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20 terms
DON QUIXOTE chapter 1
agitated
ardor
defiance
exploits
agitar
el ardor
el desafío
las proezas
agitated
agitar
ardor
el ardor
21 terms
Don Quixote Chapter 1 Vocabulary
wielding
ingenuity
valiant
folly
Handling a weapon or tool
Cleverness, inventiveness, resourcefulness
brave, courageous
foolish or senseless behavior
wielding
Handling a weapon or tool
ingenuity
Cleverness, inventiveness, resourcefulness
Don Quixote - Chapter 1 Vocabulary
Wield
Ardor
Agitated
Preposterous
to hold and use (usually a weapon or tool).
enthusiasm or passion
feeling or appearing troubled or nervous
contrary to reason or common sense; utterly absurd or ridicul…
Wield
to hold and use (usually a weapon or tool).
Ardor
enthusiasm or passion
22 terms
Don Quixote chapter 1
El hidalgo
la sobrina
la edad
el sobrenombre
nobleman, gentleman
niece
age
surname (last name)
El hidalgo
nobleman, gentleman
la sobrina
niece
Don Quixote Chapter 1
chapter
that
he treats
from, of
capítulo
que
trata
de
chapter
capítulo
that
que
10 terms
Don Quixote Vocabulary Words - Chapter 1
Wielding
Gallentry
Ardor
Agitated
hold and use (a weapon or tool)
Courageous behavior
Enthusiasm or passion
feeling or appearing trouble or nervous
Wielding
hold and use (a weapon or tool)
Gallentry
Courageous behavior
13 terms
Don Quixote Chapter 1 Vocabulary
Lugar
Mancha
Entre
Edad
Place
Stain
Between
Age
Lugar
Place
Mancha
Stain
Don Quixote Chapter 1 Vocab
sobrenombre
ama
pensamiento
desear
last name
housekeeper
thought
to wish
sobrenombre
last name
ama
housekeeper
21 terms
Don Quixote Chapter 1 Vocabulary
wielding
ingenuity
valiant
folly
Handling a weapon or tool
Cleverness, inventiveness, resourcefulness
brave, courageous
foolish or senseless behavior
wielding
Handling a weapon or tool
ingenuity
Cleverness, inventiveness, resourcefulness
20 terms
Don Quixote Chapter 1 Vocab
el ama (de casa)
un caballero andante
deshacer
hacerse
house-keeper: mujer que se ocupa de las tareas de su casa
knight: hombre con título de nobleza
undo/break: descomponer una cosa en las partes con que fue re…
to become
el ama (de casa)
house-keeper: mujer que se ocupa de las tareas de su casa
un caballero andante
knight: hombre con título de nobleza
43 terms
DON QUIXOTE CHAPTER 1 VOCAB
la mancha
acordarse de
hidalgo
ama
a territory in spain
To remember
nobleman
housekeeper
la mancha
a territory in spain
acordarse de
To remember
22 terms
VOCABULARIO DE DON QUIXOTE - CHAPTER 1
el hidalgo
la sobrina
la edad
elsobrenombre
gentleman, nobleman
Niece
age
surname
el hidalgo
gentleman, nobleman
la sobrina
Niece
35 terms
Don Quixote chapter 1-5 vocabulary
hidalgo
sobrina
al cabo
la dama
gentleman
niece
finally
lady
hidalgo
gentleman
sobrina
niece
10 terms
Don Quixote Vocabulary Words - Chapter 1
Lofty
Tumult
Folly
Smitten
Adjective: of imposing height... Ex: He has lofty goals.
Noun: A loud confused noise; confusion or disorder... Ex: Kristi…
Noun: Lack of good sense; foolishness... Ex: The young boy's was…
Verb: Strike with firm blow.... Ex: The blue knight smote the ki…
Lofty
Adjective: of imposing height... Ex: He has lofty goals.
Tumult
Noun: A loud confused noise; confusion or disorder... Ex: Kristi…
10 terms
Don Quixote Vocabulary Words-Chapter 1
ardor
wielding
exploits
resonant
enthusiasm or passion(n.)... ex: they felt ardor from their late…
hold and use(v.)... ex: he was wielding a big sword
make full use of and derive benefit from a resource(v.)
