3Personal space (from now on “PROXEMIC”) is the región surrounding a person which they regard as psychologically theirs. Personal space is an indicator of people´s relationship. Most people value their personal space and feel discomfort, anger, or anxiety when their personal space is surpassed.

4different personal spaces:  Intimate  distance (Until 46 cm) : This space is reserved for lovers, children and relatives. People we love and know very well. Personal distance (From  46cm to 1,2m,

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1. Where did Antonio meet his British friends? At a café in Madrid.

2. What did Antonio and Pablo have for afternoon tea? They got a couple of pints of beer.

3. What happened to the original Globe Theatre? It burned down in the middle of the 17th century and was destroyed again 30 years later.

4. What differences are there between today’s Globe Theatre performances and performances in the 1600s? The difference between those performances is that today’s the actors are wearing modern clothes, today

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ROMANTICISM (SUMMARY) was an artistic, literary, and intellectual movement that originated in Europe toward the end of the 18th century and its a reaction to the Enlightenment. The Romantic Movement emphasised the importance of emotional sensitivity and individual subjectivity. For the Romantics, imagination, rather than reason, was the most important creative faculty. POEMAS romanticism: Daffodils(W. Wordsworth) , She walks in beauty (L. Byron), Dreams (J. Dryden)

CHARACTERISTICSThe romantics have

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Larceny: wrongful taking (AR) of property of another, intent (MR) to perm deprive owner of property. The unauthorized taking and removal of the Personal Property of another by an individual who intends to permanently deprive the owner of it; a crime against the right of possession

Most forms of larceny involve the AR of taking and carrying away (“Asportation”)

And the MR the intent element of larceny.

The slightest movement of property can satisfy the Asportation element,

ex: pickpocket begins to

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NIVEL 1= 1)You ARE a student. 2)HeS from Canada. 3)We ARENT from Brasil. We re from Perú. 4) Hes my brother. HIS name is Martin. 5) My mother is from Argentina but HER parents are from Italy. 6)SARA”S brother is Tomas. 7)I have two DESKS. 8)His CHILDREN are Marc, Saskia and Alina. 9)THAT coat is Peters. 10)THESE trainers are new. 11)There ARE two chairs in my living room. 12)There ISNT any money in my wallet. 13)Are the books ON the chair? 14)The sofa is BETWEEN the two Windows. 15)I WORK in

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4.Strategies of persuasion: Classical rhetorical (Greeks) distinguished between 2 types of rhetoric communication:

  -The one which it was limited to mere eloquence in a predominantly aesthetic sense and that , according to their thinking , implies the rerunciaton of genuine persuasive intentions. 

  -The one which seeks to influence the receiver by making him change his attitude or opinion. That is the one which really tries to persuade. 

  -However , it is not always certain whether a

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