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"...know languages, know countries, know people." ~ Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

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October, 2007

Broma Idiomática

Consejos
Learning a few basic words and phrases can
immediately enable you to "connect " with a
Spanish speaker at work or in your community.
Here are a few to get you started:



Hello = hola (pronounced "o-la")



Thank you = gracias (pronounced
"gra-see-as")



Please = por favor (pronounced "por fa-bor")



Good morning/day = buenas dias (pronounced
"bwen-us dee-us")



Good afternoon = buenas tardes (pronounced
"bwen-us tar-des")



Good evening = buenas noches (pronounced
"bwen-us no-ches")



Goodbye = hasta manana (pronounced "ah-sta
man-yah-nah") literally "until tomorrow"



Goodbye = hasta luego (pronounced
"ah-sta loo-eh-go")
literally "until later"



How are you = como estas (pronounced koh-moh
eh-stas)



How are you (very informal) = que tal
(kay tal)



Very well = muy bien (moo-ye bee-en)

Many immigrants come to the United States for a
better life with the goal of someday becoming
permanent residents and eventually citizens.
But now, becoming a citizen may be too costly
for many.
Immigration fees have increased dramatically.
Those seeking a permanent resident visa will
pay $930 compared to the
previous fee of $325. Likewise those seeking
U.S.
citizenship will have to pay $675 compared to
the
previous $330. Individuals wanting to bring
their fiancé
or fiancée to the U.S. will have to pay $455
compared
to the previous $170. The funds from the new
fees will go
towards new technologies for security and
background checks, improving training, hiring
nearly
1,500 immigration officers, purchasing computers
and reducing processing time of their most
popular services.

La Cultura
The Day of the Dead - Día de los Muertos


Every year something unique takes place in many
areas of Mexico and Central America on
November 2nd: "Day of the Dead"-Día de los
Muertos,
All Souls Day a festival celebrating the
reunion of
dead relatives with their families.
While it's
strange for most of us to accept the fact
that "death"
and "festivities" can go hand-in-hand, for most
Mexicans, the two are intricately entwined.
This all
stems from the ancient indigenous peoples of
Mexico
who believed that the souls of the dead
return each
year to visit with their living relatives -
to eat, drink and
be merry. Just like they did when they were
living.

Mensaje de Stacey Kammerman, CEO de KAMMS
COMING SOON - Inglés para Construcción
DVD
After many months of preparation and work by
the KAMMS team, we
are releasing our first English on the
Job DVD. We will debut the DVD at a free
showing in Ventnor, NJ in November.


Voz de Nuestros Amigos y Clientes
Warren Sprake

Nothfield, NJ




"Hi my name is Warren Sprake, after a few
years
working in the construction industry I saw
the need to
communicate with a new kind of worker, the
Spanish
speaking person. I was in the position where
many
English and Spanish speaking people were part
of my
team. During that time I decided to take
Spanish to
open up that new world.
While in school, I was surprised how much I
loved the
challenge and the pride I felt to have this new
talent.

Sorry to say however that college was 20
years ago
and my confidence on the Spanish side of my
brain
has been shrinking. Two months ago I bought the
Spanish for Construction and committed to
listening
to it everyday until I memorized the CD from
beginning
to end. I was so impressed with the fact that
the terms
and vernacular being applied to construction are
actually relevant to everyday conversation
that take
place in the field.
The method with the
words/phrases
being said in English, repeated in Spanish by
a Latino
and then repeated in Spanish by an Anglo is
brilliant.
The countless hours I spent in college with
head phones on
listening to what sounded like machine gun
fire made
no sense when I heard this new approach to
learning a language.


As stated these CDs are worth there weight in
gold for
someone who wants to refresh themselves or a
total novice."




 
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