In order to find a job in Spain, you’ll have to be fluent in the language.
But how do you do that?
That’s the question that’s been put to a team of linguists working in Barcelona and other Spanish cities.
They have been looking at how to improve language proficiency in the country’s booming economy.
They hope to create a platform for the next generation of Spanish speakers, so they can speak in the new world.
The new platform will be based on a platform they’re calling ‘Acela Español’ – a term for ‘English-speaking country’.
And it’s all happening on a shoestring budget, with funding from the Spanish government.
What makes the project so challenging is that Spanish is still a very difficult language to master.
The Spanish government is encouraging people to learn Spanish at home, but that means learning a language you don’t actually understand.
The aim is to bring a much higher level of proficiency, while also reducing the cost of language acquisition.
The idea behind Acela Espátol is to give Spanish speakers the chance to become fluent in a language they can already speak, so that they can become more productive in a society that is still struggling with the aftermath of the financial crisis.
The project aims to create an online platform for Spanish speakers to learn and share their experiences in a new, flexible, and inclusive language.
The goal is to create ‘an online platform’ for Spanish, a project that, in its current form, is currently being funded by the Spanish Government.
But it’s not just a Spanish project.
In addition to Spanish speakers there are also students who want to become teachers and help people learn new languages.
This has raised the question of what the next step will be, and whether it can be done at a sustainable level.
The answer is that there is already a Spanish language course being taught in universities and other educational institutions in the UK, and it’s becoming popular in some cities.
What’s the cost?
For the project, it’s going to cost €1,500 per person per month to enrol in the course, with a goal of doubling that number within three years.
The course will also offer Spanish lessons in a range of different languages, so people can take part in both the Spanish and English classes.
And it will allow them to learn about the history of the language and its speakers, in addition to its many cultural, religious, and linguistic aspects.
But the real cost will come in the form of tuition fees.
The programme will run on a ‘pay-as-you-go’ model, meaning that each person enrolled will pay their own tuition fees, while they will be offered courses at other institutions, for example, the University of Oxford.
But if people can’t pay up, they can still sign up to take part, with the hope that some of the costs will be covered by government funding.
What will the course be about?
It’s called ‘Achálía y las Casa de la Esperanza’ (Spanish and the Casa of the Esperanza), and the main focus of the course will be on the Spanish language.
The courses will include the language spoken in Spain by people from all over the world, and they’ll be taught by experienced linguists.
They will also focus on the issues that affect people who speak Spanish, including poverty, racism, immigration, and gender inequality.
And of course they’ll look at the impact of Spanish on health and education.
But what’s the point of learning Spanish?
What’s important about learning Spanish is that it’s a very different language to English.
The language is so different that it doesn’t sound the same to a foreigner.
And while English is spoken in almost all of Europe, only about 10 per cent of the Spanish population speak English at home.
But a study by the US-based non-profit organization, Spanish Linguistics Education, found that the average Spanish speaker is four times more likely to speak English than a native Spanish speaker.
And in the past few years, there has been an increase in the number of Spanish-speaking children in Britain, where the proportion of people who are fluent in Spanish has doubled in just a few years.
So the next time you hear someone saying that they’re ‘speaking Spanish for the first time’, remember that it is a language that you may not be familiar with.
And if you are, you’re in for a great surprise.
It’s a language of people and a culture that’s not easily forgotten.
You can find out more about how to start learning Spanish at the Acela site.
The website for the project is available now, and you can watch an interview with Professor Paul Pangol from the University College London in which he explains how he and his students plan to make this project a success.