In English, please!

In this sense, and coinciding with the Languages Week in our High-School, scheduled for next week, 4Th ESO students of Latin will work, in English, one of the most famous stories of classical mythology, the haunting tragedy of Orpheus and his wife Eurydice. The students will learn the myth and the etymology of the Catalan word Orfeó, or this saying in English: “Don’t count your chickens before they hatch”. The majority of modern languages has well-known equivalences: “Il ne faut pas chanter avant la fête” (French), “No le llames trigo hasta que esté en el silo” (Spanish) or “No diguis blat fins que el tinguis al sac i ben lligat” (Catalan).