Ana Cabanillas Alfaro was born in Talanga and raised in Tegucigalpa and Valle de Angeles. He graduated from Una and speaks five languages
Ana Cabanillas Alfaro, 29, has become an ambassador of Honduran culture in Nice, France, where she obtained her master’s degree and also works as a translator at the University Côte d’Azur.
When Ana was 10 years old and in fifth grade at the Reino de los País Bajos school in Tegucigalpa, her mother, Ana Bertha Alfaro (photo), went to work in the United States to give the family a better future.
“Without my mother, everything I’ve done would not be possible and without the help of my grandparents on my father’s side, with whom I grew up, Teresa Medina and Silvestre Cabanillas, neither”, to Ana accepts.
Ana, 29, speaks five languages: English, French, German, Italian and Spanish. She’s a teacher, works as a translator, has a master’s degree in France, runs an online school, and never forgets her Honduran roots, her hard-working mother, her exemplary father, and all the people who Those who have been involved in his sacrificial but successful training…
In 2021, Ana applies to become a Spanish assistant in France and she is successful. He visited the European country on 21 October in the same year.
In 2022, he saw a call on the Facebook page of the French Embassy in Honduras for a scholarship program in that country. He applied for a partial scholarship from Campus France for Central America. Acceptance letter from the university is a requirement to be able to apply for the scholarship and be successful.
Ana is currently earning her master’s degree in “Hispanic et Hispano-América” at the Université Côte d’Azur. A few days after starting his master’s degree, the university itself offered him a job contract as a Spanish language assistant.
“I work in the language center of the university. My job is basically to help people who need help in German, French, Italian, Spanish and English”, says Ana.
In the first year, Ana graduated from the State of the Netherlands School, a public institution in the Miraflores neighborhood. Mrs. Bertha was in the fifth grade when she traveled to the United States. He attended high school at the Tegucigalpa National School of Music and graduated as a music teacher for the elementary level. When he was 18, he studied foreign languages at the National Autonomous University of Honduras (UNAH).
She is one hundred percent Honduran and transmits her culture to France. “I was born in a town in Talanga, I lived in Tegucigalpa and the last few years in Valle de Angeles.” His grandfather, Silvestre Cabanillas, is Peruvian, but he came to the country fifty years earlier.
After Spanish, the first language he learned in high school was English. “I completed it in Germany because it was my only language to communicate, there I was already able to speak English well and I was learning German. I already knew French and Italian
Anna has also given space to love. Currently she has a French boyfriend. His name is Julien and he is from the north of France. “She’s excited to get to know Honduras,” Ana explains.
Ana and a childhood friend (David Hernandez Lorenzana) have an online academy. He appears on both Facebook and Instagram. In the following links: Facebook academiaidiomasca and Instagram: academiaidiomasca
2023/05/1611:44h. / Luis Fernando Licona
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