The students in ESO-3 and ESO-4 have asked our "auxiliar de conversa", Sarah, about her stay in our school and coutry. These are some of their questions. You can also read the interview in the school magazine or download it from here.
What's your name?Sarah Elisabeth Stahl.
What are your hobbies?
I like watching TV.
What TV series do you like?
I like Águila Roja and Cuéntame, but it is sometimes a bit boring.
Do you have a brother or a sister?
Yes, I have one brother, Eric and one sister, Julie.
Yes, I do.
Do you like Lugo?
Yes, I like Lugo. I like the Wall, the Cathedral... it's small but it is peaceful and safe.
What is your favourite part of Lugo?
What thing don't you like in Lugo?
Some ugly houses.
What place would you like to visit in Spain?
Madrid, Segovia, Toledo, Andalucía and Porto (in Portugal).
Is food different in Michigan?
People in Michigan eat a lot of meat, beef, a lot of hamburgers, steak, barbecue and pizza. We don't eat a lot of fish or seafood.
What's your favourite Galician food?
Empanadas, zorza and caldo gallego.
In Galicia it rains more but in the winter it is very cold and it snows a lot in Michigan, but in the summer it's very hot and you can go to the beach.
Is life different in the USA?
In the USA most people drive cars and they do not walk as much. People in the USA do not eat fish and they always arrive on time.
What hobbies are there in the USA?
People play football, American football, people play videogames, go skating and they to to the movies.
Are people in Galicia different from people in Michigan?
No, not really. My town is small and people are very nice and friendly.
What is the most surprising thing in Galicia for you?
In the USA it is very bad to pee in the street. You can't pee in the street but people in Lugo sometimes pee in the street.
In Guntín students talk a lot more but I think that they are nicer.
Do you like Kesha's music?
Yes, I do I like to dance to Kesha's music.
What are you going to do in the future?
I am either going to stay in Spain for one more year or work in a college (=university) teaching Spanish.