People interested in a group study/discussion of topics and when they are/are not available?
How are you guys studying for this??? What even is it?
I genuinely don't know but I ***think*** she's going to ask us to discuss questions similar to what
we had to answer to the first part, so it might be helpful to be able to reference stuff from the
lectures? I could be entirely wrong so someone please lmk if i am
I too am very confused about what this exam is, do we each have to talk for a certain length of
time or anything like that?
(things to be able to reference during whatever this exam is)
"Picar a la española" (pg 12)
the verb picar, napkins on the ground, general cultural stuff
"Bares a millares" (audio)
-cultural significance of bars are different from western culture
"El mexicano y las fiestas" (pg 22)
-unify people of different classes/backgrounds and enhance national pride
"Las parrandas puertorriqueñas" (audio)
caroling, unifies people
"Una fiesta de impacto y infarto" (pg 30)
-las corridas de los toros
"El Museo de Oro de Bogotá" (pg 38)
"Las plazas mayores: ayer y hoy" (pg 44)
"Técnicas de mercado" (pg 51)
"El eclipse" (pg 62)
Indigenous group tricks/outsmarts colonizers
"Gitanos" (pg 68)
Combating racism and stereotypes with irony and sarcasm
"El machismo" (audio)
Adam and eve, article defending eve?
"Palabreo" (pg 85)