Spanish Essay Topics

The spanish conquerors

By the 16th century the Spanish empire was sending expeditions to expand their colonies. With the blessing of the Pope the Spaniards sent expeditions mainly to expand their economy in the guise of spreading the Catholic Faith. Countries like Cuba, Philippines, Mexico and etc. were colonized. The Spanish fleet landed at the Yucatan and Mexican… View Article

Inca Garcilaso De La Vega

Comments like this and other even more radical and shock are those who have coined the West line of thought in his authoritarian Eurocentric and respect America and its inhabitants, to be given to face in 1492 with a New World unknown to them, and even, ignored in their entirety. As Europe and worldview (customs,… View Article

Spanish Armada

The Spanish Armada showcased the Spaniard’s boldness and determination to expand their territory and their religion of Catholicism. However, there are several underlying reasons on why Spain waged a war against England. The decision of King Philip II to launch a fleet of naval ships towards the North have been influenced by many consecutive incidents… View Article

The Implications of Spanish

The United States is the world’s fourth largest Spanish-speaking country. This ranking should not come as a surprise to anyone. According to Renan Alemendarez Coello (qtd. in Hochmuth), it is not that hard to find someone who speaks either limited English or no English at all on the street today. Indeed, recent demographic studies and… View Article

The Great Spanish Writer; Federico Garcia Lorca

Federico was gifted in many areas. He was not only a playwright but also a poet, pianist, actor, artist, and a lecturer. Calling him just a mere writer will not be according him the respect that he deserves (Gibson 555). Federico was one of the Spanish 20th century most famous poets not only for the… View Article

Spanish literature

From Latin litterae (plural); letter is the art of written work. The word literature literally means: “things made from letters”. The body of written works of a language, period, or culture. Imaginative or creative writing, especially of recognized artistic value: “Literature must be an analysis of experience and a synthesis of the findings into a… View Article

My Best Friend

Believe it or not, my best friend is an elderly woman in her late 70s. Her name is Maria. She is Spanish decent, married, with no children. We couldn’t appear to be more different. Maria and I met at the gym last year. That’s about all we had in common when we met – that… View Article

Why being on time is important

Being on time is one of the most basic, yet most important things about what we do, as Marines, and Military Policemen. Most Marines understand this concept and are able to comply willfully and promptly due to the extent they have been taught regarding the importance of being on time and the punishment that can… View Article