Proyecto Final de Español

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Published on August 8, 2014

Author: christiancail



Proyecto Final de Español: Proyecto Final de Español Christian Cail Things I can now express : Things I can now express I’ve learned many things in Spanish 2 which, hitherto the inception of the class, I was ignorant of. Using the past tense in the preterite and imperfect form. New types of irregulars and conjugated verbs. I’ve learned so many new words, phrases, verbs, and adjectives. I’ve learned many new words about many kinds of everyday events. I’ve learned about progressive and past progressive. I’ve learned about the two different types of “to know” verbs, being conocer and saber. I’ve learned about Indirect and Direct objects and how to use their pronouns correctly. Essay : Essay Yo sabía muchas cosas en España y lo recuerdo bien. Cada día, yo me despertaba y comía desayuno con mi familia. Mi madre era muy amable y cocinaba muy bien. Yo me encantaba la escuela. Yo tenía muchas amingos y apredía muchas utíl cosas. Yo levantaba peso a menudo y era siempre ocupado. Yo quería ser activo. Mi familia hablaban Español y un poco inglés. Una vez yo oí mi madre habló francés con una mujer de Francia. El padre de mi madre era de Francia y su madre era de Español. Mientras en la escuela yo conocía un chico japonés. Yo te conocí a la fiesta. Nosotros vivimos en un apartmento en Madrid. Lo era un poco pequeño pero tenía dos baños así que era bueno. Mi familia econtraron sus apartmento en los avios clasificados y ellos lo rentan. El apartmento era cerca a la ciudad y nosotros íbamos en la ciudad a menudo. Essay Part 2: Essay Part 2 Cuándo nosotros íbamos en la ciudad, a menudo comíamos y comprábamos. Lo era siempre muy divertido. Había muchas resaurantes en Madrid y íbamos a todos. Teníamos comida de chino, italiano, y tradicional de España. Yo quiero a comer saludable. Así que quiero a comer ensaladas, frutas, y verduras a menudo. Yo comía muchas lechuga y espinaca, pero mi favorito es una ensalada con pollo a la de parilla y las fresas. Qué delicioso. Cuándo nosotros íbamos a la tiendas a comprar cosas, a menudo yo compraba ropa. Una vez, you compré cuatro camisas en una día. En Madrid hay muchas tiendas que venden muchas tipos de recuerdos y artesanías. Hay muy bonita y yo compraba muchos. Compré un anillo y lo rompió por que compré para mi novia. Mi madre tenía el pelo largo. Su cabello tenía muy bonita. La bocade mi padre fue quemó cuándo él era un niño. La causa del incendio fue un grill de roto. PowerPoint Presentation: Mi familia gustan David Lee Roth Differences in Spanish and English: Differences in Spanish and English One difference I’ve noticed is that in English verbs aren’t conjugated in the same way they are in Spanish. For instance all of the present tense words for run are run. (I run, you run, we run) whereas in Spanish one has Yo corro, Tú corres, nosotros corremos. For every person or group of people there is a different way to conjugate the verb. And to make it more difficult there are irregular verbs as well. Continued differences: Continued differences In Spanish all nouns have either a male or female role whereas in English all nouns are without gender. El and La in English are always just “The”. Also in Spanish when a noun becomes plural the El becomes Los and La becomes las, but in English it remains the. El gato = The cat / Los gatos = The cats Continued Differences : Continued Differences In English to replace a noun with it, all one must do is replace the noun with it and keep the same grammatical structure. In Spanish it becomes either lo or la and is placed behind the conjugated verb. I have the cat = I have it Yo tengo el gato = Lo tengo It literally reads “it, I have”. Exciting Parts of Spanish Culture : Exciting Parts of Spanish Culture I play classical guitar and often in classical guitar the topic of flamenco music comes up. Spanish music is very particular and unique. I love Spanish geography, climates, and the incredibly beautiful castles and towns in Spain. All of Europe has such a rich in deep history of which vestiges still remain. The shops and city life in Spain are also different than that of my own culture. There seem to be more local markets and perhaps less homogenized business ala Walmart. Also the fact the Spain is upon the Mediterranean Sea sets it apart in its beauty, culture, and diet. America knows no equivalent in this matter. The bullfighting is another wild and interesting part of Spanish culture. It’s not something I necessarily agree with in an ethical manner but it’s a truly interesting cultural fragment and its certainly a memorable and defining aspect of Spain’s culture What I hope to learn : What I hope to learn If I continue learning Spanish, I don’t really no what I would hope learn. I cannot truly describe what’s behind the curtain of ignorance without first taking a peak, but perhaps learning a sufficient myriad of words and phrases, enough to carry on a proper conversation, would be pleasing and fun. One can never learn enough words or ways to communicate, whatever the language may be. Photo cred: Photo cred Rockefeller, Sally (2012). Sepia Portrait Young Spanish Woman 1. (Photo). Preston, Neal (1983). Diamond Dave “jumping” into action. CORBIS Gen (2010). Segovia’s Alcazar. Genevieve McCarthy ,

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