Boys and Girls Ultimate: State Championships
Teams must qualify.
KD: Mi nombre es Margarita.
LJ: Mi nombre es Pepita
KD: Ellas fuimos Colombía
LJ: Nosotros nos quedamos en De La Opera.
KD: El hotel es muy grande.
LJ: El hotel es elegante y muy muy bonito.
KD: El hotel tenia tres habitaciones un spa y un pascina grande
LJ: Durante los Viaje fuimos visitar la gay, recta defles,
Kd - En la playa el agua es azul.
LJ – Fuimos la Ristorante divino.
KD - Le recomendamos comer linguine ai frutti di Mare, Capesante Fiorentina.
LJ – Nosotros ayudamos los niños desafortunadoes en centro comunitario.
KD- Vimos shakira cantar en el centro commerical
"Overall: COLOMBIA." Photograph.FF Track Planet. Anna Starostinetskaya. FF Track Planet, 2009. Web. 1 Nov 2011. <http://offtrackplanet.com/inspiration/otps-top-10-backpacking-travel-destinations-for-2010/>.
"Hotel De La Opera." Photograph. First Last. Real Adventures , Web. 1 Nov 2011. <http://www.realadventures.com/photo-gallery/1125904>.
"Ristorante Divino." Photograph.Ristorante Divino. First Last. Sc: Ristorante Divino, Web. 1 Nov 2011. <http://www.ristorantedivino.com/>.
I’m choosing this Act primarily because of the fact that water isn’t something that can be taken in vain even for a second, and if the people of the world do not have any water that is clean enough to drink, the people of the world will die. Money is not greater then the lives of the Earth, and to many members of our government, that is very much the case.
My Local Reps
John Myers, District 201, PA House (D)
Shirley M. Kitchen, District 3, PA Senate (D)
Chaka Fattah, US House (D)
The video I’m creating is simple. It talks about fracking from the presidents perspective, then it talks about how other politicians feel about it. After that, it goes into entertainment which shows some of the effects of fracking, giving information about how to make their voices heard and showing some of the ways people have protested it.
Introduced by Rep. Joe Barton on April 18, 2005
Passed by House on April 21, 2005 (249 - 183)
Passed by Senate on June 28, 2005 (85 - 12)
Signed into law by President George W. Bush on August 8, 2005
These phrases are greetings in Spanish
Doesn’t hurt for a little common courtesy (in Spanish)
¡Buenos días! Good Morning
¡Buenas Tardes! Good Afternoon
¡Buenas Noches! Good Evening
The Phrases said before are just the basics
Here are more Greetings and now replies.
¿Qué tal? \
¿Cómo va? \ HOW ARE
¿Cómo estás (tú)? <informal / YOU?
¿Cómo esta (usted)? <formal /
These are replies to HOW ARE YOU
(Muy)Bien, Gracias (Very) Well, Thanks
Más o menos Alright
(Muy) Mal Terrible\Awful
¿Y tú? \ And
¿Y usted? / YOU?
¡AY, AY, AY OH, NO!
¡Qué Bien! Oh, good
These before are the greetings
Now I will teach you farewells
¡Adiós! = ¡Chao! Bye
¡Hasta Luego! See ya later !
¡Hasta Pronto! See ya soon!
¡Hasta mañana! See ya tomorrow!
¡Qué le vaya bien! Have a good one!
Alphabet in Spanish
When saying these “letters”, all letters are not said the way they look.
A (ah) B (beh) C (seh) D (deh)
E (eh) F (efeh) G (hey!) H(acheh)
I J (eee) J(hota) K (kah) L (eleh)
M (emeh) N (eneh) Ñ (enyeh)
O (stays the same as english)
P (peh) Q (coooo) R (ereh) S (eseh)
T (teh) U (ooooo) V (beh-it’s a B sound)
W (doble beh-same as V) X (equis)
Y (Jgriega ) Z (seta)
If you want to spell something and the person who needs to know is Spanish you would say
X A V I E R
The Weather for Today
In today’s lesson, I will be showing you the weather in the Spanish language.
*When saying words that mean a climate, add “mucho” to say very. i.e. mucho frio (very cold)
¿Qué tiempo hace?
(what’s the weather like?)
Frio (cold) 0 degrees
Calor (warm) 50 degrees
Sol (hot) 100 degrees
Nublado (cloudy) mayormente/parcialmente
Lloviendo (raining) llueve mucho| it rains a lot
Nevando (snowing) nieva mucho| it snows a lot
*When righting these, always keep in mind of pictures for certain ones you want to remember.
i.e. calor picture of the sun
lloviendo picture of rain
With The weather you also want to know the seasons
So you don’t look stupid In front of Spanish people saying its cold in summer.
*All are the same except for spring
El invierno (winter) La primavera (spring)
El verano (summer) El otoño (fall)
*These are the four seasons,master these and you master the weather.
Here are the Months and Dates in Spanish
*Notice that the capitalization does not matter when spelling in Spanish
*When saying these words, you must be careful by how you pronounce the words.
*When saying the numbers after 15, you’re just repeating the tenths and saying 1-9 after it.
(i.e. dieciseis (16) dieci=10 seis=6)
*After you reach higher numbers it’s the same as 1-9
*The number 31 has a specific lesson to itself. Notice how it is “treinta y uno” not “treintiuno”. A lot of mistakes are made when saying that number. So Be Careful
*These will help you if you are in a Spanish speaking country and you have a birthday or specific event on a certain day that has to be presented in Spanish.* In Spanish don't forget that the date comes before the month