La descarga está en progreso. Por favor, espere

La descarga está en progreso. Por favor, espere

Spanish scavenger hunt Hannah Dixon. Maps of 3 Spanish speaking countries 1 www.learn-spanish-help.com.

Presentaciones similares


Presentación del tema: "Spanish scavenger hunt Hannah Dixon. Maps of 3 Spanish speaking countries 1 www.learn-spanish-help.com."— Transcripción de la presentación:

1 Spanish scavenger hunt Hannah Dixon

2 Maps of 3 Spanish speaking countries 1

3 Flags of 3 Spanish speaking countries of-spanish-speaking-countries.html

4 recipe Yield: 4 dozen Total Frying Time: Temperature: Medium-High Approx. 15 minutes Shortening Garlic Salt 12 Corn Tortillas* Red Chile Powder* (optional) Salt (optional) 1. Heat 2-inches of shortening in a heavy pan at medium-high heat. 2. Cut tortillas into quarters to within 1/2 inch from center of tortilla. 3. Fry tortillas until crist and drain well on absorbent towels. Separate each tortilla into four tostados. Tostados may be sprinkled with salt, garlic salt, or chile powder.

5 Spanish speaking countries and their capitals Nicaragua - Managua Costa Rica - San José Panama - Panama City

6 Spanish money compared to American money 1 Euro = U.S. dollars

7 Spanish poem Sólo tú le das brillo y Amor a mi Corazón. Sólo tú me miras con tanta pureza y belleza interior. Sólo tú llenas de Alegría a mi Alma. Sólo tú conoces mis secretos, deseos y anhelos. Sólo tú me transmites calor con tus manos. Sólo tú me das fuerzas para seguir viviendo. Sólo tú me hablas con tanta dulzura. Sólo tú me escuchas con tanta paciencia. Sólo tú me acaricias con tanta delicadeza. Sólo tú me besas con tanta ternura. Sólo tú me comprendes con tanta sutileza. Sólo tú haces que me sienta el Ser más Feliz del Universo. Sólo tú me das tanta seguridad en mí misma. Sólo tú me calmas y tranquilizas cuando estoy mal. Sólo tú eres el que puede entrar en mi Corazón y en mi Ser. Sólo tú me abrigas cuando tengo frío. Sólo tú eres y serás el Dueño de mi Corazón. Sólo tú eres mi Sueño hecho realidad. Sólo tú eres y serás el que me ama y me amará siempre. Sólo tú eres al que amo y amaré eternamente!

8 Geography of a Spanish speaking country Argentina occupies most of the southern part of South America, and extends for about 2150 miles. The Andes mountains, in Argentina, form a natural border with Chile, and slope down to a region known as Entre Rios. geografia-de-sudamerica

9 Top 3 Spanish countries Mandarin ChineseNATIVE: 873 million 2nd: 178 million TOTAL: billion HindiNATIVE: 370 million 2nd:120 million Spanish NATIVE: 350 million 2nd: 70 million TOTAL: 420 million guages.htmTOTAL: 490 million

10 Spanish author José Zorrilla y Moral – poet 1817 – A Spanish dramatist and poet were born this year at Valladolid. Jose Zorrilla y Moral was educated by the Jesuits at the Real Seminario de Nobles in Madrid, wrote verses when Jose Zorrilla y Moral was twelve – Jose Zorrilla y Moral was sent to study law at the University of Toledo, but after a year of idleness, Jose Zorrilla y Moral fled to Madrid, where Jose Zorrilla y Moral aghast the friends of his absolutist father by making aggressive speeches and by founding a newspaper which was promptly covered up by the government – Jose Zorrilla y Moral published a book of verses, mostly imitations of Lamartine and Hugo, which was so favorably received that Jose Zorrilla y Moral printed six more volumes within three years – Jose Zorrilla y Moral began his individual career as a dramatist with Cada cual con su razón

11 Painting by Picasso Velasquez

12 Famous Spanish person Pablo Escobar Born on December 1, 1949 into a lower-middle class family, young Pablo grew up in the Medellin suburb of Envigado. As a young man, he was driven and ambitious, telling friends and family that he wanted to be President of Colombia some day. He got his start as a street criminal: according to legend, he would steal tombstones, sandblast the names off of them, and resell them to crooked Panamanians. Later, he moved up to stealing cars. It was in the 1970s that he found his path to wealth and power: drugs. He would buy coca paste in Bolivia and Peru, refine it, and transport it for sale in the US.

13 Spanish song Ella despidió a su amor el partió en un barco en el muelle de San Blas El juró que volvería y empapada en llanto ella juró que esperaría miles de lunas de lunas pasaron y siempre ella estaba en el muelle, esperando muchas tardes se anidaron se anidaron en su pelo y en sus labios Llevaba el mismo vestido y por si el volviera no se fuera a equivocar los cangrejos le mordían sus ropajes, su tristeza y su ilusión y el tiempo se escurrió y sus ojos se le llenaron de amaneceres y del mar se enamoró y su cuerpo se enraizó en el muelle /lyrics/search/mana/e n-el-muelle-de-san- blas/

14 Hispanic actor Sara Montiel was born on March 10, 1928 and is to be one of the top Spanish actors of the 20th century. She is still a much-loved and globally recognized name in the Spanish-speaking film industry. She was born in Campo de Criptana in the region of New Castile in 1928 as María Antonia Abad. After her unparalleled worldwide hit in Juan de Orduña's El Último Cuplé in 1957, Montiel achieved the rank of mega-star in Europe and Latin America. pain/Famous-Spanish-Actors/900

15 Online store for Hispanic products

16 Arabic influence /blogger/2007/05/spanish-jewish-and- arabic-heritage.html

17


Descargar ppt "Spanish scavenger hunt Hannah Dixon. Maps of 3 Spanish speaking countries 1 www.learn-spanish-help.com."

Presentaciones similares


Anuncios Google