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ENGLISH ACTIVITIES- ENGLISH TABLE

Wendy . Blog Publicado 06 Enero 2013

Practice SPEAKING ENGLISH or HELPING others to speak English, and then PRACTICE SOME MORE !

It's EASY, FAST and FUN !

This week's topic: SPANISH TRADITIONS:
"La Tomatina, los Toros, y el Botellón" Add anything
else you'd like to talk about---"churros and chocolate",
"Procesiones, desfiles y la Calbagata de los Reyes."
Before you know it you'll be talking NON-STOP "por los codos!"

Everyone is welcome at the ENGLISH ACTIVITIES every week.

It's a good way meet new people and learn about different customs and traditions.

I'd like to take this opportunity to thank all the foreign exchange students, both Erasmus and Laureate who participated in these activities 1st trimester. We hope to see some of you and your new friends now in 2013.

The best time to start is NOW !

When: Wednesday, January 9th 10:30-12:30 and/or

Thursday January 10th 14:30-16:30

Where: Basement Hall Building A

Contact: wendy.frankel@uem.es 91 211 5547

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Comentarios (5)
Luis Ruiz (no verificado)
5 Febrero 2016 12:29 pm Responder

Happy New Year¡¡¡¡ I´ll be there...

Fernando Magari... (no verificado)
5 Febrero 2016 12:29 pm Responder

hi! my new year's purpose is to improve my english. I want to speak with other nationalities people to perform it. I think that "botellon" is a good way to start :)

B1_T4M_ZAIDAPRO... (no verificado)
5 Febrero 2016 12:29 pm Responder

Spanish traditions i think are really great, we have a lot of traditions such as, la Tomatina, the nap (siesta), the bulls, ewell with the bull tradition not all people agree, also the ham, all people nowadays love ham all over the world, the Holy week, the three wise men.. and a lot of more traditions that not in all countries can enjoy them!

B1_T4M_JESUS MI... (no verificado)
5 Febrero 2016 12:29 pm Responder

In my opinion, 'botellón' isn't properly to explain Spanish traditions. When you go abroad, people from other countries think that Spain is a continuous party, and it is not like that.It´true that there are traditions like 'Tomatina' that it´s a party, but we have a lot of culture and many traditions that are much more important and they aren´t related to party, such as The Holy Week.

B1 T4M Miriam ... (no verificado)
5 Febrero 2016 12:29 pm Responder

For my Spanish traditions are great, I especially love nap. Many foreigners believe that this tradition is vague. In my opinion is just the opposite, for example if you get up early and go to bed very late, you will be very tired all day. But with this you can have a short break and be back to do activities. I sleep the nap all day and would not change it for the world!

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