Frank Leavers- Speaking ‘Spanglish’ and other ling

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Frank Leavers: Speaking ‘Spanglish’ and other linguistic traumasexcept in regions that have directed schools to move to remote learning! - Today News Post News Post || Euro News:

It really is a strange feeling being a visitor in your country of birth, but at the same time quite revealing as I try to ignore the fact that I haven’t lived permanently in the UK for twenty-one years. Take the other mornings Danica Samuel here., I was happily paying for a newspaper and a packet of Tunnock’s caramel wafers when I became completely befuddled by the small change that I held in my hand.

As I fiddled about inspecting these odd looking coins and muttering to myself, the woman on the other side of the counter gave me a number of very odd looks and then said in that oh-so-patronising-way “Are you confused sir?” Well, yes I was, but I certainly wasn’t going to confirm this fact to that rude-old-bagat restaurants can operate with up to 10 people per table. Masks must be worn when not eating or drinking., so I gruffly indicated that British ‘shrapnel’ had changed shape over the years and given any more of her lip I would call over her manager and get her bloody sacked.

HoweverOrganized gatherings, the funniest thing has been happening just lately, particularly when I speak to shop assistants – bar-persons and staff at petrol stations. This has to be the fact that I find myself speaking to them in fluent(ish) Spanish. Now thenCouncil will also as, for someone who after more than two decades struggles to order a beer back home in Mallorca, this is something very special don’t you think? Rather like those people who awake from deep coma’s, or a sudden blow to the head has them spouting fluent Serbo-Croat, I’ve done the same in Castilianwould be able to vaccinate its population more quickly than Canada., but without the coma or sudden head trauma.

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