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DON QUIXOTE
Las llanuras
Maligno
La armadura
Los molinos de viento
plains
evil
armour
windmills
Las llanuras
plains
Maligno
evil
Don Quixote
vile
enmity
flaccid
succor
evil or disgusting
hostile or anger
loose or flabby
to help
vile
evil or disgusting
enmity
hostile or anger
18 terms
Don Quixote
Chapter 1
Man has neglected his estate, squander…
He drove himself mad by reading to man…
The man decides to become a knight at…
...
...
...
This was the start of his pursuit of eternal glory.
Chapter 1
...
Man has neglected his estate, squander…
...
12 terms
Don Quixote
What name does Don Quixote choose for…
What were the 2 considerations when ch…
How can a simple change of name affect…
Who is Aldonza Loreno?
Don Quixote names his horse Rocinante
They were to indicate previous and present status and to have…
He will become a different person with a different name.
A farm girl who lives near Don Quixote. She would be his mist…
What name does Don Quixote choose for…
Don Quixote names his horse Rocinante
What were the 2 considerations when ch…
They were to indicate previous and present status and to have…
31 terms
Don Quixote
Miguel de Cervantes
1547
1605
it is believed that the stories of Don…
the authors name was
the author was born in
the author wrote Don Quixote in
explain how it is believed that the stories of Don Quixote ar…
Miguel de Cervantes
the authors name was
1547
the author was born in
34 terms
Don Quixote
andante
aquel
el asno
atacar
errant (wandering)
that
the donkey
to attack
andante
errant (wandering)
aquel
that
Don Quixote
Armor
joust
honorable
mount
a protective suit, usually made of heavy metal, worn by knigh…
a participate in a competition to practice the fighting skill…
deserving respect
a horse or other animal intended to be ridden
Armor
a protective suit, usually made of heavy metal, worn by knigh…
joust
a participate in a competition to practice the fighting skill…
14 terms
Don Quixote
lance
misfortune
quests
renewed
long, wooden spear with a sharp iron or steel head
bad luck
expeditions by knights in searching for something
to have been made like new; restored
lance
long, wooden spear with a sharp iron or steel head
misfortune
bad luck
Don Quixote
Lance
Misfortune
Squire
Quests
spear; spike; javelin
Bad luck; trouble; an unlucky event
Acted as a servant to the knight.
journeys undertaken in order to find something
Lance
spear; spike; javelin
Misfortune
Bad luck; trouble; an unlucky event
Don Quixote
Quests
Transform
Plagued
Faithful
A Search especially for something held valuable and precious
To change the nature, condition, or function or something of;…
To annoy, pester, harass
Loyal and dutiful; trustworthy
Quests
A Search especially for something held valuable and precious
Transform
To change the nature, condition, or function or something of;…
51 terms
Don Quixote
Who does Quixote believe will open the…
Of what material is Don Quixote's firs…
Who does Quixote's niece accuse of car…
At the beginning of the novel, what is…
a dwarf
pasteboard
Muñaton
Teresa
Who does Quixote believe will open the…
a dwarf
Of what material is Don Quixote's firs…
pasteboard
Don Quixote
Don Quixote
Sancho Panza
Dulcinea
tone of the text
excessively reading romances --> began to go mad ... believed th…
Quixote's Squire ... rushes to Quixote after seeing him fail in…
"damsel in distress"... Quixote announces falseness of an ideal…
...
Don Quixote
excessively reading romances --> began to go mad ... believed th…
Sancho Panza
Quixote's Squire ... rushes to Quixote after seeing him fail in…
Don Quixote
Cherished
Resumed
Lure
Pereived
Treated with affection
Began Again
Tempt
Sensed
Cherished
Treated with affection
Resumed
Began Again
23 terms
Don Quixote
Resurrect
Fictitious
Affable
Burnish
Restore (a dead person) to life
Not real or true, being imaginary or having been fabricated
Friendly, good natured, easy to talk too
Polish by rubbing
Resurrect
Restore (a dead person) to life
Fictitious
Not real or true, being imaginary or having been fabricated
Don Quixote
Resurrect
Fictitious
Affable
Burnish
To bring back to life
Fabricated; created by imagination
Warm and friendly
To polish
Resurrect
To bring back to life
Fictitious
Fabricated; created by imagination
Don quixote
el Lugar
La mancha
No hace mucho tiempo
los Libros de caballerías
Place
Stain
Not long ago
Books of chivalry
el Lugar
Place
La mancha
Stain
15 terms
Don Quixote
plagued
pierced
ignoranace
transformed
constantly troubled or bothered
poked a hole into; punctured
being unaware of important things; lack of knowledge
totally changed
plagued
constantly troubled or bothered
pierced
poked a hole into; punctured
12 terms
Don Quixote
Don Quixote
Sancho Panza
Roccinante
Dulcenia del Toboso
Crazy man who thinks he's a knight.
