Linguistic multiculturalism in Spain, with its diverse languages and cultures, offers a rich field of study. While Castilian is the official language, regional languages like Catalan, Basque, and Galician provide opportunities for research on various aspects.
This presentation specifically explores linguistic multiculturalism through expressions used in regional festivals, creating an environment conducive to language learning. Festivals express Spanish linguistic multiculturality, fostering resolution of conflicts by emphasizing respect and appreciation for diverse languages and ancient cultures.
Embarking on a journey to experience Spain’s festivals is viewed as a rewarding way to learn Spanish while enjoying cultural richness, each stage serving as a delightful reminder of life’s essentials.
Written in English by Philippe CAMPILLO, Associate Professor with Habilitation to Supervise Research, ULR 7369 – URePSSS – Unité de Recherche Pluridisciplinaire Sport Santé Société, F-59000 Lille, France; GRENU Henrik, Certified teacher, UFR of Health and Sports Sciences, Faculty of Sports Sciences and Physical Education, and CAMPILLO Carmen, Senior Teaching Fellow in Spanish, HoD languages IÉSEG School of Management.