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Spanish Immersion Days

Inmersion Blog
These sessions have been developed in collaboration with the Education Office of the Spanish Embassy in the UK. As we always maintain, culture and language go hand in hand.
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Two infallible tips to read in a second language

Niño leyendo Blog
What is the most difficult thing for you in a second language? Writing? Speaking? Listening? I asked this question to some of our students and the majority said how difficult they found reading.
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An almodovar-esque plan for Wednesday

bad education
The FilmHouse is showing Pedro Almodóvar's Bad Education this Wednesday at 6.30pm. It is part of the "Introduction to the European Cinema" season held by the University of Edinburgh and the FilmHouse and the screening is also open to the public.
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Spanish at the Oscars 1

Gravity
The Oscar nominations were announced last week and "Gravity" - starring Sandra Bullock and George Clooney - has 10 nominations. But did you know there are Spanish speakers behind this film set in space?
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Let’s go to the cinema! / ¡Vamos al cine!

Gloria
Looking for something to do tonight? Our suggestion is go to the cinema. Today, at 6,15pm the Cameo Cinema is screening the Chilean film Gloria. This is a bold and original story: Gloria, a woman in her late fifties is looking for love.
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Merry Christmas! = ¡Feliz Navidad!

Turron
SALT wishes you a lovely Christmas day!     Thanks to Jonathan Pincas for the picture.
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A review from a student

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Thank you to those students who kindly wrote reviews about our lessons on Google. Here are a few of them:
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This thing that I want to say but I am not able to say…

sobremesa
There is a line which everyone who studies a new language must cross: the moment when you accept that every single word cannot be translated exactly.
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What is the difference between Spanish spoken in Spain and Latin America?

Hispanidad
We are frequently asked “What is the difference between Spanish spoken in Spain and Latin America?” Honestly, we find it very difficult to answer because the Spanish spoken throughout Latin America cannot be reduced to only one neat thing.
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End of Movember: Spanish moustaches

Mostacho
There is only one day left of Movember/November, the month of magnificent mustaches such as those displayed on some of our male students' faces this month.
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