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  • La historia de Mcdonald`s

    1937 Los hermanos

    Mcdonald`s, Dick y Mack,

    abrieron un pequeo restaurante

    para autos en pasadera en

    California ellos sirven panchos y

    licuados.

    1945 Ellos tienen 20 camareros,

    todos los adolescentes van a la

    ciudad a comer hamburguesas.

    1948 Ellos llevan las

    hamburguesas en cajas y en

    bolsas de papel. Ellos bajan los

    precios de 30 centavos a 15

    centavos. Ellos cortan el men

    debajo de 25 cosas hacia

    solamente 9. All no hay ms los

    camareros la personalidad del servicio. As ms barato y rpido.

    Ellos tienen ventana alrededor de

    la cocina.

    As todos pueden ver todo

    limpio.

    Padres estrellas traen a los chicos

    al restaurante. Pobres familias

    comen en el restaurante por

    primera vez.

    1960 La compaa de

    Mcdonald`s abren cien

    restaurantes Mcdonald`s todos

    terminan en mal estados.

    1971 ellos abren el restaurante en

    Japn, Alemania y Australia.

    Ahora La compaa de Mcdonald`s abren un nuevos

    restaurante cada 8 horas! No hay

    ms que 14.000 restaurantes

    terminados en 70 en el pas.

    Los grandes restaurantes en

    Beijing en personas de republica

    China en pequeos en Ginza,

    Tokio los norteos restaurantes

    en sureos. Alaska los sureos en

    Gilson, Nueva Zelanda.

    Los restaurantes de Mcdonald`s

    sirven casi exactamente los

    mismos alimento en cada pas.

    Pero en Italia ellos sirven cerveza

    en regalos Mclak (salmn

    Burguer) a los Holandeses los

    vegetarianos.

  • The story of Mcdonald`s

    1937 The Mcdonald`s Brothers,

    dick and Mack, open a little drive

    in restaurant in Pasadena, California. The serve hot dogs

    and milk shakes.

    1945 They have 20waiters. All

    the tenagers in town eat

    hamburgers there.

    1948 They get paper boxes and

    bags for the hamburgers. They

    put the price down from 25

    things to only 9. There are no

    more waiters it is self service. So it is cheaper and gaster. And

    they have windows. All around

    the kitchen so everyone can see it is clean.

    Parents start bringing their

    children to the restaurant. Poor

    families eat at a restaurant for the

    first time.

    1960 The Mcdonald`s company

    opens hundreds of Mcdonald`s

    restaurants all over the states.

    1971 They open restaurants in

    Japan, Germany and Australia.

    Now The Mcdonald`s company opens a new restaurant

    every 8 hours! There are more

    than 14.000 restaurants in over

    70 countries.

    The largest restaurant is in

    Beijing in the peoples republic of china and the smallest in

    Ginza, Tokyo. The northernmost

    restaurant is in Fairlanks, Alaska

    and the southernmost in Gilson,

    new Zealand Mcdonald`s

    restaurants serve almost earthly

    the same good in every country.

    But in Italy they serve beer, in

    Norway the Mclak (salmon

    burger) and in the Netherlands

    the gronteburger (vegelarian).

    Antonella Albornoz

  • Caperucita Roja Haba una vez una adorable nia que era amada por todo aquel que le miraba, pero sobre

    todo por su abuela, y no haba nada que ella no le habra dado a la nia. Una vez, ella le dio una pequea casaca de terciopelo rojo, que le quedaba tan bien que ella no vesta otra

    prenda. As fue que siempre le decan Caperucita Roja.

    Un da su madre le dijo, "Ven, Caperucita Roja, aqu hay un trozo de torta y una botella

    de vino. Llvalas a tu abuela, ella est enferma y dbil, y le harn bien. Emprende tu viaje

    antes que haga calor, y cuando vayas, camina bien y tranquila y no te apartes del sendero,

    o puedes caerte y romper la botella, y entonces tu abuela no tendr nada. Y cuando entres

    a su cuarto, no te olvides de decir, buenos das, y no curiosees en cada rincn antes de

    hacerlo." "Tendr especial cuidado", dijo Caperucita Roja a su madre, y se fue.

    La abuela viva hacia el bosque, a media legua de la aldea, y apenas Caperucita Roja

    entr en el bosque, un lobo la encontr en el camino. Caperucita Roja desconoca qu

    criatura perversa era l, y no le tuvo miedo.

    "Buenos das, Caperucita Roja," le dijo. "Gracias , lobo."

    "Andando lejos tan temprano, Caperucita Roja?"

    "A la casa de mi abuela. "

    "Qu traes en tu delantal?"

