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11:49

LifeStyle

6 December 1978: Spain ratifies Constitution of 1978

Tony Bryant

...laws according to a just economic and social order. It also promotes the protection of all Spaniards in the exercise of human rights, their cultures and traditions, languages and institutions, in order to ensure a decent quality of life for all. The

20:04

Travel

Senegal sojourn

Andrew Forbes

...country of tens of languages. Wolof is the most widely spoken, although French is the official language, one of the many legacies of colonial times. Together with Spanish or more often English, you can make a connection. National Parks - nature on an

15:00

Education

Foreign residents join the class

Tony Bryant

Mijas Foreign Residents Department is appealing for volunteers to help extend its popular English language conversation classes to more schools in the Mijas area. The initiative, which is called I Speak English, was started 15 years ago with the ... aim of helping young Spanish students improve their English language skills. Volunteer coordinator Angela Smith; Foreign Residents Department coordinator Anette Skou; bilingualcoordinator at IES Vega de Mijas, Ana María Sánchez; and AIVOMI ... offer the pupils the chance to participate in English-language conversation sessions. The project has been carried out at several schools in Mijas, including the secondary schools IES Villa de Mijas and IES La Vega de Mijas, and the primary school

12:17

Local

English speakers wanted to help locals improve their language skills

SUR IN ENGLISH

Volunteers are being sought to help local people in Mijas and Benalmádena improve their English. If you have native-level English and have some spare time to give back to your local community, two initiatives are ongoing. In Mijas, the I SPEAK ENGL

14:31

LifeStyle

Bullfighting season: the moral question

MARK NAYLER

The ten-day Malaga feria kicked off last week and features eight bullfights, running from 14 to 21 August. If you're curious about the spectacle and are thinking of seeing a "corrida de toros" (literally "running of bulls"; "bullfight" is a handy but

13:50

LifeStyle

A lifelong devotion to language and art

Tony Bryant

...retirement in order to enjoy life on the Costa del Sol, Liz, who speaks Spanish and French (her maternal grandmother's language), keeps herself busy giving well-attended talks about art. She has also lectured in Spanish on 15th century illustrated medieval ... were Modern Languages (French and Spanish) and Art - especially the history of art. She settled on a career in teaching and even though she says it was a job she loved, she took early retirement and moved to the Costa del Sol in 1991. Liz settled in

14:01

Local

European trend inspires first clinic on the Costa exclusively for cats

Tony Bryant

...population. The clinic is currently caring for two rescue cats, as the dedicated surgeon is also working with CES AMAN, a Malaga association that strives to defend animal rights. Multilingual services Offering a service in several languages, including

13:33

Local

“Language tourism is one of the most profitable and attractive”

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

Ignacio Peyró, the director of the Cervantes Institute in London, says language tourism has been steadily gaining strength in recent years. The Cervantes Institute cooperates with Malaga council and the provincial government to boost this type of ... tourism, which generates over 110 million euros on the Costa del Sol, and he stresses the importance of “a global language” such as Spanish, which is spoken by over 600 million people all over the world. How do you see the situation regarding Spanish in ... the UK? About two months ago the British Council presented a report about the languages which are most necessary for the future of Britain. This is important, because the British Council is a major institution and it doesn't often issue reports, so