¿Te dedicas a la enseñanza de ELE y estás en busca de unas prácticas molonas para este verano? Las profes y amigas de Entrelenguas, Maria Ortega Melgar, Rosalia Calle Bocanegra y Alba García, nos cuentan qué significó para ellas trabajar en nuestro centro. ¡Déjate recomendar por ellas y mándanos tu CV si quieres formarte con nosotros!
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Con motivo de la reciente oferta que hemos publicado (profesor de español en prácticas), en el post de hoy nos gustaría compartir con nuestros lectores y seguidores las experiencias de tres de las profes que hemos tenido Entrelenguas. Todas ellas se lanzaron al mundo de la enseñanza de español para…
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When we do a tour or a leisure activity during a trip, we like to feel that we are in the best hands. Tourism companies have the special ability to form and immortalise the memories of the place that we discover with them. It is essential that that they not only count on the knowledge of the history and the curiosities of the destination, but also on the love towards it. Only in this way can you guarantee a genuine and unforgettable experience. In Ronda, the name of this company is entrelenguas: under the same name we mix orange tourism, leisure tourism and idiomatic tourism so we can receive clients with different interests, but always under the same philosophy, Slow travel. They take travellers to carefully designed routes and share with them their passion for the local and community, teach Spanish in a relaxed atmosphere and organize quality events fostering cultural offer in Ronda. Today, this cultural immersion centre tells us more about its approach to Slow Tourism and the…
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Every Easter, known as Semana Santa in Spain, local bakeries and patisseries will make up special Easter desserts, and in Ronda the pick of the bunch is called Torrijas, a sweet treat made with bread as the base, filled with custard, and drowned in honey or sugar and served on a plate to be eaten with a knife and fork.
Of course as is typical of the Spanish, every region will have their own variation, so the recipe I’m going to share with you may not be exactly how your Spanish friends would make it, so be careful you don’t offend them by saying this recipe is the best, instead nod knowingly when they tell you what is missing, or how they’d make it, and then when their back is turned choose the recipe you prefer. Continue reading Recipe for Torrijas, an Easter Treat in Spain