Thanks to all for the feedback you sent us regarding the new format of “Mundo Hispano”, which offers Spanish students a fresh news story every week plucked from Latin America which we rewrite into three different versions meant for students studying at either the basic, intermediate or advanced level.
This weeks lesson deals with education in Brazil (spelled “Brasil” in Spanish), and it covers statements made by its president, Dilma Rousseff, who argues that education is the key to future development and social inclusion in the country. Of course, Brazilians speak Portuguese, not Spanish, but Brazil is such a behemoth in South America that news there takes on a regional relevance. Now, sit back, put your thinking caps on, choose your level, and give it a click!
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