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[02/27/19]   En Córdoba, Argentina 🇦🇷 😊 hoy...

27 de febrero de 2019
En la céntrica Plaza San Martín de Córdoba , un gran panel con letras de colores cronometra los días que faltan para el inicio del Congreso Internacional de la Lengua Española . Dentro de exactamente un mes comenzará allí el encuentro cultural de año, que convertirá a "la Docta" en la capital de la palabra. El contador ya no llama la atención de los cordobeses; todos allí respiran la sigla de cuatro letras: el CILE transformó la segunda urbe del país en cantidad de habitantes con obras que sobrepasan los $500 millones. Las mejoras edilicias incluyen todos los espacios en los que sesionará el congreso. La octava edición de este evento de interés mundial tendrá como epicentro el Teatro del Libertador General San Martín, pero también se desarrollará en el Teatro Real, la Universidad Católica y las facultades de Derecho y Ciencias Exactas. Además, se mejoraron otros espacios sede de actividades, como la Biblioteca Córdoba, y se realizaron obras en la vía pública.

"El congreso tuvo un plan Rumbo, un trabajo en conjunto con todo el sistema educativo y cultural, y las obras quedarán como un legado", explicó a LA NACION Marcelo García, coordinador de la comisión organizadora del encuentro, que ayer participó de una conferencia sobre los preparativos del CILE junto con el director de Asuntos Culturales de la cancillería argentina, Sergio Baur, y Sonia Pérez Marco, del Instituto Cervantes.

El predio ferial Chateau Carreras también se intervino y se amplió, aunque finalmente se descartó su destino como sede por la pretensión de que las actividades se desarrollen en el centro urbano. Aun así, este espacio se abrirá con un banquete que el presidente Mauricio Macri compartirá con cientos de invitados en la jornada inaugural y con los reyes de España. ¿Qué degustarán Felipe, Letizia y el resto de los comensales? Un menú argentino con platos típicos de seis regiones del país.

Por los hoteles cordobeses, donde la ocupación será "alta", quizás algún visitante despistado se cruce con alguno de los más de 250 escritores, académicos, pensadores y artistas de los 32 países participantes. Entre ellos, Mario Vargas Llosa, Sergio Ramírez, Nélida Piñón, Martín Caparrós, Joaquín Sabina, Jorge Fernández Díaz, Soledad Puértolas, Alejandro Dolina, Norma Morandini, Elvira Sastre, Luisa Valenzuela y Elsa Osorio.

¿Se ha logrado romper con el tradicional predominio de autores y expertos masculinos que arrastra el CILE? En parte, aunque sí será el congreso con mayor presencia activa de mujeres disertantes, con al menos 36% (más de 90 ponentes del total), según confirmó a LA NACION el Instituto Cervantes, organizador del encuentro junto a la Asociación de Academias de la Lengua Española (Asale) y las administraciones argentinas de Nación, provincia y la ciudad de Córdoba.

De la Academia Argentina de Letras (AAL), que ejerce la secretaría del congreso y es organizadora de múltiples actividades, acudirá el mayor número de representantes: 14 de sus 16 integrantes. José Luis Moure, presidente de esa institución, adelanta su aporte al CILE, que ya cuenta con casi 3500 inscriptos: "Procuraré plantear lo que para mí es una falsa oposición entre el español, considerado como lengua uniforme, y su condición como una lengua que tiene una enorme cantidad de variedades, cómo coexiste eso y si es posible armonizar esta oposición que es, para mí, una falsa oposición", explica.

El uso de herramientas novedosas y en apariencia revolucionarias para la lexicografía y la manera en que se confecciona el Diccionario del Español de la Argentina será el tema que abordará Santiago Kalinowski, también de la AAL, con "un proyecto de uso de Twitter como corpus lingüístico, que permitió recolectar alrededor de 650 millones de palabras-formas en la red social, por provincias, y contrastarlas".

