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  • 1. Patagonian NYC Argentina Giselle Diez Teen World
  • 2. What did I say? ¡Hola! Mi nombre es Giselle. Vine a hablarles de mi país, Argentina.
  • 3. ¿De que color es mi país?
  • 4. América del Sur
  • 5. Argentina • Southern Country in the world • Spanish-speaking country La Capital del país es Buenos Aires. Yo nací en la Patagonia, en la ciudad de Puerto Madryn
  • 6. Cultura Nacional Mate Tango Asado
  • 7. Soccer/Fútbol
  • 8. World Famous Argentinians Lionel Messi Ernesto “Che” Guevara Pablo Prigioni Manuel Ginobili Papa Francisco or Pope Francis
  • 9. Patagonia
  • 10. Patagonia Population Density Provincia del Chubut: 0.96 people per square mile New York State: 412 people per square mile
  • 11. Puerto Madryn
  • 12. Puerto Madryn
  • 13. Home Culture
  • 14. Mi Familia
  • 15. Un día en mi vida: fin de semana Facturas Wake up at some point before noon ☺ Breakfast 12:30-1pm Lunch Empanadas
  • 16. Un día en mi vida: fin de semana After Lunch go out with friends to “downtown” Puerto Madryn and drink mate with facturas in the beach/shore. Downtown Puerto Madryn
  • 17. Un día en mi vida: fin de semana At night, 10pm, asado with family or friends.
  • 18. Being a Patagonian NYC Córdoba City: - big city - good University NYC: “Nacido Y Criado” Means: Born & Raised It took: - Leaving my family - 900miles = 20-hour bus drive - Economic situation Patagonia
  • 19. Leaving Patagonia As a result: - Study what I wanted - Get to know people from all over the country and open my mind - “Open the path” for my siblings who were also able to go to study - Get out of the pre-set model: high school → any job → family
  • 20. Mate Mate Bombilla Yerba
  • 21. Mate
  • 22. ¿Tienen alguna pregunta? ¡Gracias!