The time had came, the day was here, the final exam, the doomsday,our last chance to show what we’ve learnt about our cities. When I arrived to Pablo’s room he was studying (bookworm…) but then I felt guilty and I started to study too. When we were ready we called two of our friends and the goal was to pretend to be locals using all what we’ve learnt during the sessions. Let’s say that maybe we’d needed a few more sessions but the global results were quite funny and good.
Pablo called one of my best friends, Sanchez, as a good researcher he asked everything I’ve told him in the other sessions. Maybe he was not researching… maybe he asked everything because he didn’t trust me… Anyways he tried to acquire the Madrilian attitude but it was really funny how he pretend to shout and pronounce.
They spent all the afternoon talking, and when they finished talking, it was night so when we called his friend Irene, she was… well let’s say that she was a bit tipsy. She started talking as fast as she can and laughing all the time, that was the funniest and nonsense conversation I’ve ever had. Pablo made his best to not try to laugh about all the things that I was saying and all the things that Irene tried to say, and he helped me with a few expressions. This was by far the funniest session.
I’ll finish with an interview to a Madrilian girl who was asked to try to speak catalan using the shortening algorithm.