Learning another language and able to be bilingual is always a fun thing to try. Besides, it will be useful for us when we go traveling, there are other points to take note of when we are going into professional work.
Spanish is known to be on the list of the most spoken language after China and English.
Because it is also the native language of around 21 countries. The basic between English and Spanish comes from the same root, the Indo-European family. However, both of them come from different subgroups.
As the English don’t use any article or gender, there is an article “el” which refers to male, and “La” for female or feminine.
For example, the boy in Spanish is el chico and the girl is La niña. Meanwhile, for plural numbers, the article has another title. It goes “Los” for males and “las” for females.
The total number of letters is also merely different. Spanish has 30 letters in their alphabet while English has 25 letters. There are 5 vowels on both. English has more numbers in consonants, there are 24 which 21 are grouped in the regular alphabet. It also has 44 sounds. On the other side, Spanish only has 22 consonants in total with 39 sounds.
Some short tips to try when learning a new language is that you can put an ABC poster when there is a difference in the alphabets pronunciation and even the alphabet like Korean, Chinese or Japanese.
In terms of career, learning Spanish can be a great one since it is listed as one of the best to learn when you travel.
Well, sometimes we go travel for work and meet a new connection of work abroad! This will make a good impression in the talk and create better communication for further needs.
Being bilingual can give good numbers on your resume too. You can set this skill to boost your chance to get better contracts, roles, and so on.
As with many other languages could benefit, you will be able to follow up with more new media on the go. From events to even some overheard talks, you can generate them correctly and join in the right way as you understand the points.
Boosting your creative mind doesn’t always have about taking art classes or making some crafts at home from scratch. It can do with some other practices such as writing, dancing, music, and
Learning a language can help you do working challenges. In practice such as negotiating or adding good traits to make a foundation for grounding with the culture and bringing up some innovations with the local goods, as a good example of doing marketing about unique souvenirs.
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The most well-known celebration during the Fall season can be noticed within these two,
Halloween and Thanksgiving.
As it is being celebrated all over the world, each country has its own traditions too. Here are some more traditions and festivals that are usually celebrated in Spain for the season!
First, La Rioja Wine Harvest Festival. This festival is celebrated during the grape harvest season in the region of La Rioja. This place is known to be famous for producing great wine too. There will be an event where people will stomp and crush on the grapes with their bare feet.
In Catalonia, most people usually come to spend their weekends hunting wild mushrooms. You can grab a basket or paper bag to pack many mushrooms like porcini and black trumpet. If you prefer to enjoy something sweet and warm, try to get some churros and hot chocolate!
You can grab and find it at the churrerías. The churros stands will be seen all around the during this season festival in Spain. You can experience parades with the military, brass bands, and more street processions on Spain’s National Day or Hispanic Day on October 12. This date is a celebration of the day when Christopher Columbus arrived in the Bahamas or the New World.
If you are a fan of chestnut, you might like this festival! It is known as Castañeras. It is the best one where the streets in Spain were filled with the smoky chestnut being burned. There will be lots of stalls around serving hot roasted chestnuts!
In Barcelona, there is a remarkable and grande festival called La Mercè (Our Lady of Mercy). This festival happens around September 24th as a part of Catalan traditions. This parade has a highlight that usually can come and catch travelers with its performances. It presents concerts, circus, and the highlight, the parade of the neighborhood giants (gegants.) People can be seen dressed as devils and spattering fire on the streets.