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1.2.11 Practice Spoken Assignment Abroad

1.4.11 Practice: Spoken Assignment: Talking about MyselfSpoken AssignmentSpanish I Sem 2 (S3906561)Gavin WoodyPoints possible: 60Date: ____________Read each of the following scenarios. Then decide which Spanish idiom most appropriately describes the situation or moral lesson to be learned and write it down. When you have finished writing all of them, record them aloud. (20 points; 4 points each)Example: The chocolate cake my dad made last night was so delicious. I ate three pieces and still wantedmore!Está para chuparse los dedos.1. Juan is incapable of keeping a secret.2. Pedro is Raquel's little brother. He is always bugging her after school, asking her to help him with homework or to play games with him.3. Anita seems to say it as it is. She doesn't care if it hurts someone's feelings or if it is inappropriate for the time or place.4. Angelina is a nice girl, but she doesn't seem to catch on quickly. She doesn't have a great deal of common sense.

1.2.11 Practice: Spoken AssignmentSpoken AssignmentSpanish II (S3552144)Katie GoodnerLFOPoints possible: 60Date: ____________I. In this oral assignment, you are going to share your media preferences with your friend Claudia. Create a conversation between you and Claudia. The conversation should contain 10 complete sentences. Answer Claudia’s questions in complete sentences. Be sure to write out the entire dialogue before you record the assignment.1. ¿Cuál es tu canal favorito?— Hint: You like to watch game shows on channel 4.Me gust aver/mirar progamas concursos en canal 4.2. ¿Siempre miras la televisión?— Hint: You do not always watch television; sometimes you read or listen to music.No, no siempre miro la television, a veces leo o escucho musica.3. ¿Qué tipo de programa te gusta más?— Hint: What types of shows do you like better (documentary, news, etc.)?Me gusta programas de noticias.4. ¿Qué miraste anoche?— Hint: Last night you watched Survivoron channel 7.

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