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Fiona Dunmore is a private Spanish and EFL tutor who owns Viva Language Services, a foreign language tuition and translation business, based in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, For over nine years she has helped many people of all ages learn Spanish for academic exams, business or for general travel. Fiona has always loved learning Spanish and studied Spanish throughout school and university and also spent a year living in Valladolid, Spain. She finds her work very rewarding as it allows her to help people who have similar interests in Spain and the Spanish language gain confidence and prepare to live or work in a Spanish speaking country. Connect with Fiona on Twitter @Vivalanguages.

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  1. Brian McLean
    February 22, 2014 @ 1:26 pm

    Pedant time. In Catalan the “a” can ONLY have the acute accent “à”. A mention might have been made of “Asturianu or Bable” as it has been argued that this is the origin of Castilian Spanish. Aragón also has its own language as well as the Catalan-speaking “Franja”. Officially, neither the ·K” nor the “W” exist in Catalan, as they don’t in Castilian either. However, you will see a number of direct foreign imports that use them. Kilo and whisky being good examples.


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