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El carnaval, una fiesta de color

La historia del Carnaval Las fiestas de los Carnavales tienen su origen en diversas fiestas en honor de dioses paganos, como las Saturnales en honor al dios romano Saturno. No obstante, en la Edad Media se convirtieron en una tradición ligada a la Cuaresma, una celebración católica. Los antecedentes de los Carnavales: las fiestas lupercales romanas, las fiestas en honor

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«Festival Nacional del Globo, Tequesquitengo 2017» Another Adventure of our students from Putney School

On Saturday, October 21 our students from Putney School attended at the National Balloon and Music Festival 2017, carried out in Mexico Gardens, Teqesquitengo, Morelos. The main attraction of this event was the flights in aerostatic balloons started to inflate at 6:00 am and then those began to take off at 7:00 am.     At 9:00 a.m. the other activities

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STUDENT RETURNS TO OUR INSTITUTION TO STUDY SPANISH AND THIS TIME WITH HER FAMILY MEMBERS

Last Friday, Spanish School Uninter welcomed back a student from many years ago. Nancy Wetterau from the state of New York in the U.S. returns to visit us and this time with two of her granddaughters, Juliana Iturralde from Chicago and Katherine Wetterau from California. They are here to learn Spanish with us and what a better way to do

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Spanish Students don’t say “Goodbye”, but “See You Soon!” to Cuernavaca

Last Friday, July 14th of the current year, Spanish School Uninter bid farewell to six of their students, of which the majority were from the United States, some from the states of Nebraska, Texas, Washington, Georgia, and also from Canada. Most were studying the intensive spanish program and one of them, Dominique Evans, the Spanish kid’s program; they told us

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Teacher of the Oxnard School District in Southern California returns to Uninter to learn Spanish

Nancy Buenrostro, a Spanish teacher from the Oxnard School District in Southern California and a lover of «the city of eternal spring», Cuernavaca, returns to Uninter to practice and improve her Spanish. This teacher on her 14th visit in Cuernavaca wants to know more about the Spanish and the Mexican culture that fascinates her so much. She tells us that

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