciosas!

Guys, have you tried Lola’s cookies? They’re delicious!

The past participle for regular -AR verbs is formed by adding ‘-ado’  to the verb stem. In this case, probado is used to build compound tenses.

Mis hermanos y yo no hemos (tener) mascotas.

My brothers and I haven’t had pets.

To form past participles for regular -ER verbs, you need to add - ‘ido’ to the verb stem. As a result, 'tenido' is the past participle form of ‘tener’.

La verdad la fiesta estuvo muy (aburrir).

To be honest, the party was very boring.

In this case, the past participle is working as an adjective since it’s describing how the party was. La fiesta is a feminine singular noun, as a result, 'aburrida' is the correct past participle for this case.

Caroline y Peter siguen (enojar) conmigo.

Caroline and Peter are still upset with me.

In this example, the past participle is providing information about Caroline and Peter’s feelings. Since it’s working as an adjective, we need to make sure that it agrees in number and gender with the noun. “Caroline and Peter” is a plural, mixed group, so in this case, enojados is the corresponding past participle.

Fernanda no ha (leer)  este libro.

Fernanda has not read that book.

Regular -ER participles are built by adding ‘-ido’ to the stem. But since in this case our stem (‘le’) ends with a vowel, we need to add an accent mark to the participle ending. As a result, leído is the past participle form of ‘leer’.

Jossie y Laura estarán muy (ocupar) la semana que viene.

Jossie and Laura will be very busy next week.

‘Ocupar’ has a regular past participle. This means that you only need to remove the -AR ending and add the corresponding ending. Keep in mind that, in this case, the past participle is acting as an adjective (busy), but this is synonymous with ‘occupied’. So, since we’re talking about a group of women, we need to use ocupadas.

Quiz Results

Question Answer Given Correct Answer
¿Sabes si la tienda está _____ (abrir)?
Mis amigos y yo hemos __ (oír) que la maestra no va a venir.
No me he ___ (poner) los aretes que me regalaste.
No he hecho el proyecto porque las computadoras están ______ (descomponer)
Chicos, ¿ya han ____ (probar) las galletas de Lola? ¡Están deliciosas!
Mis hermanos y yo no hemos _____ (tener) mascotas.
La verdad la fiesta estuvo muy ____ (aburrir).
Caroline y Peter siguen _____ (enojar) conmigo.
Fernanda no ha _____ (leer)  este libro.
Jossie y Laura estarán muy ______ (ocupar) la semana que viene.

Practice Present Perfect in Spanish

Based on the context, fill in the blanks with the correct present tense conjugation. Remember that to create this tense, you need to follow the structure haber + participle. So, make sure you identify the subject of the sentence so you can conjugate your sentences properly.  If you’re still struggling with this tense, I encourage you to learn more about Spanish present perfect tense.

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Yo ya (ver) esta película tres veces.

I have already seen this movie three times.

Spanish present perfect helps you express how many times you have done something. He is the conjugation of ‘haber’ for the first person singular (yo). Visto is the irregular past participle of ‘ver’.

Claudia, Laura y Polly (mudarse) a España.

Claudia, Laura and Polly have moved to Spain.

To conjugate reflexive verbs, such as ‘mudarse’ to the present perfect tense, you always need to place the reflexive pronoun before ‘haber’. In this case, we’re talking about a group of people, so ‘haber’ will be conjugated to the third person plural (han).

Sue, ¿no le (decir) nada a Rosy?

Sue, haven’t you said anything to Rosy?

Spanish present perfect is used to talk about past actions that have not ended. At this moment, Sue hasn’t said anything to Rosy, but she still has the opportunity to do so. Has is the conjugation for ‘tú’ and ‘dicho’ is the past participle form of ‘decir’.

Hanna (vivir) aquí desde hace dos años.

Hanna has lived here for two years.

Presente perfecto is used to talk about actions that started at some point in the past and that still continue in the present. By using present perfect in our example, we’re implying that Hanna started living in that place at some point in the past and still lives there. Ha is the conjugation for the third person singular and vivido is the past participle for ‘vivir’.

