1. what is the correct way to respond to the following question?
“¿haces mucho ejercicio? ” (1 point) sí, haces mucho ejercicio. sí, hago mucho ejercicio. sí, hacemos mucho ejercicio. sí, hacen mucho ejercicio. 2. how would you say “i prefer ice cream” in spanish? (1 point)
yo prefiero el helado. tú prefieres los batidos. yo hago el preparado. tú prefieres los pasteles. 3. which of the following would most likely be included in un batido? (1 point)
el bistec la cebolla el pescado las uvas 4. which of the following is true about los batidos? (1 point)
they are unpopular in los estados unidos. they can only be made with milk. they can be bought on most streets in the spanishspeaking world.
they change name according to region. 5. how long is a typical marathon? (1 point) 10 km 21 km 42 km 84km
The correct answers for the questions are:
1. “¿Haces mucho ejercicio?”
- Sí, hago mucho ejercicio.
2. How would you say “I prefer ice cream” in Spanish?
- Yo prefiero el helado.
3. Which of the following would most likely be included in un batido?
- Las uvas.
4. Which of the following is true about los batidos?
- They can only be made with milk.
5. How long is a typical marathon?
- 42 Km.
The correct form of conjugate the verbs "hacer" and "preferir" for the Present Simple and the Personal Pronoun "yo" are respectively "hago" and "prefiero".
The questions 3 and 4 are about "batidos", a milk drink with fruits.
Question 5 is about the marathon, a race with a distance of 42.195 meters.
1 is B, Si, hago mucho ejercicio.
2 is A, Yo prefiero el helado.
3 is D, Las uvas.
4 is D, They change name according to region.
5 is C, 42km.
¿Donde esta tu mama? - where is your mother
¿Estas contenta? - Are you happy?
¿Estan enfermos? - Are they sick?
¿Donde esta mi telefono? - Where is my phone?
Most likely hamburger, as hamburgers are not traditional Spanish foods. Also, tortillas originated from Mexico and pinatas from Spain (most likely), and sauce is such a generic type of thick liquid that every country has, so that it could have no way originated just from the Spanish language.
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