Short Spanish Lesson #2 quiz. by Andrew | Jul 3, 2020 | 0 comments Welcome to your Short Spanish Lesson #2 quiz. 1. When they say, "el ministro socialista se reafirma en esta rectificación", the phrase, "se reafirma en" means that the socialist minister was what? Confirmed to have been correct, proven correct. Reaffirmed for his current post, that is it was decided that he could keep his job. Confirmed for his position by the Senate after having been confirmed by the lower house of representative. 2. "Por otra parte" means what? According to the other party (meaning person) For the other party (person) On the other hand, however By the party, as in, "I went by the party to pick up my friend". 3. "Rectificación", as it's used here, means . 4. "Apostar" literally means "to ". 5. "Apostar por", as it's used here when they say, "el ministro socialista se reafirma en esta rectificación del PSOE y apuesta por la derogación parcial de los aspectos...", means what? To be posted to a position by someone else. To drive a post into the ground. To place or put an item somewhere. To bet on, to count on, something happening 6. "Derogación", as used here, means... Repeal. Derogatory manner of referring to someone. Referendum. Outlawing of begging and panhandling. 7. What does, "lesivo/lesiva" mean? Light, of little effect. Lesbian. Harmful or injurious. Leased, as in a home or car that is leased. 8. Last one's a tough one: how do you say "the labor reform" in Spanish? Time is Up! Time's up ← Previous Post Short Spanish Lesson #3 quiz. Next Post → "The National Gallery Reopens" quiz.