Yo nunca (estar) en París, ¿tú sí?

I have never been to Paris, have you?

Spanish present perfect is used to talk about someone’s life experiences. In this context, it can work with time markers such as nunca, ya and todavía. ‘Estado’ is the past participle form of ‘estar’ and he is the corresponding conjugation for yo.

Jossie todavía no (desayunar).

Jossie hasn’t had breakfast yet

Todavía is a time marker that triggers the Spanish present perfect tense. This is because ‘todavía’ implies that an action is still relevant to the present or that it isn’t over yet. Our example expresses that, for some reason, Jossie hasn’t had breakfast, but she will at some point.

Nancy, ¿por qué no (cambiarse)? Se nos va a hacer tarde

Nancy, why haven't you changed? We’re going to be late

Present perfect in Spanish is built with haber + past participle. When using a reflexive verb, you need to place the reflexive pronoun before ‘haber’. Make sure to choose the correct pronoun for the subject of the sentence. Since we’re addressing Nancy (tú), we need to use the reflexive pronoun te.

Oigan, chicos, ¿ (hablar) con Alice?

Hey, guys, have you talked to Alice?

To create the Spanish present perfect, you need to use the formula haber + past participle. Since in this example the subject is a group of people, we need to use the third person plural conjugation han. ‘Hablado’ is the past participle form of ‘hablar’. 

Molly no (abrir) sus regalos.

Molly hasn’t opened her present yet

When using Spanish present perfect, we’re implying that an action has not ended yet. By using this tense, we’re expressing that the action is not completed because Molly hasn’t opened her presents. Abierto is the irregular participle form of ‘abrir’.

Chicos, ¿qué es lo más loco que (hacer)?

Guys, what’s the craziest thing that you have ever done?

We use ‘presente perfecto’ to talk or ask about a person’s past experiences. In this case, we use this tense because the action of creating new experiences is not over yet. Han is the conjugation of ‘haber’ for the third person plural and hecho is the irregular past participle form of ‘hacer’.

Quiz Results

Question Answer Given Correct Answer
Yo ya _____ (ver) esta película tres veces.
Claudia, Laura y Polly _______ (mudarse) a España.
Sue, ¿no le _____ (decir) nada a Rosy?
Hanna ____ (vivir) aquí desde hace dos años.
Yo nunca _____ (estar) en París, ¿tú sí?
Jossie todavía no _________ (desayunar).
Nancy, ¿por qué no _______ (cambiarse)? Se nos va a hacer tarde
Oigan, chicos, ¿_______ (hablar) con Alice?
Molly no _____ (abrir) sus regalos.
Chicos, ¿qué es lo más loco que _____ (hacer)?

Spanish Gerund Practice

Given the sentence, fill in the blanks with the correct gerund. This 10-question Spanish quiz is meant to help you practice gerunds. If you’re still not sure of how to form gerunds, check this guide before taking your quiz.

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Susana y yo estamos (ver) la tele.

Susana and I have been watching TV

Ver is a verb with spelling changes. This is reflected in its gerund form viendo. Notice that the fact that the subject is plural (Susana and I) doesn’t affect the conjugation of ‘ver’.

 Estoy muy cansada, seguiré (leer) mañana

I’m very tired, I’ll keep reading tomorrow.

Seguir + gerund is used to talk about actions that are still being performed or will keep happening. -yendo is the gerund ending for verbs that have a vowel before their ending (just like ‘leer’).

Mis hermanos están (dormir)

My brothers are sleeping

By using ‘estar’ + gerund we express that the action of by brothers sleeping is happening right now. Notice that ‘dormir’ is a verb with spelling changes that are reflected in its gerund form. 

Yo llevo (vivir) aquí tres meses

I have been living here for 3 months

-iendo is the gerund ending for -IR verbs. As a result, ‘viviendo’ is the gerund of ‘vivir’. Notice that the structure llevar + gerund is used to explain how long an action has been performed.