Una nueva edición de ese diccionario, renovado en un 20%, se presentará en el marco del congreso, junto con una edición conmemorativa de Rayuela, de Julio Cortázar, entre otras publicaciones.

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[08/09/18]   Celina Brizuela es doctora en química y farmacia, emprendedora y luchadora. Después de trabajar 18 años en una firma de investigación, decidió comprar un taller de joyería. En 2010 empezó a crear materiales con la apariencia de oro y plata tomando como base desechos sólidos (llaves, tuberías, latas) para dar vida a la denominada “ecojoyería”. En 2017, Celina ganó el premio a la mejor diseñadora de joyas de Honduras. Sus creaciones llegan hoy a Guatemala, Nicaragua y EE.UU.; a futuro piensa exportarlas a Europa.

Texto: Cory Unverhau
Fotos: Celina Brizuela Betancourt
País: Honduras

n Honduras existen casi 600 mil micro, pequeñas y medianas empresas, según datos del “Diagnóstico Sectorial de la Mipyme no Agrícola” (2013). Estas generan aproximadamente 1.1 millones de empleos directos. Las Pymes representan el 95% de las empresas en general y son un poderoso motor económico por su aporte al desarrollo del país.

Honduras es un país que refleja un fuerte ascenso en las oportunidades laborales femeninas. El Instituto Nacional de Estadísticas confirma que más de 900 000 madres aportan a la economía del país. Los sectores donde hay mayor participación de mujeres son comercio, salud, educación, industria manufactura y microempresas. En la economía informal está todo el aporte femenino de las emprendedoras. A su vez, el núcleo de gran parte de los pequeños emprendimientos es de carácter familiar.

No obstante, la informalidad, la falta de historia crediticia y los altos costos son los principales obstáculos que enfrentan estas empresas. Cabe mencionar que ahora las mujeres están incursionando en otros espacios que tradicionalmente habían sido dominados por los hombres, como el cuidado de los recursos naturales, el medio ambiente y la participación política. Sin embargo, las féminas ganan menos en comparación con los varones.

Una mujer emprendedora enfocada al medio ambiente y el arte es Celina Brizuela. Madre de dos hijas y originaria de Tegucigalpa. Su interés por hacer cosas nuevas surgió en la compañía de investigación norteamericana donde trabajó. Siempre le ha gustado salirse de lo que todo el mundo está haciendo, así que un día decidió seguir su sueño: alquiló un taller de joyería para crear sus propias piezas en base a desechos sólidos metálicos disponibles a nivel local.

Por si fuera poco, por medio de una aleación, Celina logró transformar esos metales de modo que tuvieran las mismas características del oro y la plata. En 2017 fue premiada como la mejor diseñadora de joyas de Honduras por el “Consejo Hondureño de la Empresa Privada y la Cámara de Comercio e Industrias de Tegucigalpa”.

Hoy, Corporación Celeste, su emprendimiento, es una empresa innovadora que destaca la belleza de los metales y el amor por el medio ambiente. Su proyecto nació por la necesidad de crear un metal que pudiese ser encontrado en Honduras y así no tener que importar oro y plata.

Desafíos y luchas

El camino ha sido difícil, pero Celina nunca perdió la fe. El reto más grande fue hacer una aleación que tuviera características de oro y plata. “En Honduras para trabajar esos metales hay que importarlos, y cada vez suben más los precios. Ahí fue cuando nació la idea de ver cómo yo podía crear un metal y encontrar todos los insumos en mi propio país. Entonces comencé la investigación para desarrollar lo que hoy conocemos como ecojoyería”, cuenta.

Empezó a recoger metales en los basureros de la ciudad junto a sus colaboradores. Incluso algunos bancos se interesaron por su investigación y la apoyaron haciendo campañas de recolección. Además, Celina compra materiales a personas que recogen basura, de esta manera aporta a la economía local. “Me llevó casi dos años desarrollar una fórmula que pudiera dejar una herencia a futuro. Mi objetivo era crear joyería a partir de los desechos sólidos”.

