¡Lo sentimos! You did not pass level B2.
You only 0 ranswered questions out of 10 correctly. You needed to answer 8 questions correctly in order to pass the test.
Take a look at the answers:
- Question 1: (SE PUSO A) Forms part of the structure "Ponerse a + infinitivo" and implies the beginning of a more or less unexpected action. It would also be correct here to use "EMPEZAR" with the preposition A.
- Question 2: (HUBIERA) This is a hypothesis that is about the past: Si + pretérito pluscuamperfecto de subjuntivo + condicional compuesto or pretérito pluscuamperfecto de subjuntivo.
- Question 3: (QUEDEN) The tense structure "HASTA QUE" requires the subjunctive when it refers to the future. Here it's made even clearer by the presence of the imperative, which always implies a time in the more or less immediate future.
- Question 4: (RECOGIERA) When offering advice, if you'd like to avoid the imperative form which may sound a little aggressive, you can use the presente + subjuntivo presente structure (ex. es bueno que alguien recoja su correo). If you want to be even more courteous, the structure formed by the condicional + imperfecto de subjuntivo sounds even more polite.
- Question 5: (RIEGUEN) Para + Infinitivo; Para que + Subjuntivo is a structure that expresses purpose. When the purpose being expressed is generic or it refers to the future, use the presente de subjuntivo. If the purpose refers to the past, use the imperfecto de subjuntivo (ex. Habló con su vecino para que le regase las plantas).
- Question 6: (HUBIERA) Como si + imperfecto de subjuntivo is used with metaphors. As metaphores are not real and outside of time, the presente de subjuntivo, which usually appears in present and/or future tense contexts, is not used here.
- Question 7: (NO DEJE) DEJAR meaning to loan something, or temporarily give something to someone; advice is given in this sentence with the imperativo negativo in the usted form.
- Question 8: (ESTÉ) The presente de subjuntivo (used in the usted form here) is required in this sentence because the conjunción temporal "mientras" is indicating a time in the future and because of the presence of a third person possessive element "sus vacaciones", which excludes the second person (which would be "tus vacaciones")… Also, the expression is ESTAR + gerundio, a structure that cannot be used with SER.
- Question 9: (CON) Preposition that makes up part of a structure of obligation, HAY QUE HACER ALGO CON… implies the necessity of taking measures to solve a conflict.
- Question 10: (VIENEN OCURRIENDO) The periphrastic structure "VENIR + GERUNDIO" refers to an action that is repeated or continues from the past up to the present.
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