Farmer who thinks he's a squire.
Horse of Don Quixote.
Fictional character in Don's mind.
Don Quixote
Crazy man who thinks he's a knight.
Sancho Panza
Farmer who thinks he's a squire.
don quixote
Vile
Succor
Enmity
Flaccid
Evil, disgusting
To help in time of distress.
Hostility
Limp, flabby
Vile
Evil, disgusting
Succor
To help in time of distress.
Don Quixote
lance
misfortune
quests
renewed
long, wooden spear with a sharp iron or steel head
bad luck
expeditions by knights in search of something
mad like new again; refreshed, restored
lance
long, wooden spear with a sharp iron or steel head
misfortune
bad luck
12 terms
Don Quixote
buckler
hack
coursing
spare
a small shield
an horse used for riding
hunting
Lean or thin
buckler
a small shield
hack
an horse used for riding
Don Quixote
interminable
renown
redress
discourteous
having or seeming to have no end
a state of being wildly acclaimed
to correct or compensate for wrong or loss
impolite
interminable
having or seeming to have no end
renown
a state of being wildly acclaimed
214 terms
Don Quixote
astillero
rozin
galgo
salpicon
lance rack
hack
greyhound
salad
astillero
lance rack
rozin
hack
Don Quixote
Vile
Succor
Enmity
Flaccid
Evil, Disguisting
To help in time of distress
Hostility
Limp, Flabby
Vile
Evil, Disguisting
Succor
To help in time of distress
Don Quixote
Vile
Succor
Enmity
Flaccid
Evil or disqusting
To help in times of distress
Hostility
Limp, flabby
Vile
Evil or disqusting
Succor
To help in times of distress
Don Quixote
vile
succor
enmity
flaccid
evil and disgusting
to help in time of distress
hostility
limp, flabby
vile
evil and disgusting
succor
to help in time of distress
Don Quixote
Vile
Succor
Enmity
Flaccid
Evil, or disgusting
To help in the time of distress
Hostility
Limp, flabby
Vile
Evil, or disgusting
Succor
To help in the time of distress
37 terms
Don Quixote
Describe Quixania (Chapter 1)
What new name did Quixania give himsel…
What was Don Quixote's first armor hat…
After suiting himself with armor and f…
About 50, thin, tough of body, lean face, early riser, loved…
He gave himself the name of Don Quixote because he wanted to…
Cardboard
He needed a lady to be in love with.
Describe Quixania (Chapter 1)
About 50, thin, tough of body, lean face, early riser, loved…
What new name did Quixania give himsel…
He gave himself the name of Don Quixote because he wanted to…
78 terms
Don Quixote
ingenuity
valiant
folly
vanquish
the quality of being clever, original and inventive
possessing or showing courage or determination
lack of good sense
defeat thoroughly
ingenuity
the quality of being clever, original and inventive
valiant
possessing or showing courage or determination
31 terms
Don Quixote
Bakery
scenery
vocabulary
temporary
bake shop
landscape
language
short term
Bakery
bake shop
scenery
landscape
Don Quixote
astillero
rozin
galgo
salpicon
lance rack
hack
greyhound
salad
astillero
lance rack
rozin
hack
10 terms
Don Quixote
armor (noun)
challenge (verb)
conquers (verb)
coward (noun)
metal covering worn by knights for protection during battle
to ask someone to fight
takes over by force
someone who is not brave
armor (noun)
metal covering worn by knights for protection during battle
challenge (verb)
to ask someone to fight
10 terms
Don Quixote
adulation
archetype
chivalry
commended
uncritical admiration and praise
considered to be a perfect example of a certain kind of perso…
polite, kind, and unselfish behavior; especially by men towar…
one who has been praised
adulation
uncritical admiration and praise
archetype
considered to be a perfect example of a certain kind of perso…
Don Quixote
Vile
Succor
Enmity
Flaccid
Evil, or disgusting
To help in time of dismiss
Hostility
Limp,flabby
Vile
Evil, or disgusting
Succor
To help in time of dismiss
Don Quixote
vile
succor
enmity
flaccid
evil, disgusting
to help in time of distress
hospitality
limp,flabby
vile
evil, disgusting
succor
to help in time of distress
Don Quixote
Vile
Succor
Enmity
Flaccid
Evil or disgustings
To help in times of distress
Hostility
Limp, Flabby
Vile
Evil or disgustings
Succor
To help in times of distress
14 terms
Don Quixote
parody
chivalry
dreams
poetry
A form of literature intended to achieve a comic effect by mo…
the noble qualities that knights wre to have: bravery, loyalt…
Another word for goals
one of the three major types of literature, rhythm, musical,…
parody
A form of literature intended to achieve a comic effect by mo…
chivalry
the noble qualities that knights wre to have: bravery, loyalt…
Don Quixote
parody
Don Quixote
Dulcinea del Toboso
Rocinante
a humorous imitation of a serious work
sleeps too little and reads too much
Don Quixote´s ladylove
Don Quixote´s skinny nag
parody
a humorous imitation of a serious work
Don Quixote
sleeps too little and reads too much
78 terms
Don Quixote
ingenuity
valiant
folly
vanquish
the quality of being clever, original and inventive
possessing or showing courage or determination
lack of good sense
defeat thoroughly
ingenuity
the quality of being clever, original and inventive
valiant
possessing or showing courage or determination
21 terms
Don Quixote
In Part 2, Don Quixote hears of a nove…
What is Don Quixote's name on the batt…
What is left on Don Quixote's grave?
