Day 6 - Flamenco Dancing and Songs

Another busy day at university today!

As part of our training in Spanish we looked at verbs.  We learnt to identify different verbs and had to place them in sentences to make them grammatically correct.  This was a very hard task to complete but with a little bit of perseverance we were very successful and our teacher was very proud of us!

After a short break we learnt a new song, cabezea, hambro, rodilla y pie (head, shoulders, knees and toes.)  The whole class had to get up to sing and dance along to the song.

Have a go at it yourself!



The second part of our day was very exciting.  An ex-student from the university came to teach us flamenco dancing.  We found out the different names of some steps, the different features of flamenco dancing, for example the different types of clap, and the clothing that they wear.

Our dancer teacher taught a few routines and we will continue to practice them.



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