¡Hola! Feliz día de los muertos. It wouldn’t be fair to have all of the grammar that we’ve been going over and not have anything dealing with the rich culture of Spanish-speakers. November 1st and November 2nd make an important occasion and although it might appear to on the surface, it has NOTHING to do with Halloween!
El día de los muertos, or ‘Day of the Dead’ is a day in which people are believed to return from the dead to visit their living relatives. This tradition is celebrated differently from country to country and even different regions have their own celebration.
There are already some pretty good resources on this holiday. Check them out!
Day of the Dead video links:
Making sugar skulls
Making Pan de muertos (dead bread)
Papel picado (en español)
Hey Jer, I’m really enjoying the lessons =)
Thanks for posting them!
Hola, I love the videos and would love to show the gar, car, zar one to my students, but you have to change the preterito of almorzar. You say it correctly, but on the screen it says almuerzaste, etc. I love what you’re doing, though. Keep up the great work, and send me any other great educational videos anytime. -Betty
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I enjoy your grammar videos and recommend them to my high school Spanish classes. I just discovered your links to culture sites/activities and am impressed, but I was disappointed to discover that the link to the Dia de los Muertos site for Papel Picado takes me to the same Pan de Muertos site that you have as a different link.