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Latinas Destroy the Super Bowl Halftime Show

“The Most Latin Super Bowl of All Time” Last week we were treated to a spectacle at the Super Bowl, the championship game of the professional “gridiron” football league in the USA.  But the Súper Tazón encompasses more than just the 60 minutes the players spend brutalizing each other.  The much-anticipated, extremely expensive commercials make […]

Posted in: "Cultura",
What is El Carnaval?
Foto por @ugurarpaci Carnaval is one of the most fun and important parties on the planet, but especially in Latin culture. It is a celebration that is lived in the street, where people dress up in colourful costumes and masks, in addition to non-stop singing and dancing! But from where and when did Carnaval originate? [...]
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¿Qué cultura llevamos al aula?

Saludo oficial. Visita de Estado a Nueva Zelanda, Junio 2009 Desde el auge del enfoque comunicativo en la enseñanza de lenguas extranjeras LE, el componente cultural ha cobrado gran importancia como parte de la competencia comunicativa. Así pues, los docentes de LE se han convertido en embajadores de estas dos realidades indisociables: lengua y cultura.  […]

Posted in: "Cultura", En Español,
On the Origins of Spanish Color Names

Where do the names of the colors in Spanish come from?

The topic of the colors has generated a lot of papers among anthropological and linguistic researchers, specially about the connection between language and perception: do we perceive better the tonal differences between those tones that have a name in our language? In this article we will not put the focus on the linguistic determinism, but, simply, in the origin of some color names in Spanish.

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How did Valentine’s Day come to Spain?
How did Valentine's Day come to Spain? This Anglo-Saxon custom did not set foot on Spanish soil until 1948, when José "Pepín" Fernández, founder of the Preciados Galleries, introduced the exchange of flowers, chocolates or gifts between lovers. Galerías Preciados is a well-known department store of Spanish origin; the company was founded in 1943 and [...]
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Learn Spanish the Musical Way
Learning Spanish language is learning culture! Learn Spanish with music! Would you like to better understand Hispanic culture?  Do you enjoy listening to music?  Would you like to combine these two desires? If so, then you are in luck!  In this new blog post we'll give you some tips to  improve your Spanish comprehension.  Think [...]
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