Spanish schools have resumed their activities in order to give their students Spanish classes, because this year they have still wanted to continue learning the language even though COVID-19 had materialized. After only a few months the virus has changed so much in our lives, yet a large part of normality has returned and with it the desire to travel again
Students that have come to different schools in Spain that are spread throughout the country have come with a mask on their mouth and a somewhat strange feeling knowing that this would be a different summer. The terraces, museums, and shops miss the tourists who gave life to the streets, yet it also leaves us with a totally different image than we usually are used to.
With hardly any tourists, people who come to learn Spanish find themselves in a much more "demanding" environment to test their communication capabilities. You can see it when you are in a bar and the waiters have only a limited knowledge of English that is usually the vehicular language in these cases, communication between the two sides consists of a desperate search on Google Translate and universal gestures.
All these experiences are now being lived on the streets of many Spanish cities. The coronavirus has created a series of realities so different that it is very important for the student to even try to understand what is happening around him. ‘Mascarilla’ - before maybe it was a word you could live with for the rest of your life and not know it. Now, even the most elementary levels know this word, (mask), as well as the semantics related to it
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