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Capítulo 7- Clase 1 La comida
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Objetivos generales de la clase: Presentar vocabulario relacionado con la comida Presentar algunos pretéritos irregulares Vocabulario para estudiar: Lección 7, pp 186-187
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Cultura: José Martí José Martí escribió una poesía que sirvió de base para la popular canción «Guantanamera».
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José Julián Martí y Pérez Cuban poet, essayist and journalist, who became the symbol of Cuba's struggle for independence from Spain and who promoted better understanding among American nations. "No man has any special right because he belongs to any specific race; just by saying the word man, we have already said all the rights." Martí's three major collections of poems were Ismaelillo (1882), Versos sencillos (1891), and Versos libres , written in the 1880s, but published posthumously in 1913.
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The popular song Guantanamera is based on Marti's poem, which was made famous by the composer Joseíto Fernández. His style is still considered a model of Spanish prose. Martí's collected writings in 73 volumes appeared in 1936-53. The main body of Martí's prose was journalistic in nature, written for newspapers and magazines. In his essays he always reaffirmed his anti-colonialist and anti-racists beliefs. In his essay 'Nuestra América' (1891) Martí formulated his own pan-Latin-American doctrine. He emphasized the need to come to terms with the continents multi-racial identity and the importance of teaching thoroughly the history of America, from the Incas to the present. During the last fifteen years of his life, Martí sent regular contributions to important Spanish American newspapers and in his essays displayed a new style, which had a deep influence on the literary prose of every Spanish-speaking nation.
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Guantanamera Yo soy un hombre sincero De donde crecen las palmas Yo soy un hombre sincero De donde crecen las palmas Y antes de morirme quiero Echar mis versos del alma Chorus: Guantanamera Guajira Guantanamera Guantanamera Guajira Guantanamera Mi verso es de un verde claro Y de un carmin encendido Mi verso es de un verde claro Y de un carmin encendido Mi verso es un ciervo herido Que busca en el monte amparo Chorus I am a truthful man from this land of palm trees Before dying I want to share these poems of my soul My verses are light green But they are also flaming red (the next verse says,) I cultivate a rose in June and in January For the sincere friend who gives me his hand And for the cruel one who would tear out this heart
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