1st week

I have worked to provide you numerous ways to practice and learn Spanish.

This is my Spanish I blog. Here you can find lots of help…

At the top you will find tabs for these sections:

* Palabra del día – Word of the Day from two different sites
* Sites of Interest
* Primer cuarto, segundo cuarto, tercer cuarto, cuarto cuarto – (1st quarter, 2nd quarter, 3rd quarter, 4th quarter)
* National Spanish Exam
* Why Study Spanish?
* Foreign Language Festival
* Gramática – (Grammar)
* Quia activities
* Celebraciones – (Celebrations)

At the right you can find the following:

* Pages of my blog
* A calendar
* Links to some helpful sites
* Podcasts to download
* A BLUE BOX with files that you can download
* A GRAY BOX with interesting and helpful videos that you can see at home (not at school if they are from YouTube)
* You can even use Vocaroo to record yourself and listen to yourself (You can’t save your recordings, but you can listen to yourself for fun)

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I have a Quia page for each level of Spanish for practicing vocabulary. My Spanish I Quia site is at http://www.quia.com/pages/crose11/page8

* In the blue section at the top, you can find numerous methods of studying.
* In the second section, you can practice vocabulary with flashcards and games.
* In the third section, you can take advantage of many websites that are very helpful.

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I have another page where you can subscribe to receive announcements by e-mail. http://www.bloust.com/srarose
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Our first week is over. It was short, but we’ve learned the Spanish alphabet (there’s a podcast of the alphabet to the left of this section to listen to it and a YouTube video posted at my blog under Primer Cuarto) and how to say the following:

I know the alphabet. Hurray! – Yo sé el alfabeto. ¡Olé!
I call myself John (or whatever your name is) – Me llamo Juan.
He calls himself John. – Se llama Juan.
How do you call yourself? (What’s your name?) – ¿Cómo te llamas?
Good morning – Buenos días
Good afternoon – Buenas tardes
Good evening (night) – Buenas noches.
Hi! – ¡Hola!
S/he plays (a game) – juega
basketball – baloncesto
football – fútbol americano
soccer – fútbol
tennis – tenis
s/he rides a bicycle – anda en bicicleta
Who? – ¿Quién?

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