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martes, 31 de octubre de 2017

 

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Do you want to know a little bit more about the history and origin of this special event?
 

And now... Dress up, meet your friends and visit a haunted house... you are ready to live an amazing adventure... or not?
 


Happy Halloween night!!
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jueves, 19 de octubre de 2017

 

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In this occasion, 2017 Princess of Asturias Award for Sports is for the  most famous rugby team in the world: New Zealand's national rugby team, the "All Blacks".
Why this name? Because of their plain black football kit.
They are an example of cultural and racial integration, combining values of friendship, unity, sportsmanship and solidarity.
They have won three of the eight Rugby World Cup tournaments (1987, 2011 and 2015).
Since the beginnings of rugby in New Zealand, this sport has been associated with the "haka", that is a Maori tribal dance of challenge, which is performed by the players on the sports field before the beginning of each international match or when they celebrate a victory.
Today we are going to share their happiness with them.
Congratulations "All Blacks"!!

Rugby World Cup 2015 final versus Australia

Te Rauparaha haka
 
Ringa pakia
(Slap the hands against the thighs)
Uma tiraha
(Puff out the chest)
Turi whatia
(Bend the knees)
Hope whai ake
(Let the hip follow)
Waewae takahia kia kino
(Stamp the feet as hard as you can)
Ka mate! Ka mate! (It is death!, It is death!)
Ka ora! Ka ora! (It is life!, It is life!) (x2)
Tenei Te Tangata Puhuruhuru
(This is the hairy man)
Nana i tiki mai whakawhiti te ra
(Who caused the sun to shine again for me)
Upane, Upane
(Up the ladder, Up the ladder)
Upane, Kaupane
(Up to the top)
Whiti te ra
(The sun shines!)

 
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miércoles, 04 de octubre de 2017

 

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Let´s practice the alphabet!

 
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