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I Cultivate a White Rose (Cultivo Una Rose Blanca) by Jose.


Teach your students this lovely poem which has an inspirational meaning; Love your enemies and turn the other cheek.  I have my students read this, disucss their interpretation and symbolism of the white rose, then they practice pronouncing it in Spanish and I give them bonus points if they can memorize and recite it with feeling.

Teach your students this lovely poem which has an inspirational meaning; Love your enemies and turn the other cheek.  I have my students read this, disucss their interpretation and symbolism of the white rose, then they practice pronouncing it in Spanish and I give them bonus points if they can memorize and recite it with feeling.

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So, red is rojo , but becomes roja with a feminine noun eg la pelota roja (the red ball). The same is true of other colours - for example, negro (black) becomes negra etc.

Some colours don’t change their endings to match the GENDER. For example, naranja stays the same for both masculine and feminine nouns. El coche naranja - the orange car (masculine). La pelota naranja - the orange ball (feminine).


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