Time is relative (C1)

Albert Einstein was a man ahead of his time… or maybe “behind of his time”. Not for nothing, he said: “El tiempo es relativo (time is relative)”. Actually, he was not a brilliant boy at school, according to his teachers. However, he became the most recognized scientist in the 20th century. As a result of [...]

By | 2017-02-15T22:31:51+00:00 二月 15th, 2017|C1, Words made in Spain, 未分类|0 条评论

La vuelta al cole (A1)

Here it is, beloved by parents, hated by children, la vuelta al cole (back to school) has come. After three months of summer holidays, nine never-ending months are on the horizon, but the worst problem for their progenitors is not the future but the present. Family economics might be a nightmare these days if there [...]

By | 2017-02-15T22:31:57+00:00 九月 7th, 2016|A1, Words made in Spain|0 条评论

Pokémon Go or how to sightsee in 21st Century (A2)

When Satoshi Taijiri was young, he was only keen on play video games. Ignoring his father’s advices, he refused to study engineering and tried to work in the video games design industry. That’s how Capsule Monster was born under Nintendo’s sponsorship. This game evolved into Pocket Monster and finally, what we know nowadays as Pokémon. [...]

By | 2017-02-15T22:31:58+00:00 七月 20th, 2016|A1, Spanish Language, Words made in Spain|0 条评论

Panem et circenses (B2)

Pan y circo (bread and circuses) was a sentence coined by the Roman poet Juvenal to criticize the populist policies adopted by the politicians at that moment. If the economy is decreasing, don’t worry, let’s host gladiator combats, a quadriga race or a massacre starred by hungry lions eating up some scared Christians. Of course, [...]

By | 2017-02-15T22:31:59+00:00 五月 20th, 2016|B2, Words made in Spain|0 条评论