3 S2BW#2 7/8Write the fire drill procedure from this classroom.
4 S2BW#3 8/8: Write the questions and answers. What do you do to begin Spanish class?How will bell work be graded?When you are absent, where do you first look for work that you missed?What grade will you receive for assignments and tests when you are absent?
5 S2BW#4 9/8: Write the questions and answers. What do you need to obtain from Pupil Accounting when you are absent?How much will your grade decrease per day when work is late?If you do not complete an assignment and receive a zero, can you turn in the work late?
6 S2BW#5 10/8: Write the question and answer. What grade will you receive for cheating?Are you permitted to use an online translator for your work?Do you have permission to get out of your desk whenever you want?
7 S2BW#6 14/8/14 Copy and underline cognates and words that you know. Yo juro lealtad a la bandera de los Estados Unidos de América, y a la República que representa, una Nación bajo Dios, indivisible, con libertad y justicia para todos.
8 S2BW#6 14/8/14 Copy in English.I Pledge Allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.
9 S2BW#7 15/8/14 Copy, write the part of speech, translate and define. JuroVerbTo swearTo make a solemn promise; vow.From Medieval Latin iurata "an oath, an inquest," fem. past participle of Latin iurare "to swear," from ius (genitive iuris) "law"Related words:Perjurar(v) To perjureTo make oneself guilty of swearing falsely, esp. in a court of law.La jura(nf) OathEl jurado(nm) Jury
10 S2BW#8 18/8/14 Copy, write the part of speech, translate and define. LealtadNoun (f)LoyaltyA feeling of faithfulness or allegiance.From Latin legalem, from lex "law." Related words:Leal(aj) LoyalDesleal(aj) Disloyal
11 S2BW#9 19/8/14 Copy, write the part of speech, translate and define. BanderaNoun (f)FlagA piece of cloth, usually rectangular, of distinctive color and design, used as a symbol, standard, signal, or emblem.From Late Latin bandum "standard."Related words:El (La) abanderado (a)(nmf) Flag bearerLa banderita(nf) Small flag or pennant
12 S2BW#10 20/8/14 Copy, write the part of speech, translate and define. Los EstadosNoun (m)StatesA body politic, especiallyone constituting a nation.From Latin status "a station, position, place; way of standing, posture; order, arrangement, condition,"Related words:El (La) estadista(nmf) StatesmanEstadounidense(aj) American
13 S2BW#11 21/8/14 Copy, write the part of speech, translate and define. UnidosAdjectiveUnited Combined into a single entity. From Late Latin unitus, past participle of unire "to unite," from Latin unus "one" Related words:Unir(v) To unite, joinDesunir(v) To separateReunir(v) To reunite
14 S2BW#12 22/8/14 Copy, write the part of speech, translate and define. AméricaNoun (f)AmericaThe landmasses and islands of North America, Central America, and South America.From Modern Latin Americanus, after Amerigo Vespucci ( ) who made two trips to the New World as a navigator and claimed to have discovered it. His published works put forward the idea that it was a new continent, and he was first to call it Novus Mundus "New World." Related words (nf):La América CentralCentral AmericaLa América del NorteNorth AmericaLa América del SurSouth AmericaLa América LatinaLatin America
15 S2BW#13 25/8/14 Copy, write the part of speech, translate and define. La RepúblicaNoun (f)RepublicA political order in which the supreme power lies in a body of citizens who are entitled to vote for officers and representatives responsible to them. Latin respublica "the common weal, a commonwealth, state, republic," literally res publica "public interest, the state," from res "affair, matter, thing" + publica "public"Related:El (La) republicano(a)(nmf) RepublicanEl público(nm) Public
16 S2BW#14 26/8/14 Copy, write the part of speech, translate and define. RepresentaVerbRepresents (stands)To stand for; symbolize From Latin repraesentare "make present, set in view, show, exhibit, display," from re- "again, back, anew, against,"+ praesentare "to present," literally "to place before"Related:El (La) representante(nmf) RepresentativeLa presencia(nf) Presence
17 S2BW#15 27/8/14 Copy, write the part of speech, translate and define. Una NaciónNoun (f)One Nation A relatively large group of people organized under a single, usually independent government; a country.From Latin nationem "birth, origin; race of people, tribe," literally "that which has been born," from natus, past participle of nasci "be born"Related:La nacionalidad(nf) NationalityEl nacionalismo(nm) NationalismNacer(v) To be born
18 S2BW#16 28/8/14 Copy, write the part of speech, translate and define. BajoPrepositionUnderIn a lower position or place than.From Latin bassus “thick, fat, stumpy, short, low, base.” Related:Bajo(a)(aj) Low, shortBajar(v) To lower
19 S2BW#17 29/8/14 Copy, write the part of speech, translate and define. DiosNoun (m)GodOne Supreme BeingFrom Latin deus “god”Related:La diosa(nf) GoddessEndiosar(v) To make into a god, deifyAdiós(int) Goodbye
20 S2BW#18 2/9/14 Copy, write the part of speech, translate and define. JusticiaNoun (f)JusticeThe quality of being just; fairness.From Latin iustitia "righteousness, equity," from iustus "upright, just,” from ius "right." Related words:Justificar(v) To justifyJusto(a)(aj) JustAdios, from phrase a dios vos acomiendo "I commend you to God."
