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3.en.8. Dossier for the outing. Interviewing. A famous food market in Barcelona

This morning everyone got a dossier as a guide line for the tasks you will have to do during the outing to el Olivar.

In Catalan and in Spanish you will have to interview shop owners and customers. The dossier includes the necessary language to do the interviews in English too.

Could you interview  an English speaking person?


Interview a shop/ stall owner/ worker

Type of stall:                                                                        Name of the person:

  1. How long have you been at this market?
  2. Have you ever had a famous customer?
  3. What type of people are your regular customers?
  4. Have you noticed the crisis?
  5. What would you tell people to make them come here to do their shopping instead of going to big malls?

Interview a customer

1)     Profile: age, nationality, family, job,

2)     Frequency: (How often does he/she shop at the Olivar)

3)     Money spent on shopping:

4)     transport(car, walking, bus, other)

5)     Opinion ( prices, variety, quality)

6)     Recommendations (favourite products and stalls)

7)     Other questions:

Now, have a look at this video of a famous food market in Barcelona. Let’s see how  much you understand

  1. What is the name of the market?
  2. howmany neighborhood markets are there in Barcelona?
  3. How old is the market?
  4. What’s the origin of the name?
  5. How many stalls are there?
  6. What are the displays like?
  7. what are Spanish onions like?
  8. what is the closest to Spanish ham?
  9. Spain is the largest producer of…?
  10. what are the ingredients of chorizo?
  11. which food is hotter Mexican or Spanish?
  12. What do they drink at the end of their visit to the market?

Post your answers to the blog.

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3 Mai 2010 - Posted by | anglès, materials | ,

10 comentaris »

  1. 1) St.Josep – La Boqueria.
    2) About 40 markets.
    3) 30 years.
    4) Sant Josep.
    5) 500 stalls.
    6) Perfect displays.
    7) the onions are sweet.
    8) Italian Prochuto.
    9) Chorizo.
    10) Grown porc, combined with garlic, salt, pepper and pimienton.
    11) Chilies
    12) They drank Sangria.

    Comentari per guillemfurio | 11 Mai 2010 | Resposta

  2. 1)La Boqueria.
    2)Around 40 neighborhoods.
    3)30 years old.
    4)San Josep.
    5)Five hundred of stalls.
    6)Perfect displays.
    7)The Spanish onion are sweet, and you can eat like an apple.
    8)Italien pshouden phosul… I can’t write it.
    9)Chorizo.
    10)Grown pork, garlic and condiments.
    11)Chilli. It was very hotter.
    12)They drank Sangría.

    Comentari per miguelinramonllull | 9 Mai 2010 | Resposta

  3. 1) The Boqueria.
    2) About 40 market’s.
    3) 30 years old.
    4) In Sant Josep (La Boqueria).
    5) Five hundreds stalls.
    6) Perfects display.
    7) Spanish onion are sweet and very good.
    8) Italian pshoudo.
    9) Sausages
    10) Grown porc, pepper,salt, pimienton, garlic.
    11) Chillis.
    12) They drank sangría.

    Comentari per xisco1997 | 9 Mai 2010 | Resposta

  4. 1)St.Josep – La Boqueria.
    2)There are about 40 neighborhood markets.
    3)Around 30 years old.
    4)The name comes from bug.
    5)Five hundred stalls.
    6)Orderly rows and perfect displays.
    7)They are so sweet that you can eat them like apples.
    8)Italien poshoudoe?(:S)
    9)Sausages(chorizo)
    10)Grown porc,pepper,garlic and pimenton.
    11)Spanish.
    12)Sangria.

    Comentari per jlny7288 | 6 Mai 2010 | Resposta

  5. 1) Rambla´s market.
    2) 40 markets.
    3) 30 years old.
    4) Sant Josep, La Boqueria
    5) hundreds stalls.
    6) Ferfects dispaly.
    7) Spanish onion are sweet, you can eat it like an apple.
    Italien pshoudoe
    9) Sausages
    11) Chillies.
    12) drank wine.

    Comentari per jhoannacorrea | 5 Mai 2010 | Resposta

  6. 1. It’s the Boqueria.
    2. About 40 Markets.
    3. I think arount 30 years old.
    4. St. Josep.
    5. Five hundred stalls.
    6. Perfect displays.
    7. The onions are sweet and you can eat it like an apple.
    8. Italian phoudoe.
    9. Sausage.
    10. Garlic, salt, bron porc and pepper and paprika.
    11. Chilies.
    12. I think Sangria.

    Comentari per andrea199762 | 4 Mai 2010 | Resposta

  7. 1. La boqueria
    2. 40 markets
    3. Around 30 years.
    4. St. Josep-La BOqueria
    5. Five hundred stalls
    6. Perfect display
    7. The onions are sweet and you can eat it like an apple
    8. Italian phoudoe ( :/ )
    9. Chorizo
    10. Grown porc, salt, pepper and pimienton and combined with garlic
    11. Chilli
    12. Sangria

    Comentari per peptoni xD | 4 Mai 2010 | Resposta

  8. 1.St. Josep – La Boqueria
    2.40 markets
    3.
    4.Bug
    5.Five hundred stalls
    6.Orderly rows and perfect displays
    7.The onions are sweet and you can eat it like an apple
    8.Italian prosciutto?
    9.Chorizo
    10.Grown porc, garlic, salt, pepper and ¿?
    11.chilli
    12.Sangria

    Comentari per philline | 4 Mai 2010 | Resposta

  9. 1: The name of the market is The Ramblas
    2: There are about 40 market
    3:
    4: The origin of the name it’s Sant Josep, la boquería.
    5: Five hundred stalls
    6: Perfect displays
    7: They are so sweet that you can eat them like apples.
    8: It’s like Italian pho… pro… proshudo? prochudo? Help!
    9: The sausages + chorizo
    10: Garlic, salt, bron porc and pepper and paprika (¿?)
    11: Chilli (poplados… proba… proprablos… ¿? Help (again)!)
    12: They drink sangria.

    What’s that little noise at the end?

    Comentari per tatidt | 4 Mai 2010 | Resposta

  10. 1) Rambla´s market.
    2) There are 40 markets.
    3) 30 years oold.
    4) Sant Josep, La Boqueria
    5) Five hundreds stalls.
    6) Ferfects dispaly.
    7) Spanish onion are sweet, you can eat it like an apple.
    8) Italien pshoudoe (I don’t now how spell it).
    9) Sausages
    10) Grown porc, combined with garlic, salt, pepper and pimienton.
    11) Chillies.
    12) They drank wine.

    Comentari per india16 | 4 Mai 2010 | Resposta


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