Nueve vs Nuevo

Nueve vs Nuevo

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Nueve vs Nuevo

Nueve & Nuevo are commonly confused by Spanish language learners because of the similarities in the phonetic.

Here is the difference between them:

While “Nueve” means number “9”, “Nuevo” is the Spanish version of the adjective “New” in masculine form, so you can find the word “Nueva” for “New” in feminine form, and “Nuevos”, and “Nuevas” if we want to express them in plural.

Examples using the with the word “ Nueve

  1. Mi hija tiene nueve años.

Mi daughter is nine years old.

  1. Hay nueve planetas en el universo.

There are nine planets in the universe.

  1. Faltan nueve días para mi cumpleaños.

There are nine days left to my birthday.

  1. El nueve es un numero impar.

Nine is an odd number.

  1. Mi examen de español es el nueve de abril.

Mi Spanish test is on April 9th.

Examples using the word “Nuevo

  1. Mi auto es Nuevo.

Mi car is new.

  1. Mis anteojos de sol son nuevos.

My sunglasses are new.

  1. Quiero un cellular Nuevo.

I want a new cell.

  1. Ese vestido es Nuevo.

That dress is new.

  1. Esos zapatos son nuevos.

Those shoes are new.

  1. Te presento a Alicia. Es la nueva secretaria.

Let me introduce you Alicia. She is the new secretary.

  1. Estas palabras no son nuevas para mi.

These words are not new for me.

  1. ¿Es tu cartera nueva?

Is your handbag new?

  1. ¿Qué hay de Nuevo?

What’s up!

10. ¿De Nuevo?

Again?

11. ¿Qué buenas nuevas me traes?

Do you have good news for mi?

 

TEST YOURSELF on Nueve vs Nuevo: Fill in the blanks with the right word.

  1. Yo tengo un libro __________.
  2. Estas sillas no son __________.
  3. Me voy de viaje el __________ de abril.
  4. Esos empleados son __________.
  5. Hay __________ planetas en el universo.
  6. Ven a la fiesta de Año __________.
  7. Lo hice de _________.

Saying containin a word from Nueve vs Nuevo:

“¡El final, es el comienzo de algo Nuevo!”

“The end is the new beginning!”

KEY To Nueve vr Nuevo Test:

  1. Yo tengo un libro Nuevo.
  2. Estas sillas no son nuevas.
  3. Me voy de viaje el nueve de abril.
  4. Esos empleados son nuevos.
  5. Hay nueve planetas en el universo.
  6. Ven a la fiesta de año Nuevo.
  7. Lo hice de Nuevo.

 

Easter in Peru

Easter in Peru is celebrated as part of the Holy week or Semana Santa!

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The Holy week starts with Palm Sunday or Domingo de Ramos, then Ash Wednesday or Miércoles de ceniza, Thursday or Jueves Santo, and Good Friday or Viernes santo, are nacional holidays which becomes a long weekend to spend with family and friends in a relaxed way in observance to the death and resurrection of Jesus christ!

On Thursday, catholic visit 7 churches and collect holy water from each church for blessings. The archbishop also washes the feet of 12 people which represent the 12 disciples.

Traditionally at midday, the calm covers the cities, since we are helping our lord to go through this pain before his death. The bars, restaurants, and theaters, close. Music is lowered. Traditional catholic avoid any sign of celebration and remain calm and praying. Some fast until Saturday.

Good Friday is really solemn since is the day when Jesus dies. The central event is the 3 hours Sermon. The calm continues. People attend religious celebrations or spend the time in family gatherings.

On Good Friday at night we celebrate the Easter Vigil and await for Jesus Christ resurrection

On Holy Saturday, the city recobres its regular spirit and a big meal is prepared to celebrate Jusus Christ resurrection

The Holy Week ends with the resurrection mass.

The food on Thursday & Friday excludes red meat and chicken. Only fish is eaten, especially on Friday. Cod is the favorite.

National TV channels show different easter celebrations like masses, different talks about te passion and death of Jesus Christ, easter movies like Pasion y Muerte de Jesucristo, Ben Hur and another ones as part of the celebration of Easter in Peru.

Turism in Peru is really big these days. Peruvians and visitors from all over the world visit different Peruvian cities to attend the different celebrations for Semana Santa. Ayacucho city, which is the venue of the biggest Semana Santa celebration in Peru and second in the world, is the most popular

That’s how we celebrate Easter in Peru.

READ IT IN SPANISH: Easter in Peru – Semana Santa en Perú

La Pascua en Perú es celebrada como parte de la Semana Santa.

La Semana Santa comienza con el domingo de ramos, seguido por el Miércoles de Ceniza, Jueves Santo, Viernes Santo, Sábado de Gloria y Domingo de Resurrección.

Jueves Santo y Viernes Santo son feriado nacional dando paso a un fin de semana largo para pasar con la familia y los amigos en una forma relajada en conmemoración de la muerte y resurrección de Jesucristo.