Saúl está (bañarse)

Saul is taking a shower

When working with reflexive verbs such as bañarse, the reflexive pronoun can be attached to the gerund bañándose. Notice that the reflexive pronoun needs to match the subject of the action. In this case, ‘se’ is the reflexive pronoun for the third person singular (Saúl).

No sigas (cocinar), ven a descansar

Don’t keep cooking, come take a break

-ando is the gerund ending for -AR verbs. So, cocinando is the gerund form of ‘cocinar’. Unlike other conjugations, gerunds don’t need to match the gender and number of the subject.

¡Córrele! Mi papá se está (irse)

Hurry! My dad is leaving

Yendo is the irregular gerund of ‘ir’. Since we’re working with the reflexive verb ‘irse’, we can place the pronoun before the conjugated verb (estar). When working with pronouns and gerunds, the pronoun can be attached to the gerund or before the conjugated verb just like we did in this case.

¿Qué estabas (decir) ayer?

What were you saying yesterday?

 -iendo is the gerund ending for -IR verbs. Since decir has spelling changes (‘e’ changes to ‘i’, the gerund will be diciendo. Notice that, despite the subject being plural, diciendo remains the same.

Marianne está (estudiar) español los sábados

Marianne is studying Spanish on Saturdays

We use gerunds to talk about continuous or progressive actions. In this case, the action of Marianne studying Spanish is still occurring. -ando is the gerund ending for -AR verbs.

Phil y Lorena han estado (preguntar) por ti

Phil and Lorena have been asking for you

When working with gerunds, you can conjugate ‘estar’ to any tense that you need. Preguntando is the gerund for ‘preguntar’.

Quiz Results

Question Answer Given Correct Answer
Susana y yo estamos _____(ver) la tele.
 Estoy muy cansada, seguiré ____ (leer) mañana
Mis hermanos están _____ (dormir)
Yo llevo _____ (vivir) aquí tres meses
Saúl está _____ (bañarse)
No sigas _____ (cocinar), ven a descansar
¡Córrele! Mi papá se está _____ (irse)
¿Qué estabas ______ (decir) ayer?
Marianne está ____ (estudiar) español los sábados
Phil y Lorena han estado ______ (preguntar) por ti

Tener Quiz – Conjugation Practice

Given that this is one of the most common Spanish verbs, in this quiz, you’ll find exercises to practice the conjugation of ‘tener’. Read the sentences below and fill in the blanks with the correct conjugation of ‘tener’ in Spanish.  Make sure you read the sentence and the tips provided. To make the most of this tener quiz, I recommend you to first study the different ‘tener’ conjugation charts.

Related Resources
Difference between ‘haber’ and ‘tener’ in Spanish
‘Tener’ in Spanish: Conjugations & Meanings
When to Use the Imperfect Tense
When to Use the Spanish Preterite

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Samantha, ¿cuántos años Lucía?

Samantha, how old is Lucia?

Even though it’s translated as ‘to be’, in Spanish, we use the verb tener to talk about a person’s age. In the previous example, we’re asking about Lucia’s age, as a result, we need to conjugate the verb ‘tener’ in the third person singular: tiene.

Tyler dos perros negros

Tyler has two black dogs

Tener is also used to talk about possessions and belongings. As a result, we use ‘tiene’ to express that Tyler has two dogs. In this case, ‘tener’ is translated as ‘to have’.

¿Podemos comer más tarde? (Yo) no hambre ahorita

Can we eat later? I’m not hungry right now

The verb ‘tener’ is also used to talk about feelings and some physical conditions such as hunger and fear. The literal translation in English would be ‘I have hunger’ (to have) instead of ‘I am hungry’ (to be). Notice that in this case, ‘tener’ is translated as ‘to be’ and tengo is the correct conjugation for ‘yo’.

(Tú) no idea de qué estoy hablando, ¿verdad?

You have no idea what I’m talking about, do you?

As the direct translation of ‘to have’, tener is used to build many expressions and idioms. In this case, tener una idea expresses that a person possesses or conceives an idea. Notice that tiene is the proper conjugation for ‘tú’.

