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¡Bienvenidos!

posted Aug 21, 2013, 1:00 PM by Rachel Hatfield   [ updated Aug 21, 2013, 1:00 PM ]

Welcome (everyone)!!

el voseo

posted Aug 22, 2012, 1:51 PM by Rachel Hatfield

The use of the pronoun "vos" instead of "tú" in Argentina and other parts of Central and South America.
 
vos tenés = tú tienes = you have
 
vos querés = tú quieres = you want

el lugar

posted Sep 19, 2011, 6:55 AM by Rachel Hatfield

place 
 
Don't forget to find Mrs. Hatfield in the "place spotting" activity.  See Spanish 4 homework page to complete!

la reunión

posted Sep 12, 2011, 9:41 AM by Rachel Hatfield

= the meeting
 
To recognize the first meeting of CFA's Spanish Club!  This Wednesday, Sept 14, 2011.  Room 418 at 1:15.  Hope you can join us!!!!

La tapa

posted Sep 5, 2011, 8:23 PM by Rachel Hatfield

/ta-puh/  light snack; lid or cap; sleeve or cover of a book

el hurucán

posted Aug 26, 2011, 7:36 PM by Rachel Hatfield

hurricane
 
Origen of word:
 
Mayan mythology is a subject that is fascinating and curious. The widespread beliefs of the ancient Maya people are still known today; in fact many people that have an interest in the hype that surrounds the year 2012 will have some knowledge of this fascinating culture.
One of the most important gods and a deity who played an important role in the creation of humanity was Hurucan. Hurucan is an essential component of ancient Mayan mythology. Sometimes referred to as the god of fire and wind, he was also believed to be responsible for the floods that played an integral role of the formation of the beliefs of the Maya people. Hurucan was also known by the names Kauil, Bolon, and Tzacab.



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"Descubre"

posted Aug 21, 2011, 12:09 AM by Rachel Hatfield   [ updated Aug 21, 2011, 12:12 AM ]

"Discover"...Spanish, presumably!  It's the title of our new textbooks for levels 1-3!

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