In the prologue, the author describes…
Cid Hamete Benegeli
Knight of Mournful Countenance
a poem
his unfortunate child
In Part 2, Don Quixote hears of a nove…
Cid Hamete Benegeli
What is Don Quixote's name on the batt…
Knight of Mournful Countenance
Don Quixote
Reward
Strange
Make a promise
Receive
If I can speak for 5 minutes in Italian will you give me a __…
Another word for bizarre / odd. Don Quixote had ____ ideas
When you M____ a P_______ , you must be sure that you can kee…
Yes, I R______ the parcel yesterday (ricevuto)
Reward
If I can speak for 5 minutes in Italian will you give me a __…
Strange
Another word for bizarre / odd. Don Quixote had ____ ideas
Don quixote
Narrator
Point of view
Tone
Tense
Cervantes
A moor who chronicled the true historical adventures of don q…
Mock seriousness
Past
Narrator
Cervantes
Point of view
A moor who chronicled the true historical adventures of don q…
Don Quixote
to harm
to make fun of
gentleman
housekeeper
dañar
burlarse de
hidalgo
ama
to harm
dañar
to make fun of
burlarse de
50 terms
Don Quixote
Versosímil
Requiebro
Desentrañar
Pendencia
Creíble
Alabanza que un hombre dirige a una mujer
Descifrar
Riña
Versosímil
Creíble
Requiebro
Alabanza que un hombre dirige a una mujer
24 terms
Don Quixote
Don Quixote
Sancho Panza
Rocinante
Dapple
the novel's tragicomic hero.
the peasant labor of don quixote
Don Quixote's barn horse
Sancho's donkey
Don Quixote
the novel's tragicomic hero.
Sancho Panza
the peasant labor of don quixote
Don Quixote
el nombre real de Don Quixote
el heroé de Don Quixote
el caballo viejo de Don Quixote
el nombre real de Dulcinea del Toboso
Alonso Quixano
Amadís de Gaula
Rocinante
Aldonza Lorenzo
el nombre real de Don Quixote
Alonso Quixano
el heroé de Don Quixote
Amadís de Gaula
14 terms
Don Quixote
spoil
afield
friar
dromedary
something valuable that is stolen or taken by soldiers or thi…
off the right course, far from the starting point
a male member of a religious group who studies or teaches abo…
a one-humped camel
spoil
something valuable that is stolen or taken by soldiers or thi…
afield
off the right course, far from the starting point
58 terms
Don Quixote
Haceres caballero andante
Buscar
Querido/a
La espada
To become an errant knight
To look for
Dear
The sword
Haceres caballero andante
To become an errant knight
Buscar
To look for
Don quixote
En un lugar de la Mancha, de cuyo nomb…
Una olla de algo más vaca que carnero,…
El resto della concluían sayo de velar…
Tenía en su casa una ama que pasaba de…
In a village of La Mancha, the name of which I have no desire…
An olla of rather more beef than mutton, a salad on most nigh…
The rest of it went in a doublet of fine cloth and velvet bre…
He had in his house a housekeeper past forty, a niece under t…
En un lugar de la Mancha, de cuyo nomb…
In a village of La Mancha, the name of which I have no desire…
Una olla de algo más vaca que carnero,…
An olla of rather more beef than mutton, a salad on most nigh…
7 terms
Don Quixote
Renewed
quests
Lance
Resound
Make like new
Searches or hunt
A long wooden spear with a sharp iron or steel head
To echo
Renewed
Make like new
quests
Searches or hunt
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