The Alicante University has inaugurated a Romanian language course for the children of Romanian immigrants, the Romanian public radio informs, quoted by news agency Rador on Sunday. Radio Romania says Romanian children living with their families in Spain find it socially easier for them to speak Spanish.
The classes are dedicated to Romanian children, aged 3 to 12 and the main purpose of the classes is to preserve the use of Romanian language among immigrants there.
On Saturday, the first school day, 20 students came to classes with their parents. The school will provide language classes, history and geography while for the small children, games and teachings of Romanian traditions.