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17:44

LifeStyle

Picking up Spanish at the market

Mark Nayler

...communicate." Using the senses Before travelling to Seville, Min says she was looking for an activity-based approach to learning Spanish: "Your classes are so different," she tells Cristina as we wander to another colourful market stall. "This will be very ... market for half an hour. She practises what to say to the stall owners and films a short video, in Korean, for her blog. It strikes me that this morning she's not only learning her first Spanish words, but that she's doing so in yet another language ... Triana terrace is interrupted by a gitano busker, whose performance reminds me that LCS also offers a "Flamenco Spanish" experience. Students spend an hour learning about this iconic Spanish art and the associated vocabulary, followed by a dance class

11:44

LifeStyle

Learning to live with pain

M. ÁNGELES GONZÁLEZ

It is the most common reason for people to consult their doctors and one of the main causes of absenteeism from work. Pain is increasing among the population, and it is sometimes described as “the silent epidemic”. Increased life expectancy, certai

19:16

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Learning Spanish in a café environment

BEN CLARKE

Learning Spanish in Spain normally follows one of two routes. The first is attending lessons at a language school, which tend to be highly structured and all too reminiscent of school days. The other is attending a language exchange, where you run ... organiser, which can range from animal rights, to fashion or whether true love really exists. “One of the best things about Spanishcafé is being in a small group with people of a similar ability,” says Suzy, an Irish student who began learning Spanish three ... very different. You become very comfortable with the other pupils and enjoy going to the sessions. It's a lot like going for coffee with friends, except that you're also learning a second language.” Spanishcafé is a recent offshoot of the long-running

11:01

LifeStyle

Christmas song for butterfly children

Tony Bryant

...bass player of '70s pop sensation, The Glitter Band. Rashpal, who has been active on the coast since 2002, decided to record the track after learning about Debra, the Marbella-based organisation that cares for children suffering with Epidermolysis

10:51

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Catering for language learning

Mindy Burrows

...among hospitality students. “Speaking to customers in their mother tongue increases customer satisfaction; it is an essential part of success in hospitality”“Learning a language improves communication with other people and helps us to accept mistakes” ... the Benalmádena Pueblo catering and hospitality collage. “It makes them focus and start their day thinking about English,” she said, to demonstrate how the structure of their timetable is important to their learning. The students make lunch for the ... Cultural Association, stressed the values of language learning beyond a professional level. “We are people, we are trying to improve communication with other people and the language exchange helps us to accept our mistakes as part of learning,” she said.

16:53

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A tribute to talent and education in creativity

RACHEL HAYNES

It was back in March when six youngsters from the Costa del Sol and Gibraltar received deserved recognition for their hard work and talent; their poems, stories and artwork were published in this newspaper's Education and Learning special. SUR in

11:32

LifeStyle

Learning how to live with diabetes

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San Pedro health centre has helped improve the lives of over 200 people with diabetes since 2010 in their specialist school. The Escuela de Pacientes de Diabetes at the centre aims to encourage learning and education about how to improve the

11:00

LifeStyle

Learning about the area's 'liquid gold' in English

Jennie Rhodes

Foreign residents from across the Axarquía attended the event which started off at the town's Agro-olivarera cooperative. Participants were able to see first-hand how the olives are sorted upon arrival when they are brought in by local olive growers,

13:44

Gibraltar

Talk by Auschwitz survivor next week

Debbie Bartlett

Mackintosh Hall or online at www.buytickets.gi. All proceeds will go to the Learning From Auschwitz charity.