Blog entry Freerice goes Spanish. Muy bueno!
Have you ever wondered if the words “consciencia” and “conciencia” have the same meaning? Does “Embarazada” mean embarrassed or just pregnant? Well, now you can find answers to these questions and more on the newly launched Freerice Español. (Late last week, you may have noticed a link appeared to this new version in the top right navigation of this site. See it now?)
The English version of Freerice was launched in 2007. Since then its players have grown to over 1.2 million every month raising enough rice to feed over 4.8 million people. “With the growing number of Spanish-speaking people around the world, Freerice Español presents a huge opportunity to reach this demographic who can help make a real difference in the fight against hunger,” said Nancy Roman, the World Food Programme's Director of Communications and Private Sector Partnerships Division.
If you don't speak Spanish, you will be pleased to know that this is just the first of many foreign Freerice language releases with Chinese, French, Italian and Korean versions underway.
What are you waiting for? Click the link, and share it with your Spanish speaking friends? Vamos Freerice Español!
If you want to share the new Freerice Español with others, you can grab banners for your blog, website or social media here
The United Nations World Food Programme and the Instituto Cervantes will officially launch Freerice Español today, June 2, at the Institute’s headquarters in New York. If you are in the area, pop in! You can find out more information here
Freerice is maintained by and supports the United Nations World Food Programme, the world's largest humanitarian organisation fighting hunger worldwide. To find out more go to WFP.org
What about French? :\
The spanish section should be expanded. I know people who have taken only two years of spanish at school and can get almost every question correct. For fluent spanish speakers, it is useless. It should be made with words as eloquent as english vocabulary level 60.
also, a Japanese section should be developed.
i took spanish for a summer with my dad but then we we stoped because so now i am glad to see that i can get back into it
My aunt would be great at this as she speaks Spanish.
Glad to see the Spanish version is in place now, reflecting the very large number of speakers worldwide. I hope more leading language versions can be added.
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