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MELODIFESTIVALEÑ

Cómo quedé la última vez que les escribí, les iba a estar contando más sobre el Melodifestivalen. Bueno, hagamos una sinopsis de cómo se realiza dicho evento. No voy a contar la historia porque eso tarda mucho y es poco el tiempo que tengo para esa labor, les voy a contar lo que sé y como lo conocí… El Melodifestivalen se lleva a cabo en mes y medio o 6 sábados, anualmente y está dividido de la siguiente manera: 4 sábados o un mes son para las semifinales o en sueco "deltävlingar" que se llevan a cabo en diferentes ciudades de la geografía Sueca. En cada semifinal se presentan 8 actos o artistas entre Bandas y Solistas, hasta no hace mucho sólo eran permitidos 6 personas por acto con el fin de que el acto ganador no cambie mucho en Eurovision. En cada semifinal la población o el televidente es el que tiene la vocería o el poder de elegir al ganador de la semifinal, al comienzo del show se abren la líneas para el televoto, se presentan los 8 actos en un orden previamente sort…

MELODIFESTIVALEN Goes in Español

Well we still don't know all the song titles and maybe there it could be some song in this language, but I used that title so suggestive just to explain the following:As there's a lot of information in English and Swedish about this great show and there are also Hispanic speaking people who like this amazing and fantastic show, from now and then I'm gonna write about the show just in Spanish with a view more Latin and not European especially Spaniard (I know there are a lot of fans from Spain, but from here Latin America the view is so different), but if you are a non Spanish speaker and want to help with the blog sending me information in English I would appreciate! ;)… Hey you can also practice your Spanish here, I write as simply as the English! ;) Don't worry I'll keep writing in English and in Future I'd be writing maybe in the Second Language of ESC, yeah in French! (I'm studying it right now) Así que para los Latinoamericanos y los que quieran practi…

Internships: a need or a nightmare?

When you are thinking in your future, you have to think about study something that helps you to grow up like a person, earn Money and make you feel completed. If you live in a country that belongs to the bad called "third world" you have to think more in something that will make you earn enough money over the above mentioned items to choose the career you would like. It's my case, I love the languages and it's hard to find a job just with that profession here, so I decided to study a technology in Industrial mechanical maintenance, because I know I live in a "third world country" and if we want to advance we have to use all the resources and tools we have in our hands to find the way to overcome the poorness and the needs we have. And the Industry is one of the ways to do it, so that's the main raison I chose it. I'm almost finishing the career, I chose it too because it's not too long to study, because the educational institution makes professi…

MELODIFESTIVALEN

Available in English / Disponible en Español (después)Following the line of the big period of time before the ESC, I'm going to talk about one but the best of the National Finals… Melodifestivalen! If you have the face of "Melodifestivalen, wtf?" right now, I'm going to tell you that it's a Song Contest held in Sweden by the Public National Broadcaster, Sveriges Television "Swedish Television" (SVT) as the tool for picking up the Song and the Act, who will represent the country in the upcoming Big European song contest; Eurovision Song Contest.Being honest with all of you, I'm still a new fan of this Big Show (MF), with almost the same account of fans that the ESC has, I knew it recently thanks to one of the Lovely Swedish Singer/Actress/Mom Linda Bengtzing. I have to say that my very first Melodifestivalen-Schlager song was "Jag ljuger så bra" (I lie very well). My second ever song listened entirely in Swedish language after Agnetha's…