Presentation on theme: "Capítulo 4A ¿Adónde vas? Where are you going?. Chapter Objectives Talk about locations in your community Discuss leisure activities Talk about where."— Presentation transcript:
Chapter Objectives Talk about locations in your community Discuss leisure activities Talk about where you go and with whom Learn how to ask questions Understand cultural perspectives on leisure activities
Francisco de Goya (1746-1828) Francisco José de Goya was a Spanish romantic painter and printmaker regarded both as the last of the Old Masters and as the first of the moderns. Goya was a court painter to the Spanish Crown. The imaginative element in his art, as well as his bold handling of paint, was influential in the work of later artists, like Édouard Manet and Pablo Picasso.
Goya was famous for painting portraits – especially of royalty. Goya, through his works, was both a commentator on and chronicler of his era. The following is a portrait of Carlos IV (Charles IV) who was king of Spain from 1788 – 1808.
His portraits are notable for their lack of flattery. In the case of Charles IV of Spain and His Family, some Modern interpreters feel that this portrait (next slide) is a satire; it is thought to reveal the corruption present under Carlos IV. Under his reign his wife Louisa was thought to have had the real power, which is why she is placed at the center of the group portrait. From the back left of the painting you can see the artist himself looking out at the viewer.
In his painting, “El tres de mayo 1808” Goya sought to commemorate Spanish resistance to Napoleon's armies during the occupation of 1808. The painting's content, presentation, and emotional force secure its status as a groundbreaking, archetypal image of the horrors of war. Although it draws on many sources from both high and popular art, The Third of May 1808 marks a clear break from convention. According to the art historian Kenneth Clark, The Third of May 1808 is "the first great picture which can be called revolutionary in every sense of the word, in style, in subject, and in intention".
Goya was a soulful and intense artist that created art in many mediums and despite his own physical and mental health issues, continued painting up until his death in 1828. Some of his later works were considered very dark and may have reflected his own mental state. His paintings, “Los disastres de la guerra” (next slide) depicted the horrors of war.
Vocabulario del capítulo 4A la biblioteca - libraryel café - caféel campo - countryside la casa – house en casa – at home el centro comercial - mallel cine – movie theater
el gimansio - gymlas montañas - mountains el parque - park la piscina - pool la playa - beachel restaurante - restaurant
la iglesia - church la mezquita - mosque la sinagoga - synagogue el templo - temple el trabajo - work
To tell where you go… a – to (preposition) a la, al (a+el) to the… Vamos a la playa (feminine noun). Vamos al cine (masculine noun). ¿Adónde? – (to) Where? a casa – (to) home en casa – at home
To tell with whom you go… ¿Con quién? – With whom? con mis / tus amigos – with my/your friends solo, a – alone sólo – only solamente
To talk about when things are done ¿Cuándo? – When? después – afterwards después de – after los fines de semana – on weekends los lunes, los martes… - on Mondays, on Tuesdays… tiempo libre – free time
To talk about leisure activities ir de compras – to go shopping ver una película – to see a movie la lección de piano – piano lesson Me quedo en casa – I stay at home
Más vocabulario… ¿De dónde eres? – Where are you from? de – from / of generalmente – generally normalmente – normally ¡No me digas! – You don’t say! para + infinitive – in order to + infinitive
IR – it’s not just an ending… but a VERB too! ir – to go yo voy nosotros vamos tú vas vosotros vais Ud. va Uds. van él / ellaellos / ellas él / ellaellos / ellas
Little reminder… When you use the verb “deber” you must use an infinitive after it- just like “para.” Debes comer buena comida para mantener la salud. Debo caminar para estar saludable.