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Enterprise risk management framework 2017 order write for me capstone student activities unit 4 lesson 23 answers discovery metals broker reports inc knoxville Do you guys know how to say anything in Spanish to start off with? You guys know how to say... ¡Hola! That's good. Hi, friends! I'm Holly I'm Kelinda *It's a mix between Kelly and Linda (pretty) I'm Chloecita (Little Chloe) And they are my nieces. Meet my nieces My nieces really wanted to be on this channel, and I really wanted to show them off, honestly, because they're super cool and super sweet, so, I'm going to interview them, but it's going to be in English. Did you guys understand anything that I just said? No. You know what inglés means? English. Good! And we're doing this interview in English. Do you guys approve? Yes. Excellent. OK, let's start by hearing your full name, your age, and one interesting fact about each of you. Umm, my name is Kelly Eowyn Corbin. I'm 10 years old, and when I was born, I weighed 1lb 4 oz. My name is Chloe Grace Marie Corbin (she was named after me), and I am 9 years old, and I like to do opera. Alright. Can you tell me some of your hobbies? I like to do cross stitch. Ooh! You even brought it to show us? How cool is this! That is intricate! That's amazing! It's just like mine, except it's a cat, and it's finished. You do cross stitch as well? Yes. I ... That is awesome! Besides cross stitch, I like to... sing, and to dance. I like to create clothes for Barbies, and dolls in general, and I like to dance and sing as well. You guys were flower girls in our wedding, and it was an awesome experience for us, but I'd love to hear what your perspective was on finally getting to go to Mexico for the first time after hearing about it for so long, because your mom grew up there, you know that we all grew up there, and it's so close to our hearts. So, what-- what were your first impressions? I liked the food there. What I first had was... one of those corn things (?) the corn on the cob, you stick them in the butter... Oooh the- you buy them on the little street carts? Yeah. They're called elotes. I thought, "Well, great. I'm in Mexico. Now what?" Really? Yeah, like, so, what are we going to do? And I was also really excited, I'm like, I want to go to the park, I want to see a... I don't even know how to explain... they look really, really, cute! Like exlotl? I don't really know how to say it. Is it an animal? Yes. Like a salamander. O, like an iguana? No. It likes to live in the water. (Kelly's mom) You wanted to see the Axolotl, is that what you're talking about? (Kelly: yes!) Holly: Axolotl? Woow! Ok, can you say axolotl? Kelly: ax..olotl Holly: Very good! That's actually Aztec, which is Nahuatl. And they only live in Chapultepec Lake. Very cool! So, tell me one thing that surprised you about Mexico. I was really surprised that there was so many people out every day, selling things. I didn't really see much wildlife. Like, I didn't see like, much animals. Were you expecting to see, like, just tons of animals and stuff? I was expecting to see... like, on our way to Cancun, it was like, a long drive, and I was expecting to see monkeys. Yes, because we told you that we saw monkeys there, like 15 years ago. You didn't see any? We saw one on the crossing. It looked like an ape. And so, what you were saying, Chloe, is interesting, that there were so many people outside? Most people in America, they're just inside, most of the time. That's a good point! In the U.S., if you will. I thought that it was interesting that so many people are living their everyday lives in a different country, like, it's so much the same, but people are like, but that's a different country. What is an important phrase that you learned in Spanish? Where is the bathroom? Important. I don't speak Spanish. You can say, I barely speak any Spanish. That was the first phrase I learned. Casi means almost, so, it's "Casi no hablo español" Because you speak enough to say that. No?Just "I don't speak Spanish?" All right. That works. I had to use that at your wedding. The guy was like, [inaudible] I asked for a drink, and he was like, giving me the options, I'm like, "(in Spanish) I don't speak Spanish!" One of the words that I know is gato, and so, when we were having lunch at this very nice house in the mountain, There was a little kitty, and like, some little girls, and I would like, say, "Gato" (cat) And they were like, "Gato, gato, gato!" And I like saying that I - being able - that I could just say a word, and they'd be like, get all excited. Aww! They appreciated that you were trying to, you know, make the effort! That's really cool! Yeah, Even though I didn't really know many Spanish words, When we were leaving, the girls asked my dad if we came again, if we could play, and I was super touched. I was like, I'm not even sure if we'll ever be able to come back, but you guys are like my BFFs here. That's so sweet! Is there anything that you guys would say