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Peste

Mi corazón es un campo fértil

donde crece malahierba a montón

tengo que podar y podar y podar

pero no crece nunca nada de valor… 21 more words

Poetry

Lovely honest food and fantastic Paella - La Mancha

Chiswick is not a place I usually frequent. An exclusive dinner invite transported me to the heart of Chiswick high street right next door to Franco Manco pizzeria. 453 more words

Food

FOOD FOR LANGUAGE

Since I’m forced to be less active than usual due to my recent hip replacement, I thought I’d touch on a subject near and dear to my heart: languages. 943 more words

Interview with Chilean Forger Peter Swanston (Entrevista con Peter Swanston!)

by Meg Floyd

Greetings, HEMA. Today I’m excited to bring you a spotlight of a sword smith living and working in Chile–in both English and Spanish. 1,550 more words

Gear

Article to Documentary Comparison

Compare the documentary from PBS about Cesar Chavez and the article: life then and 50 years later; wages, struggles, where they lived then and live now… 15 more words

Spanish 2

Sp 2 C5A Examencito de Vocabulario - miercoles, el 16 de abril

Quizlet for extra credit

http://quizlet.com/21657388/esp-2-realidades-2-c5a-vocabulario-flash-cards/

Written portion:
Tell me of an event that happened in our community. Your paragraph should include what the event was, if anyone was injured, or worse, killed, what happened (Did anyone try to save anyone? 29 more words

Spanish 2

Loss of Family Languages: Should Educators Be Concerned?

Because of Arizona’s strict English-only policies, many students are encouraged to learn English at the expense of their first languages.  Researcher Lily Wong Fillmore’s article “Loss of Family Languages: Should Educators Be Concerned?” details the problems this approach creates for students both at home and at school.   93 more words

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