Spanish Vocabulary Quizzes

Build your Spanish vocabulary and practice your verb conjugation with our range of quizzes. Use the samples here to get a flavour of what members can experience, and sign-up to get access to everything.

Nouns, Names, Nombres

The human brain remembers things by categorisation – that’s why we often struggle to recall a particular word out of context, but will recognise it alongside other similar ones. Our vocab worksheets quizzes use this technique to aid memorisation, and Plus account subscribers get the added benefit of a visual quiz experience. Try the examples below to get a flavour.

A2 - Beginners

Test yourself on basic Spanish vocabulary. Can you remember the names for these common items and things? Match the pictures to the correct names.

A2 - Beginners

Studied Spanish before? How much vocabulary can you remember? Match the Spanish names to the appropriate images. These are all commonplace items, but a little more challenging than the real basics.

Verb Conjugation

So you can remember what the verbs mean, but can you remember how to conjugate them in each of the tenses?

Level A2 - Beginners

Pretérito Indefinido

Complex, highly irregular, with so many patterns to learn, it must be one of the toughest, but most important tenses in the language.

Futuro Simple

Much simpler compared to the past tenses, but with some sneaky irregulars to confuse you.

Pretérito Perfecto Compuesto

Two conjugations for the price of one. Maybe you remember haber, but can you remember the participle?

Pretérito Imperfecto

Just three irregular verbs (three!) surely you can score maximum marks on this?

Condicional Simple

Another straightforward one, but can you remember the irregulars and the pattern of the accents?

Level B1 - Lower Intermediate

Pretérito Pluscuamperfecto

Another double trouble, with haber and the particples. Can you remember the pattern and the participle irregulars.

Pretérito Perfecto de Subjuntivo

Two conjugations for the price of one. Maybe you remember haber, but can you remember the participle?

Presente de Subjuntivo

It’s easy, right? Just swap an “a” for an ”e”… but of course it’s not that simple.

Level B2 - Upper Intermediate

Imperfecto de Subjuntivo

Complex, highly irregular, with so many patterns to learn, it must be one of the toughest, but most important tenses in the language.

Pluscuamperfecto de Subjuntivo

Complex, highly irregular, with so many patterns to learn, it must be one of the toughest, but most important tenses in the language.

Level C1 - Advanced

Futuro Perfecto

By now you are at an advanced level so this one won’t tax you, even with the participle.

Condicional Perfecto

Get on top of this one to master the nuance of meaning and really start to express yourself.

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