21 S2BW#1 3/9/14 Copy and underline cognates and words that you know. Acción del Segundo Congreso Continental, 4 de julio de 1776 La Declaración Unánime de los trece Estados unidos de AméricaCUANDO en el Curso de los Acontecimientos humanos se hace necesario que un Pueblo disuelva los Lazos Políticos que lo han vinculado a otro y adopte entre los Poderes de la Tierra la Posición igual y separada a la que las Leyes de la Naturaleza y de la Naturaleza Divina le dan derecho, un Respeto apropiado por la Opinión de la Humanidad exige que dicho pueblo declare los motivos que lo impulsan a la Separación.
22 S2BW#1 3/9/14 Copy in English.Action of Second Continental Congress, July 4, 1776 The Unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of AmericaWHEN in the Course of human Events, it becomes necessary for one People to dissolve the Political Bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the Powers of the Earth, the separate and equal Station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature's God entitle them, a decent Respect to the Opinions of Mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the Separation.
23 S2BW#2 4/9/2014 Copy, give the part of speech, translate, and define. AcciónNoun (f)Action Something done, such as an act or deed from Latin actionem (nominative actio) "a putting in motion; a performing, doing," noun of action from past participle stem of agere "to do"Related:Accionar(v) To take actionReaccionar(v) To reactLa interacción(nf) Interaction
24 S2BW#3 4/9/2014 Copy, give the part of speech, translate, and define. SegundoAdjectiveSecondComing next after the first in order, place, rank, time, or quality.From Latin secundus "following, next in time or order," also "secondary, subordinate, inferior," from root of sequi "follow"Related words:El segundo(nm) Second (time)El segundero(nm) Second hand on a clockEl segundón(nm) Child who is not the first born
25 S2BW#4 8/9/2014 Copy, give the part of speech, translate, and define. CongresoNoun (m)CongressThe national legislative body of a nation, especially a republic.From Latin congressus "a friendly meeting; a hostile encounter," past participle of congredi "meet with, fight with," from com- "together" + gradi "to walk," from gradus "a step"Related words:El (La) Congresista(nmf) A member of a congressCongregar(v) To bring together
26 S2BW#5 9/9/2014 Copy, give the part of speech, translate, and define. ContinentalAdjective Of or relating to the American colonies during and immediately after the American Revolution.From Latin continentem "holding together, continuous," present participle of continere "hold together,“ from com- "together" + tenere "to hold" Related words:El continente(nm) ContinentTranscontinental(aj) TranscontinentalSpanning or crossing a continent.Continuar(v) To continue
27 S2BW#6 10/9/2014 Copy, give the part of speech, translate, and define. La DeclaraciónNoun (f)DeclarationAn explicit, formal announcement, either oral or written. from Latin declarationem, noun of action from past participle stem of declarare "make clear, reveal, disclose, announce," from de- ”off, down from, away from” +clarare "clarify," from clarus "clear" Related words:Declarar(v) To declareDeclararse(vr) To declare one’s feelings or intentionsDeclarado(a)(aj) Declared
28 S2BW#7 11/9/2014 Copy, give the part of speech, translate, and define. UnánimeAdjectiveUnanimousSharing the same opinions or views; being in complete harmony or accord.From Latin unanimus "of one mind, in union," from unus "one" + animus "mind" Related words:Uno(a)(pron) OneLa unanimidad(nf) UnanimityLa unidad(nf) Unity
29 S2BW#8 16/9/2014 Copy, give the part of speech, translate, and define. Los EstadosNoun (m)StatesA body politic, especially one constituting a nation.From Latin status "a station, position, place; way of standing, posture; order, arrangement, condition."Related words:La estación(nf) Station; seasonEl estado de ánimo(nm) State of mind(animus “mind” BW#7)
30 S2BW#9 17/9/2014 Copy, give the part of speech, translate, and define. UnidosAdjectiveUnited Combined into a single entity. From Late Latin unitus, past participle of unire "to unite," from Latin unus "one" Related words:El universo(nm) UniverseÚnico(aj) Only, uniqueEl unísono(nm) UnisonAn instance of agreement; concord.
