The World in Words 56: The language of Guadeloupe and Martinique, Spanish unity and disunity, and teaching English in France part 2

This week, two takes on language teaching in France. First, a couple of Paris high schools have started teaching Antillean creole. Then, part two of Patrick's conversation with American Laurel Zuckerman who wanted to teach high school English. Zuckerman fought the French education establishment- and guess who won? We then consider an Arabic word beloved by Saudi Arabia's morality police. Finally, Spain unites over a soccer victory, but remains divided over which songs best represent the spirit of the nation.

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