As an educational collaboration in the framework of a project carried out by the BBC, the public television network in England, the Manchester City striker began to offer “virtual classes” of Spanish to English boys who cannot attend school due to the virus.
“Hello everyone, I am the Kun Agüero of the City, I want to tell all the kids who are learning in their homes at this time to keep it up. Now I am going to teach them how to learn to count from one to 12 in Spanish,” began the one from Independiente, who just turned 32 a few days ago.
The video released is a preview of the full participation that will come out this Thursday, with the aim that children between five and 14 years old can continue to acquire knowledge despite the mandatory isolation, in this case from the hand of an idol who did not hesitate when providing help.
We had “Kun” as a figure on the court. In this sensitive moment, he showed us that he also breaks it off.
🗣️ | El Kun Agüero comenzará a dar clases de español este jueves para la BBC
📘 El jugador del City es uno de los elegidos por la cadena británica para dar clases a través de TV a los niños, que siguen en casa por la pandemia.pic.twitter.com/kM3oiMcYX6
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