viagra drug reactions One of my educational new year’s resolutions for 2016 was to visit Milton Latino, our local Latin grocery store on a regular basis and do my shopping in Spanish. So I dropped by the store this morning, primarily to pick up some chicha morada, a Peruvian drink made of purple corn renowned for its anti-inflammatory and healing properties, but also to see what else I could find. An hour later, empanadas, dulce de leche from Colombia, purple corn and five bottles of chicha morada were on the kitchen counter, the oven on standby to warm the empanadas for lunch. Most of my out-of-class experiences have been in the Mexican culture so incorporating things from other Latin American countries into my daily life is fun and necessary for my own development.
go Wanting to share today’s finds with my students, tonight we’ll sip some chicha morada over our review of AR verbs and savour the little tubs of dulce de leche over our lesson on the weather. With chicha morada being such a healthy drink, who knows, maybe a student or two will add it to her dietary regime. Testing these imported foods in class is another way of connecting with Latin American countries in some small way and engages another sense — the sense of taste — beyond the usual senses of sight and sound necessary for language learning. It’s also a way to support local Latin American businesses.
before then buy viagra pills from online drugstore cheap So I’m thinking. Shall I make a trip to Milton Latino an assignment for class? Each student’s task will be to visit, purchase some small item and do the transaction in Spanish only. The more I think about it, the more I think sí, yes. After all, what are we learning Spanish for if not to live it outside of class?