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Ah. 8 minutes, 48 seconds. Now I’ll head back up... No, I’d better not just yet... And if you ever come to visit Taxco, I suggest that you don’t bring your bike, unless you prefer to see the pavement of the city up close. Lección 6 Comercial Mexicana Ad Mexico BOY Will you buy it for me?... C’mon! BOY Buy it for me, buy it for me, buy it for me, buy it for me! WOMAN No, sweetheart. BOY Will you buy it for me? Will you buy it for me? Will you buy it for me? BOY Roar! BOY Will you buy it for me? Will you buy it for me? Will you buy it for me? Will you buy it for me? BOY I want it! WOMAN OK. I’ll use what I saved… and because it’s inexpensive. WOMAN Wow, look! It is really cheap! BOY Mom, Mom, look at what this woman bought for me! NARRATOR And you? Do you go to a supermarket or to La Comer ?
Lección 1 Lección 1 Flash cultura Videoscript 151 © 2015 by Vista Higher Learning, Inc. All rights reserved. flash cultura videoscript Encuentros en la plaza ARGENTINA Corresponsal: Silvina Márquez SILVINA ¡Hola! Hello and welcome to Flash cultura and... buckle up! My name is Silvina Márquez. Today you’re about to embark with our reporters in an expedition to the Spanish-speaking world. So get ready and open your eyes and minds to the sociable and warm people you’ll be meeting along the way. SILVINA Yes, because Argentinians and Spanish- speakers all over the world have one common bond: they are intensely social people. Ever heard of “comfort zone,” that distance from others in which you feel comfortable? SILVINA Well, they haven’t. Not that they don’t have it; they just don’t worry about it. They are gregarious people. SILVINA They love getting together at birthday parties, clubs, dinners, demonstrations, cafés, soccer stadiums. SILVINA And, of course, plazas. Ever since colonial times, the plaza or square has been the epicenter of social and political life. Even pets have a place to meet with their neighbors in some plazas! SILVINA The vast majority of cities and towns in the Spanish-speaking world have at the center... this... the plaza. SILVINA In many small towns, the plaza is the center of town, where all of town’s administrative offices are located, and also the main church and very important buildings. The plaza is the focal point of neighborhoods and barrios . SILVINA In a city like Buenos Aires there are literally hundreds of plazas, some located in front of important administrative centers, like Plaza Rodríguez Peña and Plaza Congreso , which are in front of the Ministry of Education and the Congress. SILVINA Today, however, we are at the Plaza de Mayo . Here you can see the Casa Rosada, which is the Argentine equivalent of the American White House. SILVINA Also located here are the Cathedral and the Cabildo , the first government’s house. You can see this is a government center because they’re setting flags.

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