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Vocabulario Esperanza El Rancho de las Rosas Mexico to America Family and Friends
Question Las Uvas
Answer 1 – 10 Grapes
Question Los higos
Answer 1 – 20 Figs
Question Las Guayabas
Answer 1 – 30 Guavas
Question Algun dia
Answer 1 – 40 For someday
Question Los campesinos
Answer 1 – 50 Field-workers
Question At what age will Esperanza celebrate her quinceaneara?
Answer 2 – 10 15
Question What happens to Esperanza that foreshadows the death of her father?
Answer 2 – 20 She cuts her finger on a thorn.
Question What activity do Esperanza and Abuelita do while waiting for Papa to return?
Answer 2 – 30 crotcheting
Question What happens on Esperanza’s birthday every year? (give 3 things)
Answer 2 – 40 Porcelain doll from Papa Hand-made clothes from Mama A fiesta Her father serenading her in the morning
Question Why does Esperanza worry that bandits will harm her father?
Answer 2 – 50 They do not know he is a kind and unselfish man
Question What city is El Rancho de las Rosas in?
Answer 3 – 10 Aguascalientes
Question What is Alfonos’s job title on el Rancho de las Rosas?
Answer 3 – 20 El jefe (the boss)
Question What do Esperanza and her Papa hear coming from the earth? What does this signify?
Answer 3 – 30 The earth’s heartbeat, it signifies their livelihood, and their love for el Rancho de las Rosasl
Question What remains from the fire?
Answer 3 – 40 Metal that could not burn, and Esperanza’s porcelain doll and Abuelita’s crotcheting
Question “She could hear it too. The beat rushing in her ears. Shmoop, shmoop, shmoop” contains what literary technique?
Answer 3 – 50 Onomatopoeia
Question What fruit is covering the truck bed that hides the women on the way to the train?
Answer 4 – 10 Guavas (Las Guyabas)
Question What is the name of Alfonso’s brother?
Answer 4 – 20 Juan
Question Why is this train ride different than what Esperanza expected?
Answer 4 – 30 She was used to riding in fancy cars, with a meal and nice table linens, etc.
Question What does Esperanza think of the people on the train?
Answer 4 – 40 They are peasants, dirty, and beneath her
Question What does Mama make for the peasant girl on the train?
Answer 4 – 50 A yarn doll
Question When Esperanza tells them that “between them ran a deep river” she is using:
Answer 5 – 10 metaphor
Question What does Papa wear that celebrates his ranch?
Answer 5 – 20 A belt buckle
Question What do Carmen and Mama trade on the train?
Answer 5 – 30 They trade two red hens for hand-made crotcheted lace doilies
Question What is Tio Luis’s job?
Answer 5 – 40 President of the local bank
Question What does Tio Luis do that scares Esperanza?
Answer 5 – 50 He pays attention to her, acknowledges her, and touches her shoulder to console her
Final Jeopardy Abuelita uses two metaphors to describe Esperanza’s life. Pick ONE and explain.
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