Not that every time we learn more English, but our growing ignorance of the Castilian, which is not the same. It happens, for example, to those who refer to a casual outfit, when in reality would mean informal. Will end, then, speaking a jargon incomprehensible, as is the case for decades to Puerto Ricans, who ignore the brown color is brown or the laundry is a laundry. Valencia in a digital medium that I read frequently, half the blogs are titled directly in English Its a Lonely Place, Why not?. .
. , But then its contents are written in an alleged Castilian. We must not go so far to find this as a cultural diglossia. Salamanca found in a magazine not long ago an article entitled Pay out. Additional information is available at NY Museums. I did not read, simply, not knowing what it was. Then, worried about whether he had lost the opportunity to tell me something of my interest, I checked in a dictionary that it was the percentage of profits to a company devoted to dividends, which could already breathe easily. My final concern, however, comes from not knowing how to write in this sort of modern pichinglis.
So I've made a modest attempt at erotic story asked by a publisher and have begun like this: In a chat with a fan hooked a rather groopy. I said I was a cool guy, a real Latin lover, and had the flash me that we would live a flirt. I was sure that I was a sexual killer in the pole position of his heart. He suggested looking in the cyber corner during the break of fast food site where he worked. For I saw his look sent a topless photo in one of mine and asked me in shorts. From windsurfing to like, we would be later in the meeting-point of the airport or, better yet, at the check-in the hotel where I would make a hat treak, because I'm a whole number one. I told him okay and, if anything, I moved from slip. Although I have not finished the story, of course, but I promise to tell the end if I can complete it without dying of boredom. Enrique Arias Vega (Bilbao) is a journalist and economist Spanish. Graduated from the University of Stanford, has been writing almost forty years. His articles have appeared in most of the Spanish newspapers in the Italian magazine "Terzo Mondo" and in the newspaper "News of the World" in New York. Among other charges, has been director of "El Periodico" Barcelona, "advancement" of Salamanca, and the release of "ABC" in Valencia and CEO of Grupo Zeta publications and adviser to several media companies . In recent years, he has alternated his contributions to newspapers, radio and television to literature, having won several awards in both tasks, including national gastronomic journalism "a lvaro Cunqueiro" (2004), the Short Novel "Ategua" (2005) and social journalism of Valencia, "Living" (2006). His recent books are a compilation of newspaper articles, "Spain and other impertinence" (2009), and a short stories, "Nothing is what it seems" (2008). He is the author, also, among other works, the novel "The Executive" (2006), which are already published three editions of "Going against the tide" (2007), "Valencia, between heaven and hell" ( 2008) and an anthology of sketches under the title "Personality of a lifetime" (2007). External Links: Review on "Global network of writers in Spanish"