¡Lo sentimos! You did not pass level C1.
You only answered 0 questions out of 10 correctly. You needed to answer 8 questions correctly in order to pass the test.
Total points scored: 0/ 50
Take a look at the answers:
- Pregunta 1: (EN BLANCO) PASAR LA NOCHE EN BLANCO: this is an idiom that means to spend an entire night without sleeping (voluntarily or involuntarily).
- Pregunta 2: (SE LE) The pronoun SE makes up part of the verb NOTARSE, while the pronoun LE is the 3rd person singular indirect complement, which refers in this sentence to "mi colega".
- Pregunta 3: (QUEDANDO EN LOS HUESOS) This idiom is used to describe someone who has lost so much weight that you can see the outline of their bones. "Quedarse de piedra" is an idiom that is used to describe someone who is so stunned by something that they cannot physically react. The other two options do not exist in Spanish.
- Pregunta 4: (EN) Preposition that responds to the structure "ser el/la único/-a en + Infinitivo".
- Pregunta 5: (HAYA PODIDO) The negative opinion structure "no creo que" requires the subjunctive tense.
- Pregunta 6: (ESTARÍA) Si + Pluscuamperfecto de Subjuntivo, Condicional simple (and not the condicional compuesto or the pretérito pluscuamperfecto de subjuntivo) is used here because the consequence it expresses is related to the present while the condition it introduces with SI does not.
- Pregunta 7: (ACUSADORAS) The adjective is feminine and plural because it describes the feminine and plural noun "miradas". Given the context of the story, this is the only possible noun the adjective could be describing.
- Pregunta 8: (A QUIENES) This is a Pronombre relativo de persona plural functioning as an indirect complement. Cual/es is not used without the presence of the word it refers to. It must also be used with the article.
- Pregunta 9: (COJAS) The conjunction como requires the subjunctive tense when used in the context of a threat (the structure is "Si + Indicativo" in a present and/or future conditional sentence).
- Pregunta 10: (CIENTO VOLANDO) This is from the idiom "Más vale pájaro en mano que ciento volando", which suggests that it's better to have less of something that you're sure about than more of something that you may be less sure about. Although the other options are more or less understandable, even appropriate, they're not part of any Spanish idiom.
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