Chinese and Spanish: a contrastive analysis

Maximiano Cortés Moreno has a degree in Anglo-Germanic Philology, a Master's Degree in Teacher Training of Spanish as a Foreign Language and a PhD in Language and Literature Didactics from the University of Barcelona (Spain).

In 1988 he began his teaching career as a teacher of English language in Secondary Education Institutes in Spain. He continued in Slovenia as a teacher of Spanish and Catalan. Since 1993 he teaches Spanish language and culture, as well as Spanish as a foreign language in several universities in Taiwan.

Since 2002 he has been collaborating with the Cervantes Virtual Center, in the team of authors of the dictionary of key terms of ELE, developing didactic activities for the DidactiRed section, including a series specifically dedicated to Chinese students of Spanish.

Since 1997 he has been a researcher at the Applied Phonetics Laboratory of the University of Barcelona. He is currently researching under the patronage of the National Science Council de Taiwan.

He has published twelve books and more than fifty articles on the teaching and learning of foreign languages. Most of these publications are focused on the particular case of Chinese speakers who learn Spanish.

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