18 thoughts on “Así nació AAINJALA con 15O Tambores – AAINJAA

  1. TinaC says:

    I wanted to write the comment in spanish since I heard them at the beginning counting like that. Then I figure it out that I have to do it in English. Lol. It’s a good way to start the day. I listen now, going to work. Makes me wake up better. I like it. 🙂

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    1. Ronnie says:

      I am glad you said that, I was wondering what they were saying at the beginning.

      I have listened to it a lot. I edited it to remove the counting introduction. 🙂

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      1. TinaC says:

        I solved the mistery. 🙂

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        1. Ronnie says:

          😀
          Yes, I was a bit slow there. 🙂

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          1. TinaC says:

            It’s ok. I like spanish and to test my knowledge I bought a book in spanish last week, I find it challenging. New words came across often.

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            1. Ronnie says:

              The UK is well behind a lot of other countries who learn
              different languages. 🙂

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              1. TinaC says:

                I guess so.. It’s bad. 😦

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                1. Ronnie says:

                  An old linguistic joke:
                  What do you call someone who speaks three languages? Tri-lingual.
                  Someone who speaks two languages? Bi-lingual.
                  One language? British

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                  1. TinaC says:

                    Wow, but it’s a funny joke. I laughed a lot. :))

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                    1. Ronnie says:

                      Funny but true. 🙂

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                    2. TinaC says:

                      Yeah… Here the children have the chance to learn 2 languages in the school (english, french, german in principle) but they are not interested so much in learning.

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                    3. Ronnie says:

                      There has been controversy in Scotland about testing five year old children in schools. Young children should be learning while playing. Giving them tests is ridiculous. 🙂

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                    4. TinaC says:

                      Yes, here happens like this… Forcing them to learn… Not making them to learn. 🙂
                      But, I agree with you!

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                    5. Ronnie says:

                      By the way Cristina, shouldn’t you be asleep at this this time? 🙂

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  2. TinaC says:

    Yes and no. Tomorrow we have a free day because of Saint Maria, and is national free day. It’s 23:23. A good time to listen music.

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  3. Ronnie says:

    Did you get the music downloads I sent to you?

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  4. vaibhav says:

    what they are saying at the begining of performence. please tell me

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    1. Ronnie says:

      They are counting (down) in Spanish. They are from Colombia.

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