Hace dos años, Jonathan (imperfect) un coche rojo

Two years ago, Jonathan had a red car

Since it expresses possession, we conjugate ‘tener’ in the imperfect tense to talk about Jonathan’s past belongings. Remember that the imperfect tense allows you to describe contexts or situations in the past. Tenía is the conjugation of the third person singular (Jonathan) in the imperfect tense.

Mi mamá y yo que preparar la cena

My mom and I have to prepare dinner

Just like ‘to have’ in English, in Spanish, we use ‘tener’ to talk about duties and obligations. Since my mom and I (we) are plural, we use the form tenemos. Notice that we indicate our duties with a second verb (to prepare dinner). 

Ayer, Ashley que irse temprano porque no se sentía bien

Yesterday, Ashley had to go early because she didn’t not feel well

In Spanish, tener que describes a person’s obligations. As a result, in this context, ‘tener que’ means ‘to have to’. Notice that in the previous example we’re talking about Ashley in a very specific moment in the past, therefore, you need to conjugate ‘tener’ in the preterite tense.

Hoy no he un buen día

Today, I have not had a good day

Tenido is the past participle form of ‘tener’. As a result, we use it to build compound tenses (present perfect and past perfect subjunctive. Notice that tenido remains the same no matter what subject you’re conjugating and it can be translated as ‘had’.

Ivan, ¿(preterite) tiempo de leer el reporte que te mandé?

Ivan, did you have time to read the report that I sent you?

Since ‘tener’ is the translation of ‘to have’, in Spanish, we use it to talk about possessions. Although time is not something that we touch, it’s still a possession. In this example, we’re referring to Ivan's concrete past action, as a result, we use the preterite conjugation tuvo.

Mañana, (yo) que llegar más temprano a la oficina

Tomorrow, I’ll have to arrive earlier to the office

This example talks about the future obligations and duties that I need to do. As a result, you need to conjugate the verb ‘tener’ in the future tense. Tendré is the corresponding conjugation for ‘yo’.

Clara, ¡(imperative tú) no  miedo, no pasa nada!

Clara, don’t be afraid, it’s okay

In Spanish, ‘tener’ is used to talk about someone’s feelings or physical states (hunger, fear, sleepiness, cold, etc). Notice that in this example we’re ordering or suggesting Clara to not be afraid. Therefore, you need to use the negative imperative no tengas.

Yo dos años cuando nos mudamos a esta casa

I was two years old when we moved to this house

‘Tener’ is used to express people’s age. In this context, we always conjugate ‘tener’ in the imperfect tense since age is just background information. Tenía is the conjugation for the first person singular (yo).

Ojalá que el restaurante la comida que te gusta

I hope the restaurant has the food that you like

‘Ojalá que’ requires you to use the Spanish subjunctive since it expresses wishes and hopes. In this example we’re talking about what we wish the restaurant (singular) to have, as a result, you need to use the third person singular present subjunctive conjugation: tenga.

El año que viene, Alicia que comprar otro coche

Next year, Alicia will have to buy another car

‘Tener que’ expresses obligation and duties. Notice that the expression ‘el año que viene’ (next year) indicates that you need to conjugate the verb in the future tense. Since Alicia is a third person singular, tendrá is the correct answer for this sentence.

Mi hermana le   miedo a las arañas

My sister is afraid of spiders

Although it’s translated as ‘to be’, in Spanish, we use tener to talk about feelings such as fear, sleepiness and hunger. I use tiene to express that ‘my sister has a fear of spiders’.

