This whole show is starting to go astray!
Ok, unlike fiction, which allows a reader to suspend disbelief if sufficiently well written (which this scene was not, for me, anyway), non-fiction must be credible, backed by either good reasoning, or good evidence. That is where life long education comes in. Ok, back to this bad episode of language-learning (in Castillian):
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I do love the plans within a plan, but this Harry Potter moment is a bit much: hilarious, but not as if they’d believe it, on no other evidence.
Now, this manipulation, yes, quite believable, unfortunately.
And hang on, here. If the Professor’s father was supposed to have fought with the Partisans in Italy, hence teaching him the song Bella Ciao, then why would he have ended up having kids in Franco’s Spain?
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