«Echar una siesta» and other phrases related to the long working day in Spain

«Echar una siesta» and other phrases related to the long working day in Spain

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Why is the Spanish workday so different from the rest of Europe? Why do Spanish workers get a lunch break of two or more hours? What do Spanish people think about this? Watch this mini-lesson to find out!

This mini-lesson is an excerpt from the full-length lesson «El fenómeno del horario español» from the course «Español con noticias y documentales 1: Entrevistas y reportajes». You can find this course here

To help you get the most out of the mini-lesson we have developed a set of supplementary learning materials, consisting of:

- a complete annotated transcription

- grammar notes in Spanish and English

- online activities where you can practise the vocabulary, expressions and grammar highlighted in the mini-lesson.

Click on "Curriculum" to get started!

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