No obstante, después de 15 meses de haber experimentado para encontrar la fórmula correcta, se le acabó el capital. “Un día, mi esposo me dijo que parara. No veía que yo lograra transformar los materiales. Lloré porque ya no tenía de dónde sacar más dinero”, recuerda. Le pidió a Dios inspiración y que trabajaran juntos para sacar adelante su empresa. La inspiración vino en forma de pájaros sentados en los árboles detrás de su escritorio: así creó una colección inspirada en las aves de Honduras.

Mundo de la moda

Por fin, en 2012, logró sacar las primeras piezas hechas de la aleación descubierta, desde aretes y collares hasta broches y pulseras. “Con la técnica de aleación se puede hacer mucho”, explica Celina. Lo que ella había soñado se estaba logrando; de ahí vino mucha gente que se interesó por lo que su equipo y ella estaban haciendo en el taller.

Ese mismo año ganó el premio a la “mipyme innovadora” por su contribución al medio ambiente y a la innovación de producto. En 2013 fue seleccionada por “Voces Vitales Internacional” e hizo un obsequio (una pulsera) para Hillary Clinton.

Desde 2013 ha estado produciendo colecciones de mínimo 50 piezas cada una. Una de sus creaciones está inspirada en un tipo de árbol local, la cual quiere enviar a Nueva York este año. “La colección tiene una historia que queremos plasmar, exaltando las raíces hondureñas en nuestra joyería. La idea es mostrarle al mundo que en este país se pueden hacer cosas con calidad y con lo que se tiene”, explica con orgullo.

La diseñadora ha creado líneas autóctonas en sus colecciones “Maya” y “Lenca” en las que hace uso también de jade, cuarzo y ópalo netamente hondureños. Sus piezas se caracterizan porque su composición es exclusiva, duradera, 100% ecológica y sobre todo porque es un metal muy noble ya que no causa alergias. Asimismo, las piezas las trabaja personalizadas en base al gusto de cada cliente.

[07/05/18]   How to Express Anger in Spanish without Being Rude

Despite being an emotion that is worth staying away from, there may come a time when you need to express anger in Spanish. And I want you to be prepared.

This includes knowing how to express anger without using profanity.

Even if you don’t consider yourself a person that is easily upset, this vocabulary will be useful, if only for the fact you recognise when someone is expressing anger in Spanish towards you.

So, what is the best way to express anger in Spanish?

Or, what should you be listening out for as you make your way through a bustling Spanish city?

In this post, you will learn a few key verbs, nouns and adjectives for expressing anger. You will also learn a couple of nuances for the use of prepositions around anger adjectives.

Emotions in Spanish and false friends

One of the reasons Spanish is a great language to learn if you are an English native is the long list of Spanish-English cognates. Cognates are words that mean the same thing in both languages and are spelt almost identically.

But, the flip side, and the danger of learning Spanish from English is assuming certain words mean the same thing but are actually entirely different. These types of words are called false friends.

It turns out that between English and Spanish there are a lot of false friends around emotions.

For anger there are two, in particular, you should pay attention to:

English: Annoyed.
Español: Molesto.

English: Disappointment.
Español: Decepción.

Both of these Spanish words are very useful for expressing anger or disappointment, and mean completely different things in English, so take note and get used to using them as soon as you can.

Anger prepositions: Are you annoyed with or annoyed about?

Before introducing some of the vocabulary for expressing anger, I want to draw your attention to a critical decision you have to make with the constructions below.

The question is: are you angry with someone or angry about something?

If you are annoyed with someone, including yourself, then you’ll need to use the Spanish preposition con. The exception to this rule occurs with adjectives that are followed by de, in which case they are always constructed with de.

On the other hand, if you are annoyed ‘about’ something then you will need to use the preposition por, unless, again, the adjective is followed by de.

So as you read through the examples below pay particular attention to whether the adjective is followed by por or de.

Anger adjectives: How to express anger in Spanish with the verb ‘to be’

If you want to express anger in Spanish, you have four main adjectives to choose from.

