Why is Spain the world’s greatest holiday destination?

According to the newspaper The Telegraph foreign tourists have 19 good reasons to visit Spain and why not learn Spanish:

1. It’s cheap

2. The sun.

3. Its enviable cities

4. And what the Moors left behind

5. The cultural giants

6. The best beaches in Europe

7. It has lesser-known treats – like La Coruna

8. And the forgotten Basque gem of Vitoria-Gasteiz

9. To see one of the world’s greatest ancient sites

10. Enjoy world class cycling

11. And beautiful mountains

12. There’s the food

13. And the Guggenheim

14. It’s only a few hours away

15. It has one of the world’s greatest rail journeys

16. You can dance the night away – or try to

17. It boasts more than just the mainland

18. A healthy – and weird – range of festivals

19. And Spanish surf

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Para or Por

The use of  “PARA” and “POR” in Spanish is sometimes confusing because both  can  be  traslated as “FOR”

Here you will find a trick between some of the uses  of   “PARA” and “POR”

 

PARA  –> purpose – goal

The use of  PARA in Spanish is related to the PURPOSE or  GOAL.

As a rule the PURPOSE are related with the FUTURE.

 

Example: 

Juan- ¿Por qué estudias español?

Paul- Para encontrar una novia española (Paul doesn’t have  a Spanish girlfriend at this moment but  he wants to find one in the future. That is why he is learning Spanish) 

 

POR –> cause

The use of POR is related with the CAUSE or REASON why we do something.

As a rule the CAUSE or REASON are related to the PRESENT.

 

Example: 

Juan- ¿Por qué estudias español?

Paul- Por mi novia. Ella es española.   (Paul already has a Spanish girlfriend that is why he is learning Spanish) 

 

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