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Karla Ramirez

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Karla Ramirez

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Karla Ramirez
Family Traditions
My name is Karla Ramirez. I was born in Mayaguez, Puerto Rico on November 10 ,1999. I speak fluent spanish and English. (English is my second language.) I am very artistic and have a lot of pride in myself. I am very fun to be with. And I've been told by many that I am crazy which may or may not be true.
About me!
Since we are hispanic We like to eat hispanic foods. These include rice and beans ( arros y gandules),
lots of meat, We also are a fond of pasta. My favorite food is empanadillas. Wich is a tortilla with shark in it and deep fried.

Family foods!
Family history
The roots of my family begin in Spain and Italy. My mom's great great grandfather was born in Spain then came to puerto rico. My mom's great great grandmother moved from Italy and came to Puerto Rico and they met and started a family and that is how my family tree came to how it is today. And my dads side of the family also came from Spain and immigrate to Puerto Rico.
We celebrate pretty much the same holidays like anyone else. But, we also celebrate "Tres Reyes Magos"( The Three Kings) which is on the June 6th. "Tres Reyes Magos" is like another Christmas. We put hey under our beds and water for camels. Just the little kids. Its like putting out cookies and milk for Santa But its for The Three kings.
We celebrate a lot of different holidays and have many different festivals such as " El Festival De la china"(The festival Of The Orange), "El Festival de las Mascras"( The mask festival). One of the main traditions is July 25th. On that day all Puerto Ricans celebrate the writing of The Constitution of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico it explains the controlling government of Puerto Rico. It is composed of nine articles detailing the structure of the government as well as the function of several of its institutions. The document also contains an extensive and specific Bill of Rights. Since Puerto Rico is a commonwealth of the United States.
Family Holidays
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