aawolthuis on April 13th, 2018

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Spanish II (1st, 2nd, 4th periods) Conversation Hearts Mini -Quiz

Memorize the following love messages from the Valentines Day lesson.  We will have a mini-quiz on Friday 2/23/2018.

de nada – you’re welcome

¿Que tal? – how are you?

adios – bye

todo mío –  all mine

¿Qué pasa? – What’s up

mi novia – my girlfriend

bella – beauty, pretty

solo tú – only you

te amo – I love you

dulce – sweet

vamos – let’s go

mi joya – my jewel

llámame – call me

amigo – friend

amor – love

linda – pretty

beso – kiss

mi vida – my life

para ti – for you

espero – I hope so

paz – peace

buen día – good day

guapo – handsome

 

 

aawolthuis on December 21st, 2017

Spanish III class (6th Period) – Please share your Utah travel brochure slide show with me at aawolthuis@wsd.net

Due date is Jan 4, 2018

aawolthuis on October 25th, 2017

1st quarter deadline is October 25th at 2:30 PM.

aawolthuis on August 23rd, 2017

1a – AVA 30 Classroom Items

aawolthuis on August 22nd, 2017

Welcome to Spanish class.  Attached is our course syllabus.Disclosure Spanish Snowcrest – syllabus

aawolthuis on February 14th, 2017

Spanish II (1st and 2nd periods) Conversation Hearts Mini -Quiz

Memorize the following love messages from the Valentines Day conversation hearts lesson.  We will have a mini-quiz on Tuesday 2/21/2017.

de nada – you’re welcome

¿Que tal? – how are you?

adios – bye

todo mío –  all mine

¿Qué pasa? – What’s up

mi novia – my girlfriend

bella – beauty, pretty

solo tú – only you

te amo – I love you

dulce – sweet

vamos – let’s go

mi joyita – my little jewel

llámame – call me

amigo – friend

amor – love

linda – pretty

beso – kiss

mi vida – my life

para ti – for you

espero – I hope so

paz – peace

buen día – good day

guapo – handsome

mi novio – my boyfriend

aawolthuis on October 6th, 2016

Spanish III (1st, 4th periods) – EXTRA CREDIT opportunity

10 Points

Shopping in a Hispanic market can be a fun cultural experience.  Students will receive 10 extra credit points for buying an item at a local Hispanic market and returning the receipt to Mr. Wolthuis before Thursday October 27th.  Running in and buying a pack of gum will get you the extra credit points, but I’d encourage you to browse the store and look for items that we have tried in class and also be daring enough to buy and try something new.  I hope that you’ll also check out the fresh bakery section of the stores (my favorite part).

Listed below are the names and addresses of a couple of the newest and most conveniently located.  (To receive the extra credit points you need only to visit one store.)

Anaya’s Market

150 N. Washington Blvd. (Just north of the old Wangsgard’s at 5 points)

Has a beautiful bakery section with birthday cakes and individual pastries.  I like buying the pre-seasoned “Al Pastor” pork meat by the pound and then taking it home and cooking it for tacos.  Anaya’s also has a small restaurant within the store where you could buy tacos ($1 each).

Rancho Markets

404 Washington Blvd.  and  905 E. 26th street

These are popular markets with over 10 stores in Utah.  The store on 26th street is very large with a good selection of soft drinks, juices and candy and a restaurant located on site.

All Spanish III Students,

Read these instructions carefully.  Look at the random photo below and then create 3 unique Spanish questions that come to mind when you see it.  You will not turn in these questions in writing, but rather you will call my Google voice phone number (1-801-917-4016) and leave me a voicemail saying your 3 Spanish question sentences.  Make sure that you state your full name and Spanish class period at the beginning of your message.  When finished I will be able to listen to your phone messages on my computer.  Your call will leave a caller ID, so don’t leave any prank calls.  This assignment is due by 7:40 Monday morning 08/29/16. This is worth 15 points.  Have a good weekend.

Simple steps to follow…

1- prepare your 3 questions from the photo

2- call 1-801-917-4016

3- wait for the leave a message “beep”

4- Say your full name and Spanish class period

5- read your 3 question sentences

6- hang up

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aawolthuis on August 22nd, 2016

Disclosure Spanish Snowcrest – syllabus