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JUAN LEÓN MERA LA “LA SALLE” HIGH SCHOOL
Group members: Johana Gavilanes
Katherine Vaca
Carol LasluisaDamián Carrillo
Andrés Ango
Juan Carrera
Date: Friday, December 9, 2011
Course: First “ D ”
A PLACETO STAY : SPAIN
Introduction of the Country.
Spain is known for , art, bullfights , flamenco , beaches and many hours of sunshine a year.
This land is and has been for millennia one of thecultural centers of Europe, is full of contrasts
beginning with its climate and landscape diversity which given the moniker "little Europe".

Custums or Traditions:
The Spanishcustoms are different then some of them:
The nap, street life, social life, family life, breakfast, lunch, dinner, times that vary
according to season.
Spanish Traditions are the bullfighting andflamenco but considerthat more important is
the veneration of the Virgen del Rocio.

Typical Food:

Ingredients:
Macaroni(pasta tubes) , ground beef , tomato sauce , salt , onion , garlic and oil.Preparation:
First put a pot whit water, salt and a Little oil. Once the water boils putt he macaroni
and let it cook for 10 to 15 minutes, then run-off.
In a pan put oil, onion finite peak untilthe garlic too cold, then in fact putt he ground
beef and salt.
Once done fried meat and tomato sauce with macaroni final mix.

Typical Clothes:
The typical dress of womenis Spain white shirt, a vest over the
shirt in black preferably corresponding to the bottom of a red skirtand black shoes, but
instead of men's dress shirt is not verydifferent white, black vest, black pants as capri and under white socks
and black zapatillitas.

Music and Typical Dance

The traditional music of Spain is Spanish pop, ye-ye (fast-pacedpop music) and moved, but...
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