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Fiesta Española

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Spring is officially here! The days are getting longer, the weather is getting warmer… and we are starting to feel like partying! Have fun and celebrate Spanish music with London City Orchestra next Saturday, 6th of April at City of London School for Girls as the orchestra kick off their 2019 Spring term with a full-on Fiesta Española! Spanish composers Jose Gonzalez Granero and Koldo Pastor will fill the venue with the joy of being transported on a musical journey…


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Huelga contra el cambio climático

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Estudiantes de todo el mundo protestan contra el cambio climático Jóvenes de más de 100 países salieron a la calle el viernes pasado para pedir a los políticos exigir a los políticos que adopten medidas en la lucha contra el cambio climático. En España, se convocaron protestas en 60 pueblos y ciudades de todo el país, incluidas Madrid, Barcelona, Sevilla y San Sebastián, por nombrar algunas. Los manifestantes portaron pancartas con lemas como “Ni un grado más, ni una especie…


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The Future of Spanish Teaching

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What do you think the future of Spanish teaching looks like? Join the discussion as Javier Muñoz-Basols, Elisa Gironzetti and Manel Lacorte present their Handbook of Spanish Language Teaching, a 700-pages handbook that provides a comprehensive, state-of-the-art account of the main methodologies, contexts and resources in Spanish Language Teaching. The book launch and discussion will take place at the Instituto Cervantes next Friday, 29th of March at 7pm. It promises to be a “fiesta” for Spanish speakers and those who…


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Dar la lata – Misunderstood Expression of the Week

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The word ‘lata’ has two very different meanings in Spanish. The first one is can (the metal container in which food and drinks can be kept). This is the most common meaning and the one that most people know about. However, colloquially, “lata” also means ‘something that causes distaste and disgust‘. This is why, although “dar la lata” can be translated literally as ‘to give the can‘, the actual meaning of this misunderstood expression is ‘to bother or inconvenience someone‘.…


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Calçotada dinner at Ibérica Canary Wharf

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The Calçotada is a food festival that revolves around eating calçots (giant spring onions) and drinking wine from porrones (carafes). It is typical in the area of Catalonia and is celebrated every year towards the end of winter/beginning of spring. Calçots are very difficult to find outside Catalonia, so it is practically impossible to enjoy a good calçotada in London… until now! Ibérica Canary Wharf are celebrating a Calçotada dinner next Wednesday, 20th of March. Expect chargrilled calçots with romesco…


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