Difficulty level Middle Portions 4 approx. Preparation time 20 minutes of preparation and a total of 40 minutes with cooking approx. Ingredients 6 Eggs 1 Kilo of potatoes 1/2 Kilo onions (optional to put less or nothing) Olive oil for the pan Salt Procedure Peel, wash and cut potatoes into thin slices. Peel and cut the onion into small, thin slices or chop. Mix them with the cut potatoes. Fry everything in hot oil until soft; first over a live fire, spinning it, and then [...]
In HispaLing we are aware that a fantastic way to deepen your knowledge of languages is learning songs. We will offer you a selection as varied as possible so that we ensure that you find music that you like. We wanted to start this section with a song that symbolizes very well our desire for all of you: That everything goes well and you continue to live with enthusiasm and focused on gratitude as much as possible, despite the current difficulties. It is about the song: Everything is going to be all right composed by singer-songwriter LUIS GUITARRA Luis Guitar is known for his altruistic and generous spirit at the service of the most disadvantaged and for the creation of the non-profit association: Like you, like me.. This association is made up of people who try to make their daily life, work and occupations so that other people with diverse problems (social, economic, cultural, etc.) have the possibility of succeeding and living with the dignity that every human being deserves.
We are all aware of how valuable language is. Therefore, learning languages is undoubtedly an enrichment at many levels. Today we will talk about that universal language that is music and the importance it can have in our lives. It generates and awakens emotions, helps us to excel life and celebrations, to communicate without words and sometimes also to help people enjoy sharing and cooperating, finding a place in the world and overcoming together difficulties. In this case, we are talking about a noble project that combines all this withrecycled instruments. By the way, if you enter Learn Together BBVA you will find many inspiring stories as well as inspiring people.
Antonio Banderas is the visible face of the new campaign of the Junta de Andalucía to encourage you to visit this wonderful land, full of light, color, beauty, intensity, and life. To travel and visit Andalusia in Spain is a must. "Now, go out and live with desire and enjoy life; with all your heart. Intensely," notes the Malaga actor, one of the most famous outside Spain whose fame began specially by working with the well-known and internationally acclaimed film director, Pedro Almodóvar.
Dear friends: In this non-political section, you will find a number of characters currently known or who were long known but who still have one influence or another in the society for their work, way of being, music, books, altruism, originality, etc. It is a varied selection of people, mostly Spanish speakers, who inspire us to continue living life from its more constructive, positive, committed, and generous side or simply let us reflect on what they do or did. We will introduce you to very different people and stories so that you find inspiration and desire to explore and be amazed, regardless of the way you are and the hobbies you have. Enjoy it and share your experience in your Spanish online live class in HispaLing. We begin with Gloria Fuertes, a peculiar and esteemed writer whose children's books, poetry and rhymes have been and continue to influence the family readings of several generations still today present, although she died a long time ago.
The festivities of La Mercè belong to the most expected and mass celebrations in Barcelona that activate all the citizens, because they have a presence in multiple neighborhoods that are filled with music and festive atmosphere. La Mercè is the patron saint of Barcelona. Usually, this festival is held every year around September 24th in the squares and streets throughout the city.
Learning vocabulary is useful but it is no guarantee for successful communication with the interlocutor, since a positive intercultural dialogue requires more than just translating from one language to another literally. To communicate successfully, it is important to know what is valued in each culture and what is not, which are the most appreciated forms of communication, which expressions are most common in each context and which is the intonation and pronunciation that will allow you to be understood easily. All these factors are taken into account in our classes, because in addition to being teachers we are facilitators. [...]