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La Tomatina festival

La Tomatina festival

La Tomatina festival

What if you plan to set off to Spain for a bachelor party and happen to meet Laila and she happens to take you out to the La Tomatina festival. Shouldn’t you be knowing a little of spanish at least to ask her out?

Quien eres tu? (Who are you?)

Donde has estado? (where have you been?)

He removido cielo y tierra y no te encontre

(I moved heaven and earth and not find you)

 Y llegas hoy (but you arrive today)

Tan de repente (So suddenly)

Y das sentido a toda mi vida con tu querer

(and give meaning to my life with your love)

Na main samjha, na main jaana

Jo bhi tumne mujhse kahaa hai Senorita

Here’s why you should learn spanish-

The official language of Spain and 19 other Latin American nations, Spanish is spoken as a first language by about 330 million persons and as a second language by another 50 million.

It’s easy:Spanish is one of the easiest foreign languages to learn. Much of its vocabulary is similar to English’s, and written Spanish is almost completely phonetic: Look at almost any Spanish word and you can tell how it is pronounced.

Employment opportunities:If you’re moving to United States and work in one of the helping professions including medicine and education, you’ll find your opportunities expand by knowing Spanish.

Better understanding of English:Much of the vocabulary of English has Latin origins, much of which came to English by way of French.

Travel: Yes, it is perfectly possible to visit Mexico, Spain and even Ecuatorial Guinea without speaking a word of Spanish. But it isn’t nearly half as much fun.

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Learning other languages:If you can learn Spanish, you’ll have a head start in learning the other Latin-based languages such as French and Italian. And it will even help you learn Russian and German.

It’s fun:Whether you enjoy talking, reading, or mastering challenges, you’ll find all of them in learning Spanish.

 

Facts:

  • In countries like U.S.A., Spanish is the second official language.
  • Spanish is one of the official languages of the United Nations, European Union and other international organizations.
  • Spanish is the world’s fourth most spoken language after Mandarin Chinese, Hindi and English and ranks second in terms of native speakers.
  • According toInternet world stats there are 131 million internet users who use the web in Spanish
  • Many Nobel Prize winners in literature are Hispanic by origin
  • The dances range from the strength of Flamenco to the exoticism of Salsa, Merengue and Rumba.
  • The gastronomy includes a wide variety of exquisite dishes like Tortillas, Paella, Tapas exotic drinks like Sangre
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