Wait, what? I thought this thing was the other way around? … You are right, my dear reader, you are right. But when one of my former interviewees, Kate, contacted me about doing a reverse interview, I thought, “Why not?” So I sent her boyfriend, Jorge, an interview, and he graciously filled it out for me. Kate blogs at Kate in Spain.
Now, I conducted the interview with Jorge in Spanish, because I believe writing/speaking in one’s native tongue allows one to be more forthright and expressive. So, I’ll be including his answers in Spanish and translating them as best I can.
¡Muchas gracias por hacer la entrevista! (Thank you for agreeing to do the interview!)
Por favor, preséntate. (Please introduce yourself.)
Hola! Me llamo Jorge y vivo en León. Soy profesor de música en un instituto de la ciudad y enseño violín por las tardes.
Hello! My name is Jorge and I live in León. I am a music teacher in a city high school and I teach violin in the afternoons.