¡Hola! La tarjeta postal yo hice para mi clase de Español Once

This is the post card I made for my Spanish 11 class. I can’t find the write-up a.k.a. the letter I did in Spanish. This was supposed to be addressed to our professor Señora Anna Gloria Margarita Ventanilla-Degilla. I delivered this to her house in Area 2 in UP Diliman. I’m very proud of this work that’s why it’s here. I wonder what my grade here is. I only used Microsoft Powerpoint in doing this. I’m not very good at Photoshop so I just imitated one post card I saw in Media Center near the Film Department and made this.

I miss our Span 11 class. I took it last sem. I miss Señora and the class even though I’m not very close to every one. I miss my partner Mickee although I sometimes see her in our college. She’s always my partner in dialogues and other partner activities. Spanish language and culture is very interesting to study. I want to take Span 12 and Span 13 (which are Intermediate Spanish classes). I want to learn more about Spain even though they’ve been our colonizer for a long time. I just love the language because according to my Media Law prof, Spanish is a romantic language. But of course it’s just one reason. There are many other reasons. I want to go to Spain too!

The big space on the left of this card is where I wrote my note/letter to Señora. Gosh I can’t remember a thing I wrote there. Here’s one of my favorite Spanish expression: ¡Qué ganas tengo de verla!

It means I’m excited to see you!

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About Tero Diaz

Fresh graduate. Average person. Frustrated writer and lives life the punk-rock way.
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