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1 ¿CUÁNTO SABES DEL MUNDO HISPANO? PresentaciónJeanine Carr
2 TEST YOURSELF!!!!!!!If you need help continue this presentation to learn about each of the topics selected in this fun quizz.If you need more, view the website links.Find out if you are a beginner, a fan or a genius on Hispanic culture
13 LA CORRIDA DE TOROSA predominantly Spanish pastime, la corrida de toros (Spanish for “the running of the bulls”) is a popular spectacle in the capital city of Madrid. At the Plaza de Toros Las Ventas, crowds numbering in the thousands pay to watch costumed matadors challenge bulls that have been carefully bred for the corrida. According to the bullfighting ethic, an accomplished matador will maneuver the bull gracefully and kill it in a manner that is both courageous and aesthetically unrepugnant. Though the spectacle has its detractors, the bullfight is deeply ingrained in Spanish culture and is reflected in the art and literature of Spain. It has been called “indefensible but irresistible.”Denis Tremblay Labtex Inc.
14 Don Quijote de la Mancha El Ingenioso Hidalgo Don Quixote de la Mancha (The Ingenious Knight Don Quixote of la Mancha), better known simply as Don Quijote was written by Miguel de Cervantes Saadevra and is by far the most well-known Spanish literary piece ever written. It has been translated, fully or in parts, into more than 60 languages. This novel was written in two parts: Part I in 1605 and Part II in It was originally conceived as a comic satire against the chivalric romances then in literary vogue. It narrates the adventures of an elderly knight, Don Quijote, and his horse Rocinante and squire Sancho Panza.
15 Los 3 Reyes Magos Los regalos ¿Cuál es la fecha? La Navidad ¿Qué son los regalos?¿Qué animal es?
16 Las Llamas, los Incas, el Perú y los Andes ¿Cuál es la diferencia entre el camello, la llama, el guanaco, la alpaca y la vicuña?La llama domesticadaes un animal detransporte, nos dalana, leche y carne
17 Los CamellosUna gibaDos gibasEl dromedarioEl camello
18 Los Camelidaes WHAT IS A GUANACO? A guanaco is a large mammal that lives in South America and is related to the llama. It is bigger than a llama and not domesticated. They mainly eat grass and live in the mountains.WHAT IS A VICUÑA? The smallest of all camels, the vicuna weighs about 90 pounds and stands just under three feet at the shoulder. Like all South America camel species, the vicuna has a long, supple neck; slender legs; padded, cloven feet; large round eyes; and a dense and fine tawny coat.
20 Las alpacasAlpacas are a domesticated member of the camel (camelid) family. The camelid family also includes llamas, guanacos, and vicunas from South America, and the Bactrian and Dromedary camels from Asia and Africa. This family of animals originated on the plains of North America about 10 million years ago. A common ancestor to the South American camelids migrated to South America about 2.5 million years ago. Two wild species, vicuñas and guanacos, emerged.
21 EL FLAMENCO Los trajes La camisa El vestido flamenco Zapatos con taconesZapatos con taconesLos pantalones
22 FLAMENCOFlamenco is a generic term for a song repertory, dance, and guitar style from the Andalusian region of Spain. The music is based on a harmonic system closely related to Arabic music. It is also driven by the complex North African cross-rhythms that have made their way into the region. The flamenco guitar functions as both solo and accompanying instrument featuring lively melodic passages, percussive strumming, and improvised breaks.
25 EL ACEITE DE OLIVASEl aceiteLas olivas =Las aceitunas
26 Olive Plantation, Spain .Spain is the world’s largest grower of olives. The olive is cultivated for its fruits, which yield an edible oil and are also pickled for eating. Olive oil is used in cooking, in canning, and as a table oil.Denis Tremblay, Labtex Inc.
27 Photo Researchers, Inc./Porterfield-Chickering Spain ranks as a world leader in both wine grape and olive production. These grape vines and olive trees grow near Lérida, a city in eastern Spain. Most grapes and olives are raised in the country’s east or south, the most intensively irrigated regions of the largely hot and arid country.Photo Researchers, Inc./Porterfield-Chickering
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