Quiz Results

Question Answer Given Correct Answer
Samantha, ¿cuántos años ____ Lucía?
Tyler ____ dos perros negros
¿Podemos comer más tarde? (Yo) no ____ hambre ahorita
(Tú) no ____ idea de qué estoy hablando, ¿verdad?
Hace dos años, Jonathan (imperfect) _____ un coche rojo
Mi mamá y yo _____ que preparar la cena
Ayer, Ashley _____ que irse temprano porque no se sentía bien
Hoy no he _____ un buen día
Ivan, ¿(preterite)______ tiempo de leer el reporte que te mandé?
Mañana, (yo) ______ que llegar más temprano a la oficina
Clara, ¡(imperative tú) no  ____ miedo, no pasa nada!
Yo ____ dos años cuando nos mudamos a esta casa
Ojalá que el restaurante _____ la comida que te gusta
El año que viene, Alicia ____ que comprar otro coche
Mi hermana le ____  miedo a las arañas

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Practice Spanish Saber vs Conocer Quiz

Given the sentence, fill in the blanks with the correct verb saber or conocer. Make sure to conjugate the right verb based on the context provided. This 10 question Spanish quiz is meant to help you practice the difference between saber and conocer.  In Spanish, saber and conocer are easily confused because they both mean ‘to know’. However, each verb needs to be used in different situations. In this resource, you can learn or review the difference between ‘saber’ and ‘conocer’ in Spanish.

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¿(Tú) a la hermana de Miguel?

Do you know Miguel’s sister?

In Spanish, when talking about meeting or being acquainted with someone, we use the verb conocer. In this example, conoces is the conjugation of ‘tú’.

¿(Ustedes) cómo llegar a la casa de Leah?

Do you guys know how to get to Leah’s house

Saber is used to express that a person has some knowledge about a certain topic or situation. In this case, the directions to Leah’s house. Saben is the correct conjugation for ustedes.

Nosotros un poco de español

We know a lit bit of Spanish

In Spanish, sabemos can be used to explain the degree of knowledge that a person has on certain subjects such as languages. You can measure this knowledge with intensifiers such as mucho, poco, nada.

Yo no  México

I don’t know Mexico

Conocer is used to talk about the places or people that you know or have visited. Since in this example we’re referring to Mexico, you need to use the verb conocer. Notice that in the first person singular, conocer has some conjugation irregularities. 

Laura no hacer galletas

Laura doesn’t know how to make cookies

In Spanish, saber is also used to express people’s abilities or capabilities to do something. In this case, making cookies. Sabe is the present conjugation for Él and Ella.

¿Tú de quién es este paquete?

Do you know whose package this is?

When asking if people know or are aware of certain information (the owner of the package), we use the verb saber. Sabes is the present tense conjugation for tú. 

Paola, ¿ya a mi novio?

Paola, have you already met my boyfriend?

When referring to places or people we know, you need to use the verb conocer. Conociste is the preterite conjugation for tú.

Y, ¿ustedes cuándo se ?

When did you guys meet?

 In Spanish, conocer is translated as ‘to meet’. As a result, it’s used to talk about knowing or meeting a person for the first time. Conocieron is the past tense conjugation for ‘ustedes’.

Charlie, ¿(imperfecto) que hoy teníamos examen de español?

Charlie, did you know that we have a Spanish quiz today?

Saber can be also used to ask if people are aware or know certain information. In this example, we want to know if Charlie knew about the Spanish quiz. We use imperfect tense because it’s not clear if the quiz already took place. 

¿(Tú) quién es Brad Pitt?

Do you know who Brad Pitt is?

When talking about knowing celebrities, we use the verb saber since ‘conocer’ expresses that you actually have met this person. If you actually met Brad Pitt, you can use conocer.

Elizabeth cocinar muy bien

Elizabeth can cook very well

In addition to expressing knowledge, saber is also used to talk about people’s abilities or capabilities to do something. As a result, when expressing that Elizabeth is able to cook very well, we use the verb saber.

Quiz Results

Question Answer Given Correct Answer
¿(Tú) ______ a la hermana de Miguel?
¿(Ustedes) _______ cómo llegar a la casa de Leah?
Nosotros ______ un poco de español
Yo no  ______ México
Laura no ____ hacer galletas
¿Tú _____ de quién es este paquete?
Paola, ¿ya ______ a mi novio?
Y, ¿ustedes cuándo se ______?
Charlie, ¿(imperfecto) _____ que hoy teníamos examen de español?
¿(Tú) _____ quién es Brad Pitt?
Elizabeth _____ cocinar muy bien