viernes, 18 de enero de 2013

One Hundred and One Dalmatians

101 dálmatas (One Hundred and One Dalmatians)  es el decimoctavo largometraje animado de Walt Disney Pictures. Dirigida por Clyde Geronimi, Hamilton Luske y Wolfgang Reitherman, producida por Walt Disney y basada en la historia inglesa, The Hundred and One Dalmatians de Dodie Smith, la película fue producida por Walt Disney Productions y lanzada en los Estados Unidos el 25 de enero de 1961. La película cuenta la historia de Pongo, un perro dálmata que forma una familia con Perdy, una perra de clase de su misma raza, al mismo tiempo uniendo a sus dos amos, Roger y Anita. Poco después, la pareja canina trae al mundo a un grupo de quince cachorros que se convierten en el objetivo de la malvada Cruella de Vil ya que con ellos tendrá la oportunidad que quiere para hacerse un abrigo de piel, junto con otros ochenta y cuatro perros.

101 Dalmatians (One Hundred and One Dalmatians is the eighteenth animated feature from Walt Disney Pictures. Directed by Clyde Geronimi, Hamilton Luske and Wolfgang Reitherman, produced by Walt Disney and based on English history, The Hundred and One Dalmatians by Dodie Smith, the film was produced by Walt Disney Productions and released in the United States on January 25, 1961. the film tells the story of Pongo, a Dalmatian that form a family with Perdy, a dog of the same breed class at the same time uniting its two masters, Roger and Anita. Soon after, the couple dog gives birth to a group of fifteen puppies that become the target of the evil Cruella de Vil with them because they want to have the opportunity to take a coat skin, along with other eighty-four dogs.

viernes, 16 de noviembre de 2012

Day Of The Dead

Day of the Dead
In Mexico more than a Christian festival is a celebration which mixes both pre-Hispanic culture and Catholic religion, where the Mexican people managed to keep their old traditions alive.Within these contrasting traditions mixed feelings, such as the pain of losing a loved one, attached to colorful and fun party.The feast day of the dead of two parts, the first day of All Saints held on November 1 and the Day of the Dead Day November 2:All Saints' Day (November 1)This day celebrates the feast of all the saints who had an exemplary life and also of deceased children.This party is small compared with the Day of the Dead, in the traditions it is customary to make altars Saints within the Churches, and many families make altars tend to their dead children either indoors or on gravestones cemeteries.The altars are decorated with multi-colored paper, marigolds, if the altar is for a child is put toys like cars, dolls, candy etc.Day of the Dead (November 2)This day celebrates the feast of the dead high in Mexico. The celebration is filled with many customs. People like to go and place flowers on the graves of their dead but for others it represents a rite starting from early morning when many families make altars for dead on the tombstones of their dead relatives, these altars are of great importance since with them is believed to help the dead to keep track during death.Families spend long hours working on the altar, many of these altars are considered true works of art, as they reflect the hard work, dedication and creativity of the people to provide good altar. There are many ways to make altars of the dead, usually the easier to make many people indoors as on a table covered with a tablecloth gets a picture of the deceased, and is decorated with flowers and memorabilia.Other altars are made according to tradition, which states that the altar must consist of 7 levels or steps that represent the seven levels that must pass the soul of the dead to rest. These altars are generally done in places where there is a large space which can fit around the altar, which must be sweeping the room with aromatic herbs to the four winds the day before the day of the dead. First builds or produces the skeleton of the altar with either cardboard, wood or whatever is so firmly established that they are 7 levels, of which the seventh must be almost level ground and on it gets the second level which is slightly smaller than the first and so on until you reach the first level, each step is lined with black and white fabric. Each step has a meaning and must contain certain specific objects:

First step is put the picture of the virgin saint or devotion.

Second step is for the souls in purgatory.

Third salt to put children in purgatory.

Fourth puts bread called "pan de muerto", this bread is decorated with red sugar simulating blood, it is recommended that the bread is cast by the relatives of the deceased, and it is a consecration.

Quinto gets food and fruit that were preferred by the deceased.

Sixth photo gets the deceased to whom the altar is dedicated.

Ultimo gets the cross of a rosary made of hawthorn and limes.The offerings that are placed inside the altar are:

Four candles are lit in a cross-oriented leading to the four cardinal points, beside the altar, turns a clay pot on a portable stove with herbs: basil, bay leaf, rosemary, chamomile and more.Items you must have an altar are:

Chains purple and yellow paper that signify the union between life and death.

Giving colorful confetti and joie de vivre.

Flowers are welcome for the soul, white flower represents the sky yellow flower, the earth and the abode of mourning.

Candles with flames represent the ascension of the spirit. Also mean light guide the way.

New white canvas representing purity, the sky.

The candle represents the soul alone.

Copal incense whose smoke symbolizes the passage from life to death.

Maize accounts harvest.

