Visitors at the end of the semester


As a closing to my Spanish classes every semester at the university, I sometimes try new things such us cultural videos, music, Latin dancing, etc. with different results. But what seems to be almost always successful is to bring guests. This time I was able to introduce to my students Peruvian Akemi and Venezuelan Mario; and both of them, in a cheerful Hispanic style, talked about their lives in Japan and were “interviewed” by a group of shy-at-times Japanese students of Spanish. Afterwards, Akemi sang one of her salsa band’s songs:

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