Event Title

Argentina

Location

213 Main Hall

Start Date

29-4-2016 11:00 AM

End Date

29-4-2016 11:25 AM

Description

This presentation will encompass some major attractions that are in Argentina and things about the culture. We will discuss briefly, cultural foods and some traditions and what is important to Argentinians. We will also discuss briefly my ties to the culture and my family that lives there in Buenos Aires. Also, we will be learning about the dialect that is unique to this country. Lastly we will wrap up with talking about different cultural influences in the country including the Spanish, Italians and such as well as how they impact the rich culture of Argentina pertaining to food, clothes and traditions in all facets of life. The presentation will also be conducted in the Argentinian dialect to display part of the culture. Some small facts will also be mentioned including the Pope’s tie to Argentina, some famous films that have originated from there, and important history that connects to Argentina.

Comments

Nicolás Curtis is a first year student at Kent State Stark. He is working on a major in Spanish while minoring in education. After he graduates he hopes to pursue work teaching in his alma mater. He enjoys language, music and people when he is not occupied with school and work.

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Apr 29th, 11:00 AM Apr 29th, 11:25 AM

Argentina

213 Main Hall

This presentation will encompass some major attractions that are in Argentina and things about the culture. We will discuss briefly, cultural foods and some traditions and what is important to Argentinians. We will also discuss briefly my ties to the culture and my family that lives there in Buenos Aires. Also, we will be learning about the dialect that is unique to this country. Lastly we will wrap up with talking about different cultural influences in the country including the Spanish, Italians and such as well as how they impact the rich culture of Argentina pertaining to food, clothes and traditions in all facets of life. The presentation will also be conducted in the Argentinian dialect to display part of the culture. Some small facts will also be mentioned including the Pope’s tie to Argentina, some famous films that have originated from there, and important history that connects to Argentina.