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Respond to the following.
 1.
¿Que pasa primo(cousin)? __________________________
 2.
¿A que horas se termina la escuela? __________________
 3.
¿Como se siente el niño? |
4. ¿Como se siente la niña?
> Esta semana
La Ropa
> Vistazo: Perú
Primera Actividad
porque el
meme es chistoso...
After you find the word, also write the English translation
next to the Spanish term.
Ex: La Ropa = Clothes
> EXTRA CREDIT – Bring fashion magazine to class to share.
Creating simple sentences about clothes in
For descriptions we often use the words SER (to be) and lucir (to Look)
[Clothing item in Spanish + verb + adjective]
Common clothing styles, designs and sizes
The verb USAR in Spanish
USAR (to use/to wear) is used for talking about clothes in Spanish. USAR is
often used in gerund form as USANDO after the verb ESTAR.
Talking about prices in Spanish
To ask and say we use the Spanish verb VALER and COSTAR
Important phrases and questions…
Vendedora: Disculpe ¿Puedo ayudarle en algo?
Comprador: Si, estoy buscando un regalo para mi
esposa, algo que ella pueda usar…
Vendedora: Tenemos vestidos muy bonitos como este…
Comprador: Ya veo. ¿Cuánto vale este vestido?
Vendedora: Este vestido vale 50 dólares.
Comprador: aja… Creo que es un poco caro y no me
gusta mucho el color. ¿Cuánto cuestan estas blusas y
esas faldas?
Vendedora: Las blusas cuestan 20 dólares y las faldas
Comprador: La blusa y la falda me gustan más, y creo
que combinan con sus zapatos.
Vendedora: Entonces a ella le va a encantar. También
vendemos ropa para caballeros como trajes, camisas,
camisetas y corbatas.
Comprador: Gracias, pero creo que solo llevaré estas
dos cosas
After listening to
the conversation,
answer the question
Nombre:______________________ Hora: ______
Conteste las preguntas.
1. What is the capital of Perú?
2. What is the official language of Perú?
3. Which ocean lies to the west of Perú?
4. Which currency is used in Perú?
5. Name one of the clothing items used in Perú (We talked about 4)
6. What vegetable originated from Perú?
7. What are the lines in the dirt found in the desert of Perú?
8. ¿Si/No? 300 people died in a soccer riot in 1964.
Si / No {Circle one}
9. ¿Si/No? Macho Pichu is on the beach in the southwest part of the country.
Si / No {Circle one}
10. ¿Si/No? Caral is a type of vegetable found in the mountain region of the country.
EX: Actividad, la ropa.
El hombre tiene una
corbata verde. Tiene puntos
blancos. Me gusta como va
con sus pantalones. Los
pantalones son color
blanco, son muy sencillos.
Su sombrero flexible
(fedora) es negro. Me gusta
mucho porque se luce mas a
la moda el traje. Creo que
los zapatos son muy
casuales y cómodos.
¿Cuanto vale un traje asi?
Make sure to write your
name & period on the back.
¿Sí o no?
Correct any wrong information.
1. José es alto.
2. Sandra y José son amigos
3. José es norteamericano
4. José es colombiano y Sandra
es Colombiana también.
> 1. The potato is originally from Peru
and they produce over 3000 varieties
> 2. The world's worst soccer riot
occurred in 1964 during a Peru v
Argentina match in Lima after an
unpopular decision by the referee. It
ended with 300 fans killed and more than
Quick facts
500 injured
 Capital: Lima
> 3. One of the highest train pass in the
 Population (approx): 30,475,144
world is in Ticlio, Peru at 4815 meters
 Area: 1,285,216 sq km
above sea level (15793 feet).
 Official language: Spanish
> 4. You can find 28 different climates in
 Religion: 80% Roman Catholic
Peru, making it to be one of the 5 biggest
12.5% Protestants
biodiversities in the world.
 President: Ollanta Humala
> 5. Caral, just 114 miles north of Lima,
 Government: Democratic
is the oldest discovered city in the
 Currency: Peruvian Nuevo Sol Americas (between 2600 BC and 2000
•The geoglyphs, known as Nazca
Lines, were spotted from the air in
•Some 700 geoglyphs are thought to
have been drawn by the ancient
Nazca people between the first and
sixth centuries
•The new lines were revealed
following gales and sandstorms in
•Experts believe one of the
geoglyphs shows a 196ft-long (60
metre) snake
•Another appears to show a camelid,
zig-zag lines and an unidentified bird
•The site stretches about 500 Miles.
Nazca Lines –
Nazca Desert
7,000 ft. above sea level on a small hilltop
between the Andean Mountain Range,
Macho Pichu .
The Incan built structure has been deemed the
“Lost Cities”, unknown until its relatively recent
discovery in 1911. Archaeologists estimate that
approximately 1200 people could have lived in the
area, though many theorize it was most likely a
retreat for Incan rulers. Due to it’s isolation from
the rest of Peru, living in the area full time would
require traveling great distances just to reach the
nearest village.
Separated into three areas - agricultural, urban,
and religious - the structures are arranged so that
the function of the buildings matches the form of
their surroundings. The agricultural terracing and
aqueducts take advantage of the natural slopes;
the lower areas contain buildings occupied by
farmers and teachers, and the most important
religious areas are located at the crest of the hill,
overlooking the lush Urubamba Valley thousands of
feet below.
One of the 7 wonders of the world
Lliclla - square woven cloth
that covers the back and
shoulders. It is secured at the
front using a tupu (straight
pin), when folded and pinned
about the shoulders it acts as
a small heavy shawl, which
keeps the women warm in the
chilly Andean air.
Polleras - are
colourful skirts that
are also worn by
women and are made
from hand-woven
Ajotas - are sandals
worn both men and
women in rural areas
of Peru and by
poorer people in
Lima. They are made
from recycled tyres
and are inexpensive
to make
Chullo – have been used
in the Andean Mountain
region by indigenous peoples for thousands of
years, wearing different types and colors has
a significance among the Andean natives.
Peru is located in the central part of South America
and borders on the north with Ecuador and Colombia,
on the east with Brazil and Bolivia, on the south with
Chile and on the west with the Pacific Ocean. The
Peruvian territory covers an area of 1,285.216 square
kilometers. More than half of the Peruvian population
(54.6%) lives on the coast. The Andean region is home
to 32%, whereas only 13.4% of the total population
lives on the Amazonian plains. Lima is the capital city
of the Republic.
> Size: About 1,285,216 km2, slightly smaller that
> Capital: Lima Metropolitana, 9,585,636
> Other large cities: Arequipa 852,807, Trujillo
7779,873, Cusco 413,006
> Elevation: Highest point in Nevado Huascaran 6,768m
Nazca Lines
Ticket out
the door:
Draw the flag of Perú

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