write at least 200-word paper entirely in Spanish about a special, memorable, one-in-a-life-time event. If you run out of memory, feel free to make things up, you can be as creative as you want. Keep descriptive sentences to a minimum. Instead, concentrate on the actions that took place during that day: what happened; who did what, when, where; how it started, how it developed, and how it ended. Your verbs must be in PRETERITO (this is very, very important). Do not translate from English to Spanish, you do not have the level to do that. Write it directly in Spanish using what you know. o You may use an English-Spanish dictionary to look up individual words, but not an electronic translator like Google Translate, etc. Use structures, tenses and other elements learned in class, particularly PRETERITO. you are expected to write with some errors. o Keep it simple, write short sentences, if there is something you just cannot say, don’t say it, look for a different sentence, invent it if you have to. Avoid being elaborate, simplicity is the key.