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Spanish 1 Final Project

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Present-tense Verb Chart
Present-tense Verb Chart
Todo Sobre Mi
El Calendario
By: Gaelle Moise
Present-tense Verb Chart
Mi Familia
Menu
El Mapa de Paises Hispanohablantes
Tengo Una Pregunta
¿Cuál? / ¿Cuáles? = Which (one(s))?
¿De dónde? = From where?
¿Cuándo? = When?
¿Qué? = What?
¿Cuánto? (a/os/as) = How much/many?
¿Para qué? = For what?
¿Por qué? = Why?
¿Cómo? = How?
¿Quién? / ¿Quiénes? = Who?
¿Dónde? = Where?
¿A quién? / ¿A quiénes? = Whom?
¿Adónde? = To where?
¿De quién? / ¿De quiénes? = Whose?

Spanish 1 - Final Project
Los Números
 uno = one
 dos = two
 tres = three
 cuatro = four
 cinco = five
 seis = six
 siete = seven
 ocho = eight
 nueve = nine
 diez = ten
 once = eleven
 doce = twelve
 trece = thirteen
 catorce = fourteen
 quince = fifteen
 dieciséis = sixteen
 diecisiete = seventeen
 dieciocho = eighteen
 diecinueve = nineteen
 veinte = twenty

Los Colores
Reference!


En Espanol! 1uno (spanish textbook)
 diez = ten
 veinte = twenty
 treinta = thirty
 cuarenta = forty
 cincuenta = fifty
 sesenta = sixty
 setenta = seventy
 ochenta = eighty
 noventa = ninety
 cien = one hundred

 cien = one hundred
 doscientos = two hundred
 trescientos = three hundred
 cuatrocientos = four hundred
 quinientos = five hundred
 seiscientos = six hundred
 setecientos = seven hundred
 ochocientos = eight hundred
 novecientos = nine hundred
 mil = one thousand

 diez = ten
 veinte = twenty
 treinta = thirty
 cuarenta = forty
 cincuenta = fifty
 sesenta = sixty
 setenta = seventy
 ochenta = eighty
 noventa = ninety
 cien = one hundred
Amarillo
Rosado
Blanco
Rojo
Gris
Anaranjado
Anaranjado
Verde
Azul
Morado
Marrón
Negro
enero
febrero
diciembre
marzo
abril
mayo
junio
julio
agosto
septiembre
octubre
noviembre
Los Meses del Ano
Los Días de la Semana
lunes, martes, miércoles, jueves,
viernes, sábado, domingo
El Tiempo
Las Estaciones
el invierno
la primavera
el verano
el otono
Vocabulario
el día = day
la semana = week
el mes = month
el ano = year
nieva
hace viento
hace frío
hace calor
llueve
-ar Verbs
yo estudi
o
, us
o
, busc
o
, mir
o
, necesit
o
tu estudi
as
, us
as
, busc
as
, mir
as
, necesit
as
usted, estudi
a
, us
a
, busc
a
, mir
a
, necesit
a

el, ella

nosotros(as) estudi
amos
, us
amos
, busc
amos
, mir
amos
, necesit
amos
ustedes, estudi
an
, us
an
, busc
an
, mir
an
, necesit
an
ellos(as)
Vocabulario
estudiar = to study
usar = to use
buscar = to look for, to search
mirar = to look at, to watch
necesitar = to need
-er Verbs
yo com
o
, aprend
o
, comprend
o
, vend
o
, corr
o
tu com
es
, aprend
es
, comprend
es
, vend
es
, corr
es
usted, com
e
, aprend
e
, comprend
e
, vend
e
, corr
e
el, ella

nosotros(as) com
emos
, aprend
emos
, comprend
emos
, vend
emos
, corr
emos
ustedes, com
en
, aprend
en
, comprend
en
, vend
en
, corr
en
ellos(as)

