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Argentina Essay

1109 words - 5 pages

PALERMO RECOLETA RETIRO LA BOCA MONSERRAT BELGRANO SAN TELMO
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ACTIVIDAD CULTURAL:
LOS BARRIOS DE BUENOS AIRES
y algunos aspectos culturales
Lucia Chamanadjian

Imagina que vas a estudiar en una universidad en Buenos Aires por un semestre y ahora tienes que buscar un apartamento allí. En Montreal te encantan los diferentes barrios, como el del Ghetto de McGill, el de Mile End o el de Le Plateau. Pero en Buenos Aires, ¿en qué barrio vas a vivir? ¿Qué te gusta de un barrio? ¿Quieres un barrio tranquilo o con mucha acción? ¿Te encanta ir a ...view middle of the document...

Interesar es como el verbo gustar: a mí me interesa-n a nosotros-as nos interesa-n a ti te interesa-n a vosotros-as os interesa-n a él, ella, Ud. le interesa-n a ellos,ellas, Uds. les interesa-n A mí me interesa visitar los cafés al aire libre, pero a mi amigo le interesan los centros culturales. |

Sección para los que NO hacen la presentación oral:

Conocimiento general de Buenos Aires:
Luego de hacer un recorrido por la red y de leer el Capítulo 5 de ¡Dímelo tú!, intenta responder 2 de las siguientes preguntas para conocer un poco más sobre Argentina y su cultura.

Preguntas | Respuestas |
¿Cuántos habitantes hay en Argentina? ¿Y en Buenos Aires? | |
¿Qué tipo de gobierno tiene Argentina? ¿Quién es el/la presidente de Argentina? | |
¿Cuántos países tienen frontera con Argentina? ¿Cuáles son? | |
¿Cuándo son los meses más cálidos? | |
Se dice que Argentina es el país más europeo de Sudamérica. ¿Sabes de qué país de Europa vinieron gran parte de los argentinos? ¿En qué año llegó la primera ola (wave) de inmigrantes? | |
¿Qué es el “mate”? ¿Cómo se consume y normalmente cuándo se toma? | |
¿Cuáles son los deportes más populares de Argentina? ¿Te gusta alguno de ellos? | |
¿Qué sabes de Argentina? ¿Qué más te gustaría saber de este país? | |

Una vez que hayas respondido, escribe la información en oraciones completas para presentarlas a tus compañeros de clase.

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TRABAJO PARA LOS GRUPOS
QUE HACEN LA PRESENTACIÓN ORAL

Grupo 1. ¡Los barrios de Buenos Aires!

El barrio que te gusta:

Belgrano Las Canitas Palermo

Aquí tienes algunas direcciones para ayudarte a decidir dónde vas a vivir y vas a explicarle a la clase por qué escogiste (chose) ese barrio.
¿Por qué lo encuentras interesante?
¿Qué aspectos te gustan?
¿Cómo es el barrio?
¿Tiene una historia interesante? ¿Qué historia tiene? (Si puedes usa tres verbos en pretérito aquí)
¿Es moderno o antiguo?
¿Y cómo es la arquitectura en tu barrio? ¿Cómo son las casas?
¿Cómo es la vida cultural?
Compara este barrio con otro explicando tu preferencia. ...

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