Huesca, capital of the eponymous province, has a Disillusion Street, Calle del Desengaño, but this was over on the singularly charmless and derelict Martínez de Velasco industrial estate. Aragonese nationalism exists, but this graffiti uses standard spelling and is not to be taken seriously.
Currently doing a bit of literary translation out of one very strange dialect into another, and here’s something not so completely
- Nigerian standards
There’s an interesting piece by Michael Obinna in the Nigerian Vanguard in which he complains of “errors of usage in Standard
- The English School, Barcelona struggles with English
I liked this bit about the school spelling competition: Obviously, spelling in our three languages causes problems, but these are gradually overcomed
- Digital journalism congress in Huesca
There’s a disgraceful tendency to write about the über-rural province of Huesca as if all the brains drained from it a
- Vitoria, golfing Mecca, or Golgotha of the ecologists/indignados?
Carlos links to an interesting story about the sodomy committed on Vitoria’s new slogan by some no doubt well-paid functionary, “donde