31 S2BW#10 18/9/2014 Copy, give the part of speech, translate, and define. El CursoNoun (m)CourseOnward movement in a particular direction; progress. From Latin cursus "a running race or course," from curs- past participle stem of currere "to run"Related:Cursar(v) To take a courseDar curso a(v) To give way toEl transcurso(m) Period or passage of time
32 S2BW#11 19/9/2014 Copy, give the part of speech, translate, and define. AcontecimientosNoun (m)EventsSomething that takes place; an occurrence.From Latin eventus "occurrence, accident, event, fortune, fate, lot, issue," from past participle stem of evenire "to come out, happen, result," from ex- "out" + venire "to come." The Spanish acontecimiento (“something that happened; event”) comes from the Latin contigere “to touch.”Related:Acontecer(v) To happen
33 S2BW#12 22/9/2014 Copy, give the part of speech, translate, and define. HumanosAdjectiveHumanOf, characterizing,or relating to man and mankindFrom Latin humanus "of man, human," also "humane, philanthropic, kind, gentle, polite; learned, refined, civilized," probably related to homo "man." Related:Humanitario(a)(aj) HumanitarianLa humanidad(nf) Humanity
34 S2BW#13 23/9/2014 Copy, give the part of speech, translate, and define. NecesarioAdjectiveNecessaryAbsolutely essential.Latin necessarius "unavoidable, indispensable, necessary," from necesse "unavoidable, indispensable," originally "no backing away," from ne- "not" + cedere "to withdraw, go away, yield." Related:Necesitar(v) To needEl (La) necesitado(a)(nmf) Needy personLa necesidad(nf) Necessity
35 S2BW#14 24/9/2014 Copy, give the part of speech, translate, and define. PuebloNoun (m)PeopleTown; townspeopleA body of persons living in the same country under one government; a nationalityFrom Latin populus "a people, nation; body of citizens; a multitude, crowd, throng." Related:La población(nf) Population**Poblar(v) To populatePoblado(aj) Populated
36 S2BW#15 25/9/2014 Copy, give the part of speech, translate, and define. DisuelvaVerbDissolve (disolver)To bring to an end by or as if by breaking up; terminate.From Latin dissolvere "to loosen up, break apart," from dis- "apart" + solvere "to loose, loosen" Related:La disolución(nf) DissolutionLa solución(nf) Solution A homogeneous mixture of two or more substances, which may be solids, liquids, gases, or a combination of these.
37 Subject pronouns SINGULAR 1st person = yo 2nd person = tú 3rd person = él, ella, Ud.PLURAL1st person = nosotros(as)2nd person = vosotros(as)3rd person = ellos, ellas, Uds.
38 S2BW#16 26/9/2014 Copy, give the part of speech, translate, and define. PolíticosAdjectivePoliticalOf, relating to, or dealing with the structure or affairs of government, politics, or the state. From Latin politicus "of citizens or the state, civil, civic." Related:El (La) político(a)(nmf) PoliticianPolitizar(v) To politicizePolitiquear(v) To engage in politics
39 S2BW#17 29/9/2014 Copy, give the part of speech, translate, and define. VinculadoAdjectiveConnectedJoined or fastened together.From Latin vinculare “bind.”Related:Vincular(v) To bind, tieEl vínculo(nm) Bond; tieLos vínculos(nmp) Links (comp)
40 S2BW#18 30/9/2014 Copy, give the part of speech, translate, and define. PoderesNoun (m)PowersA person, group, or nation having great influence or control over others. From Latin potentem "powerful," present participle of potere "be powerful," from potis "powerful, able, capable; possible."Related:Apoderar(v) To empower, authorizePoderoso(a)(aj) Powerful
41 S2BW#19 1/10/2014 Copy, give the part of speech, translate, and define. La TierraNoun (f)The EarthThe third planet from the sunFrom Latin terra “land, earth.”Related:Aterrar(v) To buryDesterrar(v) To exile
42 S2BW#20 2/10/2014 Copy, give the part of speech, translate, and define. Related:La oposición(nf) OppositionPoner(v) To put, placePosiciónNoun (f)PositionThe right or appropriate place.Latin positionem "act or fact of placing, situation, position, affirmation," noun of state from past participle stem of ponere "put, place."
43 S2BW#21 3/10/2014 Copy, give the part of speech, translate, and define. IgualAdjectiveEqualHaving the same quality, value or measure as another.Latin aequalis "uniform, identical, equal," from aequus "level, even, flat; on a level with; friendly, kind, just, fair, equitable, impartial; proportionate; calm, tranquil."Related:Igualar(v) To equalDesigual(aj) Unequal
44 S2BW#22 7/10/2014 Copy, give the part of speech, translate, and define. NaturalezaNoun (f)NatureThe whole system of the existence, arrangement, forces, and events that are not controlled by man.From Latin natura "course of things; natural character, constitution, quality; the universe," literally "birth," from natus "born," past participle of nasci "to be born.“ Related:Nacer(v) To be bornEl Renacimiento(nm) RenaissanceLa nacionalidad(nf) Nationality
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