Fruits are the gift that nature gives us. They are usually sugar cane, oranges, hawthorn and jicama.

The sugar skulls are an indigenous custom.

Water gives life and energy to the road.

The dishes with the question of pleasing the deceased sharing food he liked.

Picture of the person to whom tribute is dedicated.

A Christ for blessings there.

A lime cross symbolizing the four cardinal points.

Salt for the body is not corrupted.

A path from the front door to the altar formed with marigold flower.

A rod to release the dead from the devil and evil spirits.

Personal belongings of the deceased.People watch at night in the grave waiting for the spirit of his dead down and enjoy your gift.This celebration is different in other places, for example in Oaxaca are made enormous carpets made of flowers along the main streets that represent true craftsmanship of people, ethnic groups elsewhere perform rites of their ancestors, to worship the dead.

viernes, 19 de octubre de 2012

Histortia De Los Pumas

Decade of the 30's to the 50's

The idea that the National Autonomous University of Mexico had an amateur football team representing the league in the Federal District, began to take shape in the early 30s. The rector Luis Chico Goerne was the first to take the initiative to do this, but its proposal was not accepted.

In 1940 the rector Gustavo Baz tasked with preparing the football team of the UNAM, the Costa Rican club player Spain, Rodolfo Muñoz, who assembled a squad composed of elements arising from different faculties and schools of the University.

Two years later, on the initiative of football coach Roberto Mendez was decided to adopt the nickname "Cougars" to represent the University Club. The choice was based on that it is an animal that represented the characteristics that should have every player on the team, strength, agility, speed, courage and aggressiveness.

University City in 1952 and was the center of learning, science and culture of the country, and there, in the middle of campus, stood the Estadio Olimpico Universitario: the future home of the Pumas.

In 1954 the representative of UNAM was imposed in the National Student Games and many of his players were already professionals, so in August of that year the team finally entered professional in Major League (second division), thanks to the rector management, Nabor Carrillo Flores, with financial support by the Engineer Guillermo Aguilar Alvarez, at that time Director of Public Works Department of the Federal District, a football lover and UNAM, who had been President of Atlante.

simple present tense, affirmative - Presente simple afirmativo tensa

simple present tense, affirmative

Choose the correct work to complete each sentence

1.- I clean my house every other day
2.- Henry Works at the court house
3.- John and Peter always take the bus to work
4.- You need to take the car to the mechanic
5.- Marjorie and her sister usually get up early
6.- Tom and I have our spanish class twice a week
7.- The dog always barks at the mailman
8.-Grace wants to go the movies with us
9.- It rains a lot in San Antonio in the spring
10.- Henry has a lot of friends in Dallas

presente simple afirmativo tensa,

Seleccione la obra correcta para completar cada oración

1 -. Cómo limpio mi casa todos los días
2 -. Henry Trabaja en el Palacio de Justicia
3 -. Juan y Pedro siempre se toman el autobús para trabajar
4 -. Tienes que coger el coche al mecánico
5 -. Marjorie y su hermana suele levantarse temprano
6 -. Tom y yo tenemos nuestra clase de español dos veces a la semana
7 -. El perro siempre ladra al cartero
8.-Grace quiere ir al cine con nosotros
9 -. Llueve mucho en San Antonio, en la primavera
10 -. Henry tiene un montón de amigos en Dallas

have, have to - Tienen,Tienen que

have, have to 
a) HAVE     B)Have to    C)Has   D)Has to 

1.- I can´t you to school today. I have to take your sister to the dentist
2.- Henry Has tow brothers and one sister. He has to take care of
3.- We can´t take a break now. We have too much work
4.- You have to wash the dog. It has mud all over its body
5.-Mary has to take the children to the doctor. They have a high fever.

tienen, tienen que
a) Haber B) Tener a C) Ha D) tiene que

1 -. Puedo no a la escuela hoy. Tengo que llevar a su hermana al dentista
2 -. Henry tiene hermanos remolque y una hermana. Él tiene que hacerse cargo de
3 -. No podemos tomar un descanso ahora. Tenemos demasiado trabajo
4 -. Hay que lavar al perro. Cuenta con barro por todo el cuerpo
5.-María tiene que llevar a los niños al médico. Tienen una fiebre alta.

The Listening Exam - El Examen De Audición

1.- Danea speaks in english with her friend enrique
2.- I wash my ear in the kitchen
3.- Eduardo Carries his dog to get a vaccine
4.- Ana push her computer homework
Ana puts her bady in the bed in the night
5.- We walk until the restaurant

1 -. DANEA habla en Inglés con su amigo enrique
2 -. Lavo mi oído en la cocina
3 -. Eduardo lleva a su perro para conseguir una vacuna
4 -. Ana empujar su tarea ordenador
Ana pone su bady en la cama en la noche
5 -. Caminamos hasta el restaurante