Cuba Maintained Supremacy in Orthography Contest

Escambray

Carlos Jaime Jimenez, a student of the Olga Alonso Pre-University Institute in the city of Fomento, Sancti Spiritus province, became on Wednesday the winner of First Prize at the 2011 Spanish American Spelling Contest.

Cuban Jaime Jimenez gave his country the supremacy obtained by his compatriot Lisandra Cutiño in the 2010 Hispanic American Spelling Contest, held in Montevideo, Uruguay. The student of the Olga Alonso Pre-University Institute in the city of Fomento, Sancti Spiritus province, became on Wednesday the winner of First Prize at the 2011 version.

Carlos Jaime Jimenez, a student of the Olga Alonso Pre-University Institute in the city of Fomento, Sancti Spiritus province, became on Wednesday the winner of First Prize at the 2011 Spanish American Spelling Contest.

After having participated in a national scale contest with 15 representatives, Sancti Spiritus high school student, with excellent reader’s credits, beat 11 opponents also in fight for the Cuban ticket.

The 12th Hispanic American Orthography Contest held in Mexico, on December 2011, aimed at promoting correct writing among high school level students in the region and was sponsored by the Fundacion Hispamoamericana Bien Escrita.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *