ESPAÑOL II 021102 SESIÓN 5. Ejercicio 1. Escucha y relaciona con los diálogos (libro 33). Las Las Las Las Las Las. Ejercicio 2. ¿A qué hora…? Pregunta a tres compañeros a qué hora desayunan, almuerzan…. ¿A qué hora desayunas? ¿A qué hora almuerzas? ¿A qué hora comes?
¿A qué hora desayunas?
¿A qué hora almuerzas?
¿A qué hora comes?
¿A qué hora meriendas?
¿A qué hora cenas?
Juana de Castilla (6 November 1479 – 12 April 1555), known as Juana la Loca(‘the Mad’), was heiress of the Kingdoms of Castilla and Aragón, a union which evolved into modern Spain.She married Felipe I, known as Felipe el Hermoso(‘the handsome’), the son of Holy Roman EmperorMaximilian I. This ensured alliance with the Holy Roman Empire, a powerful, far-reaching territory which assured Spain’s future political security.
The Catholic Monarchs is the joint title used in history for la reina Isabel de Castilla and el rey Fernando de Aragón. Their marriage united both crowns under the same family. Castilla and Aragón remained largely separate entities for decades to come. The court of Fernando and Isabel was constantly on the move, in order to bolster local support for the crown from local feudal lords.
Isabel. In 1490 Isabella married Afonso, Prince of Portugal. He dies. In 1497 she was persuaded to marry Manuel I of Portugal, Afonso\'s uncle. In 1498, Isabella herself died while giving birth to Miguel da Paz, who was heir to the thrones of Castile and Portugal until his death in 1500.
Juan. In 1496 he marriedPhilip\'s sister (his sister Juana’s husband), Margaret of Austria. It was a good marriage and Juan was devoted to Margaret. Although it was a political alliance, it was a deep love match. On the 4 October 1497 he died of tuberculosis. Twomonthslater, Margaret gavebirth a deadbaby.
María.Her eldest sister Isabel, was the first wife of Manuel I of Portugal, but her death in 1498 created a necessity for Manuel to remarry; Maria became the next bride of the Portuguese king, reaffirming dynastical links with Spanish royal houses.
Catalina. She was three years old when she was betrothed to Prince Arthur, heir apparent to the English throne. They married in 1501, but Arthur died five months later. Catherine subsequently married Arthur\'s younger brother, the recently succeeded Henry VIII, in 1509. They had oneonlysurvivingchild, Mary I, futureQueen of England, known as ‘Bloody Mary’.