What is the Spanish?
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Spanish Flu This is a rather a old strain with its first appearance in 1918. In two years, over 30 million people died from Spanish Flu. Many of the soldiers returning from E…urope to North America brought the virus with them. In 1920 in New York City over 500 people a day were dying of it. There was no cure, it had to run its course. Such a world-wide illness is called a PANDEMIC.
The Spanish language, like English uses the Latin Alphabet (A, B, C) -- the only exception is the pronunciation of the letters and the addition of 4 extra "letters" (3 digraph…s and an accented character). They are CH, LL (makes a "y" consonant sound), RR (rolling R), and the tilde Ã± (n-y sound). A, B, C, CH, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, LL, M, N, Ã, O, P, Q, R, RR, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z
Spanish is awesome
Mainly Catholic Its actually mainly Muslim
The Spanish Armada was a large fleet of ships sent from Spain tobattle the British fleet. It was destroyed in violent storms beforethe battle off the coast of the Hebrides.
The Spanish Armada was the Spanish navy that sailed in 1588 with the goal of overthrowing Queen Elizabeth I of England and stop her involvement with the Spanish Netherlands. T…he campaign failed because of British naval attacks on the fleet. At the time, the British navy had dominance of the seas and naval supremacy.
The following website shows the entire Spanish alphabet (Alfabeto) and how to pronounce each letter: http://www.spanishspanish.com/alfabeto_ipower.html
The Spanish Peninsula is the peninsula made up of Portugal and Spain that extends out into the Mediterranean Sea and Atlantic Ocean.
bright flourcent warm colors such as fushia, yellow, and lazar red mini skirts are big there as well
Spanish disease is also called Syphilis. It is a sexually transmitted disease caused by the spitolchetal bacterium Treponema pallidum subspecies pallidum. Though it can also …be transmitted from birth. It can be treated with antibiotics like penicillin. If it is left untreated it can damage the heart, aorta, brain, eyes, and bones.
The accented E (Ã©) or acute E, has two uses. One is to indicate an accented vowel different from the one used by ordinary pronunciation rules. The other is to differentiate… between homonyms (e.g. Ã©l "he/him" and el meaning "the", masculine). This usage of the acute accent is called acento diacrÃtico .