-Where did the language Spanish come from?
*The language of Spanish actually comes from latin. It is also known as the language of the Roman Empire.
-What is a Besito?
* The noun called "Besito" is the Spanish way of greeting someone or saying goodbye with a little kiss on the cheek.
-On the Spanish-Speaking calendar, what day is the first day of the week?
* The first day of the week in the Spanish-speaking calender is Monday which translates to "Lunes". Unlike the English-Speaking calender, Americas first day of the week is Sunday (Domingo).
-How are the seasons different in the Southern Hemisphere?
* In the United States Winter last from December to February, Spring last from March to May, Summer last from mid June to late August, and Fall/Autumn last from September to November. In Spain they still have four seasons just like the United States but their winter season last for four months instead of three December to mid-March, however Summer has three months in it June to August. Spring also has three months in its season mid-March to May. When its Summer in the Southern Hemisphere it is Winter in the Northern Hemisphere.