deep, clear, and continuing to ring(adj.)... ex: the music hall…
ardor
enthusiasm or passion(n.)... ex: they felt ardor from their late…
wielding
hold and use(v.)... ex: he was wielding a big sword
22 terms
CH1 Don Quixote
el hidalgo
la sobrina
la edad
el sobrenombre
gentleman, nobleman
niece
age
surname (last name)
el hidalgo
gentleman, nobleman
la sobrina
niece
35 terms
Spanish-Don Quixote Chapter 1~2
la caballería
el caballero
el hidalgo
andante
knight errantry
knight, gentlemen
noblemen
errant
la caballería
knight errantry
el caballero
knight, gentlemen
5 terms
Adventures of Don Quixote Lesson 1
armor
joust
honorable
mount
a protective suit, usually made of heavy metal, worn by knigh…
to participate in a competition to practice the fighting skil…
deserving respect
a horse or other animal intended to be ridden
armor
a protective suit, usually made of heavy metal, worn by knigh…
joust
to participate in a competition to practice the fighting skil…
19 terms
Don Quixote quiz 1
Molinos de Viento
El Burro
El Caballo
Aventuras
Molinos de Viento
El Burro
27 terms
Don Quixote Ch 1 vocab
mutton
constitution
meager
visage
the flesh of sheep, especially mature sheep, used as food
the composition of something
(of something provided or available) lacking in quantity or q…
a person's face, with reference to the form or proportions of…
mutton
the flesh of sheep, especially mature sheep, used as food
constitution
the composition of something
21 terms
Don Quixote, Ch.1 Vocab
wielding
ingenuity
valiant
folly
manejar
ingenio
valiente
locura
wielding
manejar
ingenuity
ingenio
50 terms
Don Quixote 1 - 5
el hidalgo
los libros de caballerías
el caballero andante
volverse loco
the nobleman
the books of chivalry
the knight errant
to go insane/crazy
el hidalgo
the nobleman
los libros de caballerías
the books of chivalry
19 terms
5th grade - Don Quixote- vocabulary chapters 1-3
homespun
chivalry
defiance
hack
loosely woven fabric, usually wool or linen, made from yarn s…
the ideal of medieval knights that emphasized gallantry, hono…
bold resistance to authority
a horse hired out for any use and generally worn out from har…
homespun
loosely woven fabric, usually wool or linen, made from yarn s…
chivalry
the ideal of medieval knights that emphasized gallantry, hono…
40 terms
Don Quixote Ch.1
a secas
acontecer
agravio
alabar
sin más
suceder
insulto
ensalzar
a secas
sin más
acontecer
suceder
50 terms
Don Quixote Disco 1
acordarse de
la adarga
los antepasados
un rocín
to remember
shield
ancestors
workhorse, nag
acordarse de
to remember
la adarga
shield
214 terms
Don Quixote Chapters 1-4
astillero
rozin
galgo
salpicon
lance rack
hack
greyhound
salad
astillero
lance rack
rozin
hack
14 terms
Don Quixote Chapter 3
Evil sorcerers.
A kidnapped Princess.
He tries to take the clothes from a fa…
Half his helmet and an ear.
What does Don Quixote believe the monks are?
Who does Don Quixote think is in the carriage?
Why do the drivers beat up Sancho?
Don Quixote loses what in the fight with an attendant?
Evil sorcerers.
What does Don Quixote believe the monks are?
A kidnapped Princess.
Who does Don Quixote think is in the carriage?
74 terms
Don Quixote chapter 2
Espantable
Enriquecer
Aspa
Acometer
Frightful
To get rich
Arm (of windmill)
To attack
Espantable
Frightful
Enriquecer
To get rich
16 terms
Don Quixote, Chapter 3
rouse
diabolical
bandy
rashness
Despertar
diabolico
Discutir
Impulsivo
rouse
Despertar
diabolical
diabolico
11 terms
Don Quixote - Chapters 1 & 2
¿De dónde era don Quijote?
¿Cómo era don Quixote?
¿Qué hacía don Quixote?
¿Qué podía hacer el caballero de la ar…
En un Lugar de la Mancha.
No era ni muy rico ni muy pobre.
Leía y leía los libros de caballerías.
Podia partir con su espada por la mitad a dos fieros gigantes.
¿De dónde era don Quijote?
En un Lugar de la Mancha.
¿Cómo era don Quixote?
No era ni muy rico ni muy pobre.
