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Why you should read ‘A teacher in Kathmandu’

Dear grammarians, The addition of teaching Chinese as a foreign language among the services provided by BertaGrama Traducciones brought us memories of the book A teacher in Kathmandu, the unfinished story of Victoria Subirana, which takes off with the narrative of a young Spanish teacher embarking on a mission of solidarity and peaks with the consolidation of a universal educational project for the most underprivileged and marginalised children of Nepal, to whom she has granted the kind of teaching that anyone…

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Should I visit Beijing or Shanghai?

Dear grammarians, After the summer break, which helped us accumulate countless and varied contents to share with you, we come back with a new entry. On this occasion, we focus on travelling choices within China: where should I go, Beijing or Shanghai? Many of you may certainly think that both cities can be visited within the same trip, and this is actually a realistic option. However, the question is: is it worth it? From our point of view, there are…

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Why people change their accent

Dear grammarians: Being a translator, one becomes interested in anything related to language. In our post today, we have chosen the accent as the core of our reflections and research, since accent is not just a way of speaking. On the contrary, studying accents made us ask ourselves about certain issues that are customary, but we usually just have mere conjectures based on our own experience and observations to find answers to them. An accent is the unique way that…

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