This is the third part of our English-Spanish Parallel Texts course, and we will look at the Spanish alphabet. I know a Russian bar on Paseo del Prado called El Bar Boxitogorsk. I’m not from Madrid, but I live here and know Madrid very well. English translations will appear later, but I will look at them only after I’ve read and tried to understand the Spanish versions several times. Catherine. My name is Ekaterina. Ekaterina: I’m Russian. Peter: That’s a beautiful name. Ekaterina: Hello, good morning. I know a Russian bar on Paseo del Prado called “El Bar Boxitogorsk”. Ekaterina: Bar Boxitogorsk. Peter: That’s good! Ekaterina: Nice to meet youEkaterina. That street is called Paseo del Prado, and the museum is at the end of the street. If you want to look up unfamiliar words in the dictionary, that’s fine, do it, but do it after you’ve done your best to understand it with what you already have in your head. I don’t know Valencia, Pedro.