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Spanish 305 Notes Week 1

by: Asia Edwards

Spanish 305 Notes Week 1 SPN 305-003

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Spanish Composition
Dr. Emmanuel Harris
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Asia Edwards on Thursday August 11, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to SPN 305-003 at University of North Carolina - Wilmington taught by Dr. Emmanuel Harris in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 7 views.

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Date Created: 08/11/16
Asia Edwards Profesor Valerie Rider SPN 302 8 Augusto 2016   Examen Final: Dos Palabras I. ¿Quién es Isabel Allende? ¿Por qué es famoso el apellido “Allende” Isabel Allende es la sobrina de Salvador Allende. Allende es famoso porque Salvador fue el  primer presidente elegido democráticamente. II. Los tres personajes principales del cuento son Belisa Crepusculario, el Mulato y el  Coronel. Describe a cada uno, usando palabras del cuento. Belisa Crepusculario es una mujer que fue demasiado porbre que no “poseía nombres para llamar a sus hijos.” Luego, ella es una mujer que es más inteligente quien le enseña a ella para leer y  escribir. Mulato es un hombre muy gigante, y esta conocido por la rapidez del cuchillo. El  Coronel es el jefe de todos los rebels, y quiere ser el presidente del país. III. Estas palabras o frases vienen del cuento. Elige 10 de ellas y defínelas en español,  utilizando el arte del circunloquio. Mísera – sin alegre región inhóspita – una lugar que es mala para vida lluvias – cuando mucha agua viene del cielo desierto – una lugar más seco con poquito agua  hambre – un sentimiento cuando no has comido en un rato sequía – Un estado en que no hay lluvia en un rato llanuras – tierra más plano con céspedes tozuda – una persona que es obstinado manantiales – una poquita de agua fresca riachuelos – un cuerpo de agua fluida   mísera / región inhóspita/ lluvias/ desierto/hambre/ sequía/ andar/ llanuras/ tozuda/ atravesar el  infierno/ arribó/ manantiales/ riachuelos IV. If someone asked you, “What´s this story about?”, what would you say. Do it in  English, in one paragraph. This story is about a women who was born in poverty, and then makes a living by  teaching herself literacy and selling people those words. She becomes famous all over the region  for her words, and she catches the attention of a Colonel, who wants to become president of the  war­torn region. The Colonel has his right­hand man kidnap her, and makes her write his  speeches. During their time together, they form a connection. She leaves once her work is  finished, giving him two secret words. The Colonel is elected president, but he is unhappy, and  so his assistant brings Belisa back to him. V. Tú eres Belisa. Tienes que inventar dos palabras para las siguientes personas. ¿Cuáles  serían? Mi mama – vive más / mi mejor amiga – somos infinitos / Profe – vampiros existen/ Donald  Trump  ­ no peluca/ Viola Davis – alma hermosa VI. Piensa en las dos palabras que le regaló Belisa Crepusculario al Coronel. ¿Cualés  fueron? ¿Por qué dices que fueron éstas? No pienso que las palabras fueron ‘te amo’ porque es demasiado obvio. Tambien, hay más  sentido que el Coronel  Pienso que podría ser “estamos libre.” Primero, pensé que fueron “estás  libre.” Ahora yo sé que las palabras tienen que incluir Belisa porque ella sabe que iba a volver. VII. Inventa un párrafo más para el cuento. (¿Cómo lo terminarías tú?) Él le dijo que tenía algo para ella. Él puso sus labios por los oídos de ella y susurró dos palabras.  Él le dijo que estas palabras son secretos, y que podía usarlas cuando quieras. Ella lo miró con  sorpresa y sonrío. 


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