Sunday, April 18, 2010
An article here from today gives some more insight into the Spanish language in the Philippines (the last post here on the subject was this one), in particular concerning practical matters such as how much of a benefit (in financial terms) learning Spanish is for the average person there.
Here are the images from that post again. First the one showing the position of the Philippines relative to the rest of the Spanish-speaking world:
and how a 10-hour shift (8 am to 6 pm for example) works in Spain and Latin America, and how the large missing space is largely done away with by a presence in Asia.