La Casa de la Cultura

Hola Amigos!

Yesterday was busy as well.  We all attended our first Spanish class in the morning.  I am learning to speak better in the past tense.  There are no more than 3 students in any one class.  We practice reading, writing, and speaking.  The entire class in taught in Spanish.

After a tasty lunch, we visited La Casa de la Cultura, it is Quito’s archaeological musuem.  We were able to learn about the different cultures that lived in Ecuador before the arrival of the Inca and Spaniards.  There were many artifacts – ceramics, metals, shell, even a mummy!

Today and tomorrow we will have Spanish classes in the morning  and then spend the afternoon with los ninos in the afterschool program.

Hasta Luego!


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Chair of Social Science, Humanities,
& Foreign Languages

Liberal Arts & University Transfer
Craven Community College

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New Bern, NC 28562
Phone: 252.638.7328
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