Are Spanish always late?People usually get out of the office late in Spain, and it’s quite cultural. It may seem like a lack of organization, but it also means employees are at the office later than normal. It’s probably another inheritance of the over-exploitation of employees from employers during the high unemployment period of the 1980s.Spaniards might not have the same timing as the rest […]
The Spanish language and its people are far more diverse than the stereotypes suggest.One of the myths is that more People Grow up Speaking English Than Speaking SpanishBecause English has become a worldwide lingua franca for science, tourism, and business, it’s easy to forget that English is far surpassed by two other languages in terms of numbers of native speakers.Easily ranking No. 1 is Mandarin […]
Spanish or Castilian? You’ll hear both terms used in referring to the language that originated in Spain and spread to most of Latin America. The same is true in Spanish-speaking countries, where their language can be known as either español or castellano.To understand why requires a look at how the Spanish language developed to its current form:What we know as Spanish is primarily a derivative […]
Miguel Hernández, (born Oct. 30, 1910, Orihuela, Spain—died March 28, 1942, Alicante), Spanish poet and dramatist who combined traditional lyric forms with 20th-century subjectivity.A goatherd in his youth, Hernández joined the Spanish Communist Party in 1936 and fought in the Civil War (1936–39). Condemned to death by the Nationalists after the war, his sentence was commuted to life imprisonment after international protests. He died in […]
Later in August we had a meeting with the club of retired people where materials where distributed and presentation was held about the project. Moreover, we had a nice discussion about the future activities what we can do in the next year together. We had a brainstorming about workshops, materials needed for them, etc.
We had meeting with the local government which some local inhabitants also take part. There leaflets and newsletters were distributed besides the presentation of the project (photos attached). Monika bartal (Slovakia)
There was an article written about the project on the news webpage the website traffic data of which is the following: https://ma7.sk/tajaink/bart-kiskozseg-egy-nemzetkozi-projektben
More info here: https://www.livescience.com/44376-italian-culture.html
At Petit Pas we presented the project to a group of young people who will take part in the project.Stay tuned!