The Spanish government approved on Friday the bill amending the Civil Code to grant Spanish citizenship to all descendants of Sephardim (Spanish Jews) who apply for it and certify that status while they may retain the citizenship of their country of origin. The Sephardi Jews were the Jews who lived in Spain before their expulsion during… Read more »
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We go on with the interviews that our associates from an agency that represents our courses abroad during their visit. Today it is Marina Castillo’s turn. You can see the interviews with Irene Cañas and Ángeles Guerrero in the previous blog posts. We hope that Marina’s answers and tipps for learning languages are useful for you, whether you have… Read more »
The second interview that our colleagues from an agency that represents our courses did, was with our Spanish teacher Ángeles Guerrero. Some days ago we published the interview with Irene Cañas and in the next days we will publish the one with Marina Castillo when the translation is ready. We hope that her answers and… Read more »
It is clear, we gain a lot from reading, it gives us the possiblity to live several lives instead of only one, it helps us to put ourselves in the other’s place, it opens our horizon, it boosts our imagination, and much more. And if we make good use of our reading time and read in the language that we are learning, we kill two birds with one stone.
Matt Perren had an aim: to create a stop-motion video lip-synching the song “Don’t stop me now” by Queen composed of 1011 photos of himself (selfies) every day for 3 years. He achieved it and in this video you can see the awesome result. It is worth watching it several times to observe the details. What… Read more »
Welcome to our new blog from the Academia Pradoventura. We are José Luis Garrido Rodríguez and Anja Dibbert, the founders of this international language school. It’s the first post of this blog, so we’ll answer some of the questions our students always ask us.