Hi, my name is Cristina and exactly 1 year ago I moved from Brazil to Spain to do an International MBA and I want to …
We. Travellers. Homesick. Adventurers. Curious. When travelling, we change the way we look at both ourselves and everyone around us. According to Pirandello, Italy’s famous writer, people have “one, no one, and one hundred thousand” identities. When travelling, Cinzia feels she is “one hundred thousand”. And you, how do you feel?
Criei empatia com a questão dos refugiados desde que começou a ser debatida de forma fervorosa em Portugal, tanto nos media, como nas redes sociais. Sempre foi minha intenção fazer algo prático que ajudasse na resolução, em vez de ser mais um a desgastar-se nos constantes debates teóricos sobre o tema, no facebook.
If you are curious about languages and the origin of the words, you always like experiencing new things and discovering new cultures, you better have a look at these unconventional Christmas gifts because they’ll make you travel with your mind!
What would you say If someone asks you which is the most multicultural, craziest and fast-paced city in Europe? SPEAK has finally arrived in Madrid and we have a list of the best thing to do/see in this wonderful “New York of Europe”!
Watching movies is a great way to enjoy the learning, especially now that we are in the autumn season. If you are learning French, you’re now the lucky one! We collected 5 of the best French movies that are easy and fun to watch!
“Milan? It’s not really worth it!”.”There’s nothing to see beside the Duomo”.”You know? It’s the business capital of the Country!”. “It’s not really the True Italy”.
If you have ever heard, at least, one of these comments, then you should know the truth.
We are told that one key to happiness is mindfulness, which is being 100% conscious of the present, living the moment without making any judgment according to past experiences or future expectations; and actively listening to your sensations. But what about imagination and the daydreaming nature of human beings?
Als ich vor zwei Jahren über das Erasmus Programm nach Portugal gekommen bin, habe ich mich direkt nach einer guten Möglichkeit umgesehen die Landessprache zu lernen. An der Uni wurden Portugiesisch-Kurse angeboten, sowie im Goethe Institut und vielen anderen Institutionen. Aber wie das als Student nun mal so ist, will man nicht viel Geld ausgeben und selbst an der Uni konnte man die Kurse nur gegen eine Gebühr belegen. Als ich einer portugiesischen Kommilitonin von meinem “Leid” erzählt habe, hat sie mir von Speak erzählt.
Since the beginning of 2017 the Italian city has offered the opportunity to migrants, foreigners and locals to gather together in an informal way, sharing knowledge and going beyond the traditional learning method. In fact, in Italy asylum seekers are generally included in the public schooling system, where classes are entirely formed by migrants and the aim is to bring the participants to reach the A1-A2 level and get the middle school certificate….