Vocabulario
comer = to eat
aprender = to learn
comprender = to understand
vender = to sell
correr = to run
-ir Verbs

yo viv
o
, abr
o
, recib
o
, compart
o
, escrib
o
tu viv
es
, abr
es
, recib
es
, compart
es
, escrib
es
usted, viv
e
, abr
e
, recib
e
, compart
e
, escrib
e
el, ella

nosotros(as) viv
imos
, abr
imos
, recib
imos
, compart
imos
,
escrib
imos

ustedes, viv
en
, abr
en
, recib
en
, compart
en
, escrib
en
ellos(as)
Vocabulario
vivir = to live
abrir = to open
recibir = to receive
compartir = to share
escribir = to write
mi abuela
mi hermano menor
mi madre
mi padre
mi hermano menor
mi hermana menor
yo
El Cuerpo
Menu
El Desayuno
cereal

pan tostado
yogur
jugo de naranja
leche
cafe
Menu
El Almuerzo
Menu
La Cena
arroz con pollo verduras
helado
pastel de chocolate
huevo duro
tocino
torta
ensalada de fruta
papas fritas
bistec con arroz y verduras
espaguetis
rollo de canela
jugo de manzana
sandia
tacos
el batido de frutas
agua
hamburguesa
refresco
agua
jugo de uva
sopa de verduras
Argentina
CAPITAL: Buenos Aires
CURRENCY: peso
NATIONALITY: Argentino

Bolivia
CAPITAL: La Paz
CURRENCY: peso
NATIONALITY: Boliviano

Chile
CAPITAL: Santiago
CURRENCY: peso chileno
NATIONALITY: Chileno

Colombia
CAPITAL: Bagotá
CURRENCY: peso
NATIONALITY: Colombiano

Costa Rica
CAPITAL: San Jose
CURRENCY: colón
NATIONALITY: Costarricense

Cuba
CAPITAL: Havana
CURRENCY: peso
NATIONALITY: Cubano

Republica Dominicana
CAPITAL: Santo Domingo
CURRENCY: peso
NATIONALITY: Dominicano

Ecuador
CAPITAL: Quito
CURRENCY: quetzal
NATIONALITY: Ecuatoriano



El Salvador
CAPITAL: San Salvador
CURRENCY: colón
NATIONALITY: Salvadoreño

Guinea Ecuatorial
CAPITAL: Malabo
CURRENCY: Central African CFA franc
NATIONALITY: Ecuatoguineano

Guatemala
CAPITAL: Guatemala City
CURRENCY: quetzal
NATIONALITY: Guatemalteco

Honduras
CAPITAL: Tegucigalpa
CURRENCY: lempira
NATIONALITY: Hondureño

México
CAPITAL: Mexico City
CURRENCY: peso
NATIONALITY: Mexicano

Nicaragua
CAPITAL: Managua
CURRENCY: córdoba
NATIONALITY: Nicaragüense

Panamà
CAPITAL: Panama City
CURRENCY: balboa
NATIONALITY: Panameño

Paraguay
CAPITAL: Asunción
CURRENCY: guaraní
NATIONALITY: Paraguayo

Pagina Cultural
Pablo Picasso
The Weeping Woman
(1937)
Created by: Pablo Picasso
oil on canvas 55.2 x 46.2 cm
Girl Before A Mirror
(1932)
Created by: Pablo Picasso
Me llamo Gaelle. Soy de Newark, New Jersey. Mi cumpleanos es el siete de diciembre. Tengo quince años. Yo soy corto y tienen el pelo negro. Me encanta dormir, nadar, bailar, tocar la guitarra, y escuchar musica. Pero no me gusta escribir, leer, animales, comer las verduras y las sorpresas. Tengo clases de historia, ingles, ciencias naturales, educacion fisica, arte, matematicas, y espanol. Mi color favorita es el roja. Quiero ser médica cuando crezca. Yo soy el hijo mayor. Tengo tres hermanos.

El Postre
Pablo Picasso is a worldwide known painter from Málaga, Spain, who is famous for his meaningful creations. He has this unique art style, no one else that makes you think, wonder and ask questions. He loved creating comical and fantasy paintings. Every painting he created was influenced by an event he witnessed, the mood he was at a certain time or the relationships he had with other people. Picasso introduced cubism in the world of art, which is using shapes to represent form. One of my favorite paintings he did using cubism was called, “The Weeping Woman.” It’s a portrait of a female crying. In 1936, Picasso had a mistress named, Dora Maar. As a result of the continuous arguing between one another, Maar expressed her emotions by crying once everyday. This moment helped Picasso paint “The Weeping Woman.” During, the making of this masterpiece, a Civil War was happening in Spain. One day, Picasso saw a mother crying while holding her dead son in her arms. The witnessing of the tragic scene also helped Picasso draw “The Weeping Woman.” The portrait shows fear, sadness, and anger in the woman, which is representing the humans that lost their loved ones in the civil war and Dora Maar who cried because she couldn’t express her feeling with words. Before the age of fifty, Picasso was the most well known painter of modern art and he remains at the top in the 21st century. His paintings are shown in art galleries everywhere because he was such an influential and talented person.
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