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|Spanish for Your Kids... and You!
Author: Frank Gerace
Nowadays many people want to study Spanish. There is great interest in the field of kids and Spanish.脗聽 Some just want to keep up with their kids' homework. Some parents want their kids to speak Spanish for its importance in their future. All these parents can get help at http:www.BooksLibrosSpanishForNinos.htm
Other people study Spanish because they are preparing for a trip to Argentina while it still is a bargain destination. Of course Marvin Plattenhardt Fußball Trikot , Spain is a treasure trove of interesting destinations: the majesty of the 12 century mosque at Cordoba or the quirkiness of Gaudi's unfinished cathedral in Barcelona.
Many young people feel that it is important for them to be bilingual in today's shrinking world. Their work will put them in contact with Spanish speaking clients and customers and might take them on trips to Spanish speaking countries. This motivates them to try to learn Spanish.
Even the success of Spanish speaking movie stars has inspired some to want to see their favorites act in their own language. Penelope Cruz is excellent in 'Volver" and Antonio Banderas says he soon will make a film in Spanish with his wife Melanie Griffiths.
Mariscadas, Tacos, empanadas, enchiladas; and other Spanish and Latin American foods are脗聽 delicious and have a rich and varied background. Their names also tell stories of their ingredients and of their history.
The phenomenon of Salsa and other Latin rhythms has many wanting to understand the text of their favorite dance pieces. When not on the dance floor, some are beginning to work on Spanish.
Maybe the most important reason is that knowing Spanish will put monolingual persons in touch with their vibrant, friendly neighbors of Spain and from the Rio Grande to Patagonia. To be in touch with them gives an infusion of their values and traditions.
For free demos of lessons and recommendations of leading Spanish courses go to:
Spanish aficionados (a good Spanish word!) can find books on all topices and at all levels in http:www.BooksLibrosLibrosEnEspanol.php
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About the Author:
Frank Gerace Ph.D has served in Latin America in United Nations and national Educational and Communication Projects, and has taught in Bolivian and Peruvian Universities. He currently teaches English in New York City at a CUNY college as well as maintaining a strong bilingual presence on the web. He provides guidance on accent reduction and the proper American English accent at http:www.GoodAccent. He also offers resources for Spanish Speaking learners of English at http:www.InglesParaLatinos and for English speaking learners of Spanish at http:www.InglesParaLatinosSpanishCourses.htm . He also maintains a blog at http:www.InglesParaHispanos.blogspot .
NICOSIA， Aug. 4 (Xinhua) -- Cypriot authorities have arrested a man traveling on an Austrian passport on suspicion of being "radicalized"， meaning that he is suspected of being an Islamic State sympathizer， police said on Thursday.
Police said the man， aged 28， who is of Arab descent， was detained when he tried to cross from the part of Cyprus occupied by Turkish troops into the government controlled area of the eastern Mediterranean island.
The man traveled from Istanbul to an airport in occupied Cyprus， which Cyprus's government has declared to be illegal. But Cypriot authorities allow European Union(EU) citizens who arrive at the airport to cross into the government controlled region under complex EU regulations.
The Cypriot police said the man was taken into custody as his name was on a list of people suspected of having links with radical Islamic groups， including Islamic State.
The man seemed to have been deported from Poland before traveling to Istanbul.
Cypriot security sources said the man will most probably be deported to Austria after being questioned， as up to now there is no evidence that he has been involved in any terrorist action.
Cypriot security forces have been on alert after recent attacks in EU countries by people affiliated with Islamic State.
SHANGHAI, Sept. 24 (Xinhua) -- Chinese enterprises have positive expectations on investment in BRICS countries.
"The investment in Brazil will reach 70 percent of our company's overall overseas investment, after the completion of the acquisition," Ge Junjie, chairman of Hunan Dakang Pasture Farming, said in Shanghai Saturday at a seminar on overseas investment.
Ge, whose company is based in central China's Hunan Province, said that this June the company's strategic investor, Shanghai Pengxin Group, and its wholly owned subsidiary abroad DKBA, had acquired a 53.99 percent stake in Belagricola, a company specializing in agricultural equipment sales in Brazil.
In 2016, the group bought a 57 percent stake in Fiagril, a Brazilian trading company.
More Chinese companies are seeking investment opportunities in BRICS countries.
Huang Qingfeng, president of Shanghai Zhenhua Heavy Industries, said that the company started investment in Brazil, India, Russia, South Africa in 1996, 2005, 2006 and 2008 respectively, seeking cooperation partners. The company is now negotiating a fully automated wharf project with Indian customers.
Earlier this year, Beijing Gas Group bought a 20 percent stake in a Rosneft subsidiary.
Chinese companies are now investing in more countries and diversified industries, according to Cline Zhang, branch manager of Citibank (China) Shanghai Branch.
Zhang said that Chinese companies are behaving in more robust fashion, focusing on sustainable development and risk aversion.
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