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Spanish 3.03 B Writing Assignment
Transcript of Spanish 3.03 B Writing Assignment
Prepare a visual presentation to make a comparison between a holiday celebration in Cuba such as the ones Marisa describes in her blog on page 1 of the practice section (la Navidad, el Día de Reyes) and your own holiday celebration (Chanukah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, etc.). I chose the holiday Christams, and to compare Christmas in America to la Navidad in Argentina.
Christmas is a time for family to come together, exchange gifts, and celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ.
Día de Navidad
In Argentina, Christmas is called la Navidad. Just like in america la Navidad is spent with family, and celebrates the birth of Christ.
Christmas is celebrated in the middle of winter. There are also no use of fireworks at midnoght, though some families might follow such a tradition. For the evening meal some people may be different but the meal mainly consists of family recipies, or origin native foods.
Christmas is celebrated in the height of summer, due to the geographical difference. For the celebratory feast there is a barbecue held to enjoy the fair weather. At midnight on Christmas Eve, some families will shoot off a disorganized raid of fireworks.
Though the season is different Christmas is still celebrated on December 25. The presents are kept under a tree.
There is an exchange of gifts. There os a fake or live tree decorated with ornaments, and lights. Some families will go to Church on Christmas Eve, or Christmas Day.