To start off this month's article here is the translation into English of last month's little bit of Spanish.
Hoy ha sido un día normal de trabajo para mí, con mis clases en Torrevieja. Tengo muchos alumnos ya, sobre todo en el segundo grupo del día.
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Thursday 2nd March – 8pm & 10pm – Murga with Los Ciegos @ Auditorio Infanta Elena
Well, time to put the diet away again for another year. OK so I didn't lose any weight again, but St Valentine's Day is fast approaching so what better time to pull up some chocolate recipes?
As we step boldly into February will we be leaving footprints in snow, slush or sand? Whichever it is – there is a marked beauty to Northwest Murcia and you need to discover and enjoy all on offer. Explore with a sense of adventure, grab hold of the fun, and make some memories.
Keeping in mind the pearls of wisdom we learnt in the last article (pause while you scrabble about for last month's magazine) we will now complete our look at 'open' and 'closed' questions.
Although the complete set of statistics for annual property sales in 2016 will not be available until Feb/March 2017, we can tell by the trends in the 3rd quarter and October's figures that there has been a distinct slowing down of the market since June 2016.
In the last article we started looking at the difference between 'closed' and 'open questions' and how to form them. The explanation for this takes a bit of time, but it is worth making the effort because it gives us the key to asking questions properly in Spanish and therefore getting the replies we are looking for!