Monthly Archives: April 2015

Spanish Alphabet

Spanish Alphabet, Language, Pronunciation and Facts

  • Spanish alphabet has 27 letters. In 1994, the Royal Spanish Academy removed two letters (ch and ll) from the the alphabet, making it 27 letters instead of 29.
  • Spanish first started to appear in writing in the form of notes and glosses in Latin religious texts, the Glosas Emilianenses, dating from the 11th century. During the 12th century, law codes (Fueros) were being translated into Spanish.
  • The Spanish language is written using the Latin alphabet, along with a few special characters : the vowels with an acute accent (a, e, i, o, u), the vowel u with diaeresis, and n.
  • Spanish is the third most spoken language in the world.

Spanish Alphabet & Pronunciation

Spanish Alphabet and Pronunciation

Spanish Speaking Countries

Spanish Language World Map

Spanish Greetings

Basic Spanish Vocabulary Words

Spanish Language Facts

Who painted Guernica ?

Pablo Picasso

Guernica is a Cubist painting by Spanish artist Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) which was painted as a representation of the horrors of war after the Nazi bombing on the Spanish town of Guernica in April 1937. Guernica is a very large painting, measuring 3.5 meters in height and 7.8 meters in width. The painting is painted in oil and in monochrome colors of black, grey and white. Pablo Picasso was one of the most prolific artists of all time, he produced 1,885 paintings, 1,228 sculptures, 2,880 ceramics, 12,000 drawings, many thousands of prints, and numerous tapestries and rugs. Guernica is the most famous painting of all time.

Pablo Picasso - Guernica

Guernica - Major Components

Pablo Picasso 1881-1973

Three-Musicians-By-Pablo-PicassoThe Three Musicians (1921)

Pablo Picasso Collage

Why Do People Snore ?

 Narrow Airway

  • Snoring is the sound produced by vibrating structures of the upper airway, typically during inhalation. Snoring is not an illness, but it is a symptom. Half of people who snore loudly have obstructive sleep apnea
  • Snoring happens when you can’t move air freely through your nose and mouth during sleep. Often caused by the narrowing of your airway, either from poor sleep posture or abnormalities of the soft tissues in your throat. A narrow airway gets in the way of smooth breathing and creates the sound of snoring.


Common Causes of Snoring

Causes of Snoring - Normal & Snoring & OSA

Range of Sleep Disorded Breathing

Snoring Overview