But, before we look at these angry adjectives, the first decision you’ll need to make is whether to use them with ser or estar.

Fortunately, when it comes to expressing emotions in Spanish, the choice is straightforward, you should always use estar.

Each anger adjective below carries a slightly different weight. The translation from English will give you a helpful guide of which to use and when.

English: I’m fed up.
Español: Estoy harto.

English: I’m annoyed.
Español: Estoy molesto.

English: I’m angry.
Español: Estoy enfadado.

English: I’m furious.
Español: Estoy furioso.

Next, let’s look at how these constructions are used in combination with prepositions to form full sentences.

English: I’m fed up with this weather.
Español: Estoy harto de este clima.

English: I’m fed up with your friend.
Español: Estoy harto de tu amigo.

Notice the use of de with these first two example sentences.

English: I’m annoyed because we arrived on time and there is no one here.
Español: Estoy molesto porque hemos llegado a tiempo y aquí no hay nadie.

English: He is annoyed with himself.
Español: Él está molesto consigo mismo.

English: I’m angry about it.
Español: Estoy enfadado por ello.

English: I’m angry with you for your bad behaviour from last night.
Español: Estoy enfadado contigo por tu mal comportamiento anoche.

English: I am furious about how our government spends money.
Español: Estoy furioso por cómo gasta el dinero nuestro gobierno.

English: I’m angry with my boss for his decision.
Español: Estoy furioso con mi jefe por su decisión.

Hopefully, you will have noticed from these last few examples that, apart from harto, when you are angry about something, you should follow the adjective with the preposition por. And, in addition, for all of these cases, por can easily be substituted with porque to change the idea to ‘because’.

Anger sentences: 7 verb constructions for expressing anger in Spanish

In this section, you’ll learn how to express anger by using a few important constructions with angry Spanish verbs.

The following three verbs adopt the same sentence structure as verbs like gustar.

English: It annoys me.
Español: Me molesta.

English: It bothers me.
Español: Me fastidia.

English: It angers me.
Español: Me enfada.

You have to be careful with combining these three verbs with the conjunction que. When you do this, you will need to use the subjective mood which, if you aren’t yet ready for, can be avoided.

Instead of constructing a sentence like this:

English: It annoys me that…
Español: Me molesta que…

You can either bring the second part of the sentence forward like this:

English: What you have done annoys me.
Español: Lo que has hecho me molesta.

Or you can try to reconstruct the second part of sentence (instead of the que) by using a verb in it’s infinitive form:

English: It annoys me to see him so happy.
Español: Me molesta verlo tan feliz.

Before wrapping up, here are a few more constructions that are worth practicing.

Instead of putting together a sentence by using an anger verb that is formed like gustar, you can use the same few verbs above in a simpler sentence structure as follows:

English: If you arrive late, you will anger my parents.
Español: Si llegas tarde, enfadarás a mis padres.

English: I don’t want to annoy my girlfriend again.
Español: No quiero molestar a mi novia de nuevo.

If you are trying to plan something, such as a catchup with a friend, and the person keeps putting it off or agreeing to a time and changing at the last minute, you should use fastidiar in the negative imperative command form:

English: Don’t mess me around!
Español: ¡No me fastidies!

In another sentence construction, you can use the noun enojo (anger) with the verb causar (to cause):

English: It causes me anger.
Español: Me causa enojo.

And the last example uses the Spanish reflexive verb llevarse, which roughly translates to ‘take away’ or ‘bring away’. The meaning will hopefully make sense through context with the following example:

English: I was disappointed with my trip.
Español: Me llevé una decepción en mi viaje.

Your turn

Normally, I wouldn’t encourage anybody to get angry. But, in this instance, it is in the name of education!

If you want these phrases to stick in your long term memory, you’ll have to use them at least once.

Of course, you don’t actually have to be angry with someone, you could simply talk about these sentences with a Spanish friend and ask how they would use them. Or, you could use them with a little tongue in cheek (depending on what you can get away with).

How else can you express anger in Spanish?

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