    "Torta y vino. Ayer fue da de hornear, as que la abuela enferma tendr algo bueno que

    la fortalezca."

    "Dnde vive tu abuela, Caperucita Roja?"

    "A un buen cuarto de legua en el interior del bosque. Su casa est debajo de los tres

    grandes robles. Seguramente usted la conoce", respondi Caperucita Roja.

    El lobo pens: "Qu criatura joven y tierna. Ser ms fcil de comer que la anciana. Debo actuar con cuidado." Entonces camin un rato al lado de Caperucita Roja, y luego dijo,

    "Observa Caperucita Roja, qu hermosas son las flores por aqu por qu no miras a tu alrededor? Creo, tambin, que no escuchas lo dulcemente que estn cantando los

    pajarillos; caminas seria como si fueras a la escuela, mientras que todo aqu en el bosque

    es muy alegre."

    Caperucita Roja alz sus ojos, y cuando vio los rayos de sol bailando por aqu y por all a

    travs de los rboles, y las hermosas flores creciendo por doquier, pens, 'Y si le llevo a

    mi abuela una rosa? Eso la complacera tambin. Es tan temprano que tendr tiempo

    suficiente para llegar.' Y se alej del sendero hacia el bosque en busca de una rosa.

    Mientras tanto el lobo corri directamente a la casa de la abuela y golpe la puerta.

    "Quin es?" "Caperucita Roja," contest el lobo. "Traigo la torta y el vino. Abre la puerta."

    "Levanta el cerrojo," grit la abuela, "Estoy demasiado dbil, y no puedo levantarme."

  • Little Red Riding Hood Once upon a time there was a dear little girl who was loved by every one who looked at

    her, but most of all by her grandmother, and there was nothing that she would not have given to the child. Once she gave her a little cap of red velvet, which suited her so well

    that she would never wear anything else. So she was always called Little Red Riding

    Hood.

    One day her mother said to her, "Come, Little Red Riding Hood, here is a piece of cake

    and a bottle of wine. Take them to your grandmother, she is ill and weak, and they will

    do her good. Set out before it gets hot, and when you are going, walk nicely and quietly

    and do not run off the path, or you may fall and break the bottle, and then your

    grandmother will get nothing. And when you go into her room, don't forget to say, good-

    morning, and don't peep into every corner before you do it." I will take great care, said

    Little Red Riding Hood to her mother, and left. The grandmother lived out in the wood,

    half a league from the village, and just as Little Red Riding Hood entered the wood, a

    wolf met her. Little Red Riding Hood did not know what a wicked creature he was, and was not at all afraid of him. "Good-day, Little Red Riding Hood," said he.

    "Thank you kindly, wolf." "Whither away so early, Little Red Riding Hood?"

    "To my grandmother's." "What have you got in your apron?"

    "Cake and wine. Yesterday was baking-day, so poor sick grandmother is to have

    something good, to make her stronger." "Where does your grandmother live, Little Red

    Riding Hood?" "A good quarter of a league farther on in the wood. Her house stands

    under the three large oak-trees. You surely must know it," replied Little Red Riding

    Hood. The wolf thought to himself, "What a tender young creature. She will be better to

    eat than the old woman. I must act carefully." So he walked for a short time by the side of

    Little Red Riding Hood, and then he said, "See Little Red Riding Hood, how pretty the

    flowers are about here why do you not look around? I believe, too, that you do not hear how sweetly the little birds are singing; you walk gravely along as if you were going

    to school, while everything else out here in the wood is very merry. Little Red Riding Hood raised her eyes, and when she saw the sunbeams dancing here

    and there through the trees, and pretty flowers growing everywhere, she thought,

    'Suppose I take grandmother a rose. That would please her too. It is so early in the day

    that I shall still get there in good time.' And so she ran from the path into the wood to

    look for a rose.

    Meanwhile the wolf ran straight to the grandmother's house and knocked at the door.

    "Who is there?"

    "Little Red Riding Hood," replied the wolf. "I am bringing cake and wine. Open the

    door." "Lift the latch," called out the grandmother, "I am too weak, and cannot get up."

    Bry y Lu Alderetes

  • EL GARABATO

    Dibuje un garabato,

    tan pero tan

    garabato que

    pareca el rey de

    todos los garabatos

    del mundo.

    De repente, era un

    chico. De pro0no,

    un pez, un

    fantasma, una

    bruja, un dragn,

    un mosquito.

    Se quitaba un ojo y

    se lo colocaba

    sobre la nariz.

    Estiraba la lengua y

    la alargaba tanto

    que la usaba de

    cola. Parecia un

    garabato mago.

    Trate de leer y no

    pud