28 terms
Don Quixote Vocabulary: Chapters 1-5
La Mancha
Hidalgo
Libros de cabellerías
El Cid
Region in spain
nobleman
books about chilvary
Spain's great epic hero
La Mancha
Region in spain
Hidalgo
nobleman
42 terms
Don Quixote 1 - 4
el hidalgo
las caballerías
el caballero
fiero
nobleman
cavalries
knight, gentleman
fierce
el hidalgo
nobleman
las caballerías
cavalries
13 terms
Don Quixote, Capitulo 1
cuyo
hidalgo
sobrenombre
verosímil
whose
gentleman, nobleman
last name, surname
believable, probable
cuyo
whose
hidalgo
gentleman, nobleman
24 terms
Don Quixote Ch 1 vocab
cuyo
el hidalgo
la ama
el rostro
whose
son of someone/ minor nobleman
housekeeper
face
cuyo
whose
el hidalgo
son of someone/ minor nobleman
42 terms
Don Quixote 1 - 4
el hidalgo
las caballerías
el caballero
fiero
nobleman
cavalries
knight, gentleman
fierce
el hidalgo
nobleman
las caballerías
cavalries
42 terms
Don Quixote 1 - 4
el hidalgo
las caballerías
el caballero
fiero
nobleman
cavalries
knight, gentleman
fierce
el hidalgo
nobleman
las caballerías
cavalries
28 terms
Don Quixote Vocabulary: Chapters 1-5
La Mancha
Hidalgo
Libros de cabellerías
El Cid
Region in spain
nobleman
books about chilvary
Spain's great epic hero
La Mancha
Region in spain
Hidalgo
nobleman
28 terms
Don Quixote Lessons 1-4
according to
quote
transition words
armor
as said or written by a person or group, preposition
to repeat the exact words that someone else used, verb
words or a phrase used to move from one event to another, noun
a protective suit, usually made of heavy metal, worn by knigh…
according to
as said or written by a person or group, preposition
quote
to repeat the exact words that someone else used, verb
25 terms
Don Quixote - 1
cuyo
el rostro
el juicio
don Quijote
whose
face
reason/sanity
main character
cuyo
whose
el rostro
face
40 terms
ch 1 vocab don quixote
a secas
acontecer
agravio
alabar
sin más
suceder
ofensa
elogiar
a secas
sin más
acontecer
suceder
18 terms
Don Quixote 1-9 Comprehension
What did Don Quixote think wine bags w…
How did Sancho feel when Dapple was st…
Why did Don write Dulcinea a letter ?
Why did Don strip his clothes and act…
giants
sad
to feel sorry for him
it would show that he was crazy in love with Dulcinea
What did Don Quixote think wine bags w…
giants
How did Sancho feel when Dapple was st…
sad
11 terms
Don Quixote Ch1 Pt1 Vocab
Hidalgo
Ama
Madrugador
Sobrenombre
Persona que pertenece a la clase noble
Persona que cuida la casa: limpia, cocina, lava la ropa, etc.
Una persona que se despierta temprano
Apellido
Hidalgo
Persona que pertenece a la clase noble
Ama
Persona que cuida la casa: limpia, cocina, lava la ropa, etc.
8 terms
Don Quixote chs. 1-3
folly
resonant
ardor
tumult
n. lack of good sense, understanding, or foresight
adj. strong and deep in tone or ring
n. fiery intensity of feeling; passion
n. the din and commotion of a great crowd; a disorderly commo…
folly
n. lack of good sense, understanding, or foresight
resonant
adj. strong and deep in tone or ring
Don Quixote Ch. 1
chivalry
What genres does Cervantes switch betw…
When was Don Quixote written?
What qualities does Quixote possess as…
gentlemen's code
comedy, drama, tragedy, and adventure
beginning of 17th century
polite, gracious, and wise
chivalry
gentlemen's code
What genres does Cervantes switch betw…
comedy, drama, tragedy, and adventure
19 terms
Don Quixote Chapter One Test
Wench
Gallantry
Ingenuity
Impulse
young woman/girl
courage/bravery
cleverness/skillfulness
sudden urge/desire to act
Wench
young woman/girl
Gallantry
courage/bravery
15 terms
Don Quixote Chapter 11 Vocabulary
irritable
bearing
venting
muttering
ill-tempered
the manner in which a person carries himself
expressing emotion, letting off steam
grumbling, complaining
irritable
ill-tempered
bearing
the manner in which a person carries himself
16 terms
Don Quixote Chapter 3 Vocabulary
Rouse
Diabolical
Bandy
Rashness
Awaken
Having characteristics of the debil
To exchange works argumentatively
Ill considered haste
Rouse
Awaken
Diabolical
Having characteristics of the debil
13 terms
Don Quixote Chapter 6 Vocabulary
Covetous
Cherished
Vociferous
Resumed
Greedy for acquisition
Held dear, treated with affection
Intentionally loud
Began again
Covetous
Greedy for acquisition
Cherished
Held dear, treated with affection
18 terms
Don Quixote Chapter 3
Conocer
Éxito
Escoba
Cuadro
To meet
Success
Broom
Picture
Conocer
To meet
Éxito
Success
20 terms
Don Quixote chapter II
Maidens
Swineherd
Dwarf
Castle
Doncellas
Un porquero
Enano
Castillo
Maidens
Doncellas
Swineherd
Un porquero
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