Spanish Stage 1a – Portfolio Tasks (Part 1) Task B – Going on a Cultural Visit In November, 2008, I went on a trip with a very good friend of mine to Barcelona for 4 days and it was one of the most memorable trip I have had in my life. Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia and the second largest city in Spain. We stayed in a hotel near Plaça de les Glóries Catalanes along the Avinguda Meridiana. Throughout the trip, we went to famous tourist attractions like Plaça Sant Jaume, the Barcelona Cathedral
¿Cómo ___________________ tú hoy? 4. ¿Dónde __________ el profesor? 5. ¿De quien _____________ el libro? For the stem-changing verbs (e>ie, o>ue and e>i) go to studyspanish.com. When you type this into Google you will see Learn Spanish. Click on that at it will take you to the site. Next click on Grammar and it will take you where you want to go. On the left side of the page you will see Lesson Topics and then all the grammar points covered. Do as many as you like on the different
taught to you (as opposed to the words you picked up naturally) were the names of the parts of your body. Those words aren't likely the first words you'll need to learn in Spanish, but they're often indispensable. Names of body parts are used much the same in Spanish as in English — but with one significant difference. In Spanish, names of parts of the body are frequently preceded by the definite article (el, la, los or las, meaning "the") instead of possessive adjectives (such as mifor "my" and tu for
Terrance Estelle 12/5/2012 Block 50 Spanish 3 Research Ceasar chavez César E. Chávez was a good man who dedicated his life to helping others. César was born to parents who taught him important ideas about hard work, the importance of education, and respect. As a young boy, César worked on his family’s farm feeding and watering the animals, collecting eggs, and bringing water to the house. César’s parents thought school was important. School was hard for César because the teachers
Realidades Nombre Fecha Hora Vocabulary Flash Cards, Sheet 6 Write the Spanish vocabulary word or phrase below each picture. Be sure to include the article for each noun. _______ ________________ _______ ____________ _______ ____________ _______ ____________ ________________ _______ _______________ © Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. _______ ________________ _______ ________________ ________________ _______ ________________ _______ ________________
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SPANISH 101: BEGINNING SPANISH I PROFESOR CARLOS H. OSSANDÓN VERANO DEL AÑO 2012 WRITING SCHEDULE FOR COMPOSITIONS PROGRAMA DE ESCRITURA DE LAS COMPOSICIONES We must cover SIX lessons in AVENTURAS; for lessons two to six, students will be required to write compositions about the subject matter of each lesson. Since the time is limited, students are required to only write TWO of the five scheduled compositions. You will find detailed requirements for each composition, below.
Wednesday, October 9th. At home, brainstorm ideas for your composition. Prepare an outline (bosquejo) with key words and ideas (not complete sentences (ie: no conjugated verbs) or paragraphs, and a basic structure for your composition, typed and in Spanish (no English), to help you begin writing your composition in class. Ejemplar para el bosquejo: I. Intro: Las Navidades de mi niñez y la navidad de los caballos II. Cuerpo: A. Descripción de las Navidades de mi niñez 1.
to persecute decir (* in yo … werid, digo) to say, tell reír to laugh despedir to dismiss, fire repetir to repeat elegir to elect seguir to follow, continue freír to fry servir to serve gemir to groan, moan sonreír to smile In Spanish, many useful expressions are formed by combining two verbs. When this occurs, the first verb is conjugated, while the second verb remains in the infinitive form. ir, viajar Yo voy a viajar a España. I am going to travel to Spain. acabar, comer
peoples. 23. In the fifteenth century, the building of roads paved with stone was most characteristic of which of the following Amerindian societies? a. Inca b. Maya c. Anasazi d. Mississippian e. Iroquois 24. Prior to the arrival of the Spanish, which of the following indigenous groups controlled the largest territory in the Americas? a. Aztecs b. Maya c. Olmec d. Zuni e. Incas 19. Before the fifteenth century which of the following was found in the Western Hemisphere? a. Tea b