El jueves, los católicos visitan 7 iglesias y recogen agua bendita de cada iglesia para llenarse de bendiciones. El arzobispo también lava los pies de doce personas quienes representan los doce discípulos. http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jueves_Santo

El viernes Santo es realmente solemne, ya que es el día en el cual Jesús muere. El evento central es el Sermón de la Tres Horas. La calma continua. Se asisten a celebraciones religiosas o se pasan momentos familiares.

Tradicionalmente al mediodía, la calma cubre la ciudad ya que estamos ayudando a nuestro señor a sobrellevar este dolor antes de su muerte. Los bares, restaurants, y teatros, cierran. Se baja el volumen de la música. Tradicionalmente los católicos evitan cualquier signo de celebración y permanecen calmados y rezando. Algunos ayunan hasta el sábado.

El viernes Santo es realmente solemne ya que es el día en el cual Jesús muere. El evento central es el Serm;on de las Tres Horas. La calma continua. Las personas asisten a celebraciones religiosas o pasan el tiempo en reuniones familiares. http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Viernes_Santo

El Viernes Santo por la noche se hace la Vigilia Pascual, en conmemeración de la resurrección de Jesucristo. http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vigilia_Pascual

El Sábado de Gloria, la ciudad vuelve a la algarabía normal y se hace una gran comida para celebrar que Jesucristo ha resucitado. http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sábado_Santo

La Semana Santa termina con la misa de Resurrección.

La comida del Jueves y Viernes Santo excluye carnes rojas y pollo. Solo se come pescado, especialmente el Viernes Santo. El bacalao es el favorito.

La televisión nacional pasa programas concernientes a la Pascua, como misas, comentarios acerca de la pasión y muerte de Jesucristo, el Sermón, películas como La Pasión y Muerte de Jesucristo, Ben Hur entre otras. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wcj7gUJC08o

El turismo en el Perú es muy grande en estos días. Los peruanos y visitantes de todas partes del mundo visitan diferentes ciudades para presenciar las tradicionales celebraciones de Semana Santa. La ciudad de Ayacucho, la cual es sede de la celebración mas grande de Semana Santa en el Perú y segunda en el mundo, es la mas popular.

http://elcomercio.pe/turismo/1389666/noticia-semana-santa-ayacucho-capacidad-hotelera-esta-copada-al-100.

Semana Santa en Ayacucho http://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Semana_Santa_en_Ayacucho

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Spring Break 2013

 

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Here we provide you a Spring break 2013 calendar of some of the most prestigious colleges, universities and high schools in Los Angeles Area we have worked with.

COLLEGE – UNIVERSITY

Santa Monica College Spring Break 2013: April 8th – April 14th, 2013

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USC Spring Break 2013: March 18th – March 23rd, 2013

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UCLA Spring Break 2013: March 22nd – March 27th, 2013

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Loyola Marymount University Spring Break 2013: March 4th – March 8th 2013

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HIGH SCHOOL

Palisades Charter High School Spring Break 2013: March 25th – April 1st

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Milken Community Highschool Spring Break 2013: March 25th – April 5th 2013

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Harvard-Westlake School Spring Break 2013: March 25th – April 5th, 2013

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Brentwood School Spring Break 2013: March 21st – April 7th

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Oakwood School Spring Break 2013: March 25th – April 8th

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The Buckley School Spring Break 2013: March 22nd – April 8th

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Winward School Spring Break 2013: March23rd – April 8th

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Archer School for Girls Spring Break 2013: March 25th – April 29th

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Loyola High School Spring Break 2013:  March 29th – April 7th  Easter Break

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Crossroads school Spring Break 2013: Not found

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Wildschool Spring Break 2013: not found

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Beverly Hills High School & BHHS Spring Break 2013: April 1st – April 5th

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Grammy 2013

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Rihanna realmente engalanó la noche de la quincuagésimo quinta presentación de los premios Grammy hoy. Ella cantó “I want you to stay”- “Quiero que te quedes”. Ella llevó un vestido largo azul noche que contrastó muy bien con sus labios y uñas rojas. Su micrófono con un delicado acabado en dorado brilló con su magnifica voz.

19 presentaciones hicieron de esta edición del Grammy, una noche inolvidable.

“Fun” ejecutó una gran presentación con Carry on, y finalmente se otorgó los premios a canción del año con “We are young”- “Somos jovenes”  y mejor artista nuevo

Una de las presentaciones mas esperadas fue la de Justin Timberlake quien regresaba al mundo de la música despues de cuatro años. Como lo dijo Beyonce al anunciarlo, “Justin es un hombre que nació para cantar” y realmente no solo cantóo, sino también encantó.

Bruno Mars encabezó el elenco que rindió un merecido tributo a Bob Marley.

Definitivamente el vestido que impacto mas en esta presentacion de los premios Grammy fue el vestido de Carrie Underwood.

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