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Spanish Proverb Project

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nicole willsey

on 22 April 2010

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Spanish Proverb Project
By: Nicole Willsey A palabras necias, oidos sordos. In english this means:
Take no notice of the stupid things people say. A story where this could be
applied to in spanish is: Carmen tien diez anos. Ella es un bueno estudiante y esta muy emocionada para atenda el grado cinco. En la clase, las chicas tiene un problema.Maria y Ana, las chicas populares son muy malas con Carmen.Ellos dicen malas cosas para la chica sobre: "Tu eres muy estupida!" o "nadie en la clase les gustan a tu!" Este palabras hace Carmen mucha triste. Carmen dice la problema a su mama y su mama le dice "la chicas son muy antipaticas y tienen celos. A palabras necias, oidos sordos." Cuando Carmen llega a escuela,ella dice a Maria y Ana: "yo no estupida o fea. No me molestan me para todos los dias en el ano!" Los chicas le dice a Carmen: "los mucho siento Carmen!" y todos es bien. La moraleja de el estorio es: la gente es antipatico a veces pero no es importante. In english that means: the moral of the story is, sometimes people are mean but what they say is not important. Bibliography:
http://cogweb.ucla.edu/Discourse/Proverbs/Spanish-English.html
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