you miss, now that you're back here? Chloe: My friends. Kelly:I ... miss... Sunny Cancun! I'm definitely going to miss my friends. I miss them and I think of them every day. I hope that they get to see this video! That's so sweet! Anything else that you found interesting about Mexico? Or a funny moment that you experienced? Because you guys- you guys really had a crazy trip. Let's be honest! We had to go ... going down the mountain, I was super scared. OK. The video cut out, but, basically, what we were saying was, there's this crazy mountain road, and, believe me, we all have memories of this growing up. It's really close to the villages that my dad works with. It's one lane each direction, and it's all in the cliffs, and it's all kinds of curves, and you feel like at any moment you're going to roll off the cliff and die. And everybody else is so chill, they're just like, ahhhhhh, and I'm like, !!!!! I understand the stress, I totally get it. You guys told me a little bit about the food in Mexico, but I'd like to hear, you know, your top favorites. or, what were your thoughts on the food in Mexico? The "huevos rancheros" (ranch style eggs) Those were your favorites? Yes, when we went to this little Mexican restaurant for breakfast, the huevos rancheros were SO GOOD! And what, for people that don't know what huevos rancheros are, can you explain them a little bit? They're like ranch eggs, And it's like, a fried egg with like, a tortilla that's really crunchy and greasy and this yummy sauce on it. What did you call them exactly, when we were at the shop? I called them "Freshly explosive." Freshly explosive, huevos rancheros!! Because they seemed a bit spicier than when my mom makes them. They seemed a bit more spicy. You should rewrite the menu "Freshly Explosive Huevos Rancheros." What about the famous tacos? Like, are they the same as they are here in the US? No! No way! No, No! Like, It's my favorite thing, to watch the tortillas be made. Because we used to go walk by the shop to buy them, and we got to watch them make them. And it was so cool! But, there's also "Tacos alavess", and Arabes? (Arabian Tacos) Yea.. Oooh you ate Tacos Arabes. In Puebla? Yeah. Tacos al pastor. Oh, Tacos al pastor. You loved those too, huh? We loved the tacos. And when we had to spend the night, where we didn't know exactly where we were, and we just went across the street and bought tacos and we got to watch them chop the meat off this pokey thingy, and the .... pineapple on top of it. So delicious! We didn't really explain your trip, but How long were you down there, and where did you go? Two weeks. We flew from Illinois to Texas, layover, boom, boom, boom, fly to Mexico City. Then we drove to Cancun in a 15 passenger van! Not straight. Cancun from Mexico City is quite a distance! and you went somewhere else in between? Yes. We went to different places. we went... in between... Typical Tuggy family fashion. Yeah! So, you guys stopped in Veracruz? Yes. Wow. And we got to see our grandparents' home. And what did you think of the beaches down there? They're beautiful. Beauuu-ti-ful! Yeah. Yeah. We - we were at this hotel. Like, nobody would go down to this beach, because it was right next to where the boat would go to Isla Mujeres, And, we just went there, annd found fossils, and found all sorts of stuff, but nobody else went there. What I have to say about the sand, is that it was very beautiful! This doesn't look like sand in America. You know you know that Mexico is America, right? Right. Mexico's part of the American continent. Yes. But it wasn't like sand from .... like Michigan... USA It doesn't look like it. It looks like, more like, whiter. Is there any words of wisdom you would like to share? If you think you could like, maybe build a tower out of sticks, You try that! You try to make a tower out of sticks. I like your motivational quote. How about you, Chloe? You don't have to impart any wisdom. You could just sing opera if you want. OK. Now, I promise you, I'm not very good. I just practiced after I heard an opera at my school. And, I mean, my opera level's right here. The person's opera level was right here. I mean, probably mine's right there, and theirs's right there. All right, let's hear it! So, OK. We'll give you a warm round of applause to get you warmed up. (clapping) It's ok! I'll do it with you too! OK. Aaaaah ah ah ah ah ah aaaah. Well, we'll do a song called the Schuyler Sisters. It's from the musical, called Hamilton, and it's about this guy named Alexander Hamilton... No, No, Kel, how bout- how bout we do Yorktown? Oh, it's actually Yorktown, not Schuyler sisters. Sorry! It's from the same musical. [COMPANY] The battle of Yorktown. 1781 [LAFAYETTE] Monsieur Hamilton [HAMILTON] Monsieur Lafayette [LAFAYETTE] In command where you belong [HAMILTON] How you say, no sweat We're finally on the field. We’ve had quite a run [LAFAYETTE] Immigrants: [HAMILTON/LAFAYETTE] We get the job done [HAMILTON] So what happens if we win? [LAFAYETTE] I go back to France I bring freedom to my people if I’m given the chance [HAMILTON] We’ll be with you when you do [LAFAYETTE] Go lead your men [HAMILTON] See you on the other side [LAFAYETTE] ‘Til we meet again [ENSEMBLE] I am not throwin’ away my shot! I am not throwin’ away my shot! You know, I’m just like my country, I’m young scrappy and hungry And I’m not throwin’ away my shot! I am not throwin’ away my shot! [HAMILTON] ‘Til the world turns upside down… [ENSEMBLE] ‘Til the world turns upside down! Another song that we memorized fully is the Schuyler sisters, as we were going to do. BURR: There’s nothing rich folks love more Than going downtown and slumming it with the poor They pull up in their carriages and gawk at the students and the scholars Just to watch ‘em talk Take Philip Schuyler, the man is loaded Uh oh, but little does he know that His daughters, Peggy, Angelica, Eliza Sneak into the city just to watch all the guys at COMPANY: Work, work ANGELICA: Angelica! COMPANY: Work, work ELIZA: Eliza! PEGGY: And Peggy! The Schuyler sisters ANGELICA: Angelica! PEGGY: Peggy! ELIZA: Eliza! COMPANY: Work! PEGGY: Daddy said to be home by sundown ANGELICA: Daddy doesn’t need to know PEGGY: Daddy said not to go downtown ANGELICA: Like I said, you’re free to go But—look around, look around The revolution’s happening in New York ELIZA & PEGGY: New York COMPANY: Angelica SISTERS & COMPANY: Work! PEGGY: It’s bad enough Daddy wants to goto war ELIZA: People shouting in the square PEGGY: It’s bad enough there’ll be violence on our shore ANGELICA: New ideas in the air ANGELICA & ENSEMBLE: Look around, look around— ELIZA: Angelica, remind me what we’re looking for ALL MEN: She’s looking for me! ANGELICA and (COMPANY): Eliza, I’m looking for a mind at work (work, work) I’m looking for a mind at work (work, work) [x2] Woa-oah SISTERS: Woa-oah SISTERS & COMPANY: Work! BURR: Ooh, there’s nothing like summer in the city Someone in a rush next to someone lookin' pretty Excuse me, miss, I know it’s not funny But your perfume smells like your daddy’s got money Why you slummin’ in the city in your fancy heels? You searchin’ for an urchin who can give you ideals? ANGELICA: Burr, you disgust me BURR: Ahh, so you’ve discussed me I’m a trust fund, baby, you can trust me ANGELICA: I’ve been reading Common Sense by Thomas Paine So men say that I’m intense or I’m insane You want a revolution? I want a revelation So listen to my declaration: ALL SISTERS: "We hold these truths to be self-evident That all men are created equal" ANGELICA and (COMPANY): So when I meet Thomas Jefferson (unh!) I'm gonna tell him to include women in the sequel WOMEN: Work! ELIZA: Look around, look around at how Lucky we are to be alive right now ELIZA, PEGGY: Look around, look around at how Lucky we are to be alive right now ALL SISTERS: History is happening in Manhattan and we Just happen to be in the greatest city in the world SISTERS & COMPANY: In the greatest city in the world! (look around, look around)((hey, hey, hey, hey)) I’ve been reading Common Sense by Thomas Paine So men say that I’m intense or I’m insane (New York) You want a revolution? ((look around, look around)) I want a revelation So listen to my declaration ALL SISTERS: We hold these truths to be self evident That all men are created equal Look around, look around! How lucky we are to be alive right now! History is happening in Manhattan, and we just happen to be In the greatest city in the world In the greatest city in the world. Work, work Angelica Work, work Eliza And Peggy The Scuyler sisters We're looking for a mind at work, work Hey, he- he- hey In the greatest city, in the greatest city, In the greatest city in the world. In the greatest city in the world. [BURR:] How does a ragtag volunteer army in need of a shower Somehow defeat a global superpower? How do we emerge victorious from the quagmire? Leave the battlefield waving Betsy Ross' flag higher? Yo. Turns out we have a secret weapon! An immigrant you know and love who's unafraid to step in! He's constantly confusin', confoundin' the British henchmen Ev'rybody give it up for America's favorite fighting Frenchman! [COMPANY:] Lafayette! The person who plays Lafayette is .... is the fastest rapper on Broadway. [LAFAYETTE:] I go to France for more funds [COMPANY:] Lafayette! [LAFAYETTE:] I come back with more [LAFAYETTE AND ENSEMBLE:] Guns And ships And so the balance shifts [WASHINGTON:] We rendezvous with Rochambeau, consolidate their gifts [LAFAYETTE:] We can end this war at Yorktown, cut them off at sea, but For this to succeed, there is someone else we need: [WASHINGTON:]I know [WASHINGTON AND COMPANY:] Hamilton! If we manage to get this right They'll surrender by early light The world will never be the same, Alexander… Yeah!!! (clapping) Ladies and gentlemen, Kelly and Chloe! (clapping) You girls are awesome! Can you say "muchas gracias"? (Thank you very much) Muchas gracias!! (Thank you very much!) Bye! Bye, friends! Thanks for joining us! fashion capstone projects cheap Vassar College, Poughkeepsie.