It´s Wednesday again! And today, we have some writing tips. Do you know how to write the perfect essay? How many connectors do you usually use when you write a composition? This is an important matter because a good structure would help you to get very good marks. Go on and read this post.
Hello everybody! How are you today? ‘Animals’ is our topic for this week and we´re going to start from scratch. What animals do you know? Can you name at least five animals? If not, you have to read this post. Here we´re going to show you some useful vocabulary to talk about wildlife, nature and so on. Are you an animal lover? Do you have any pets? Have you ever lived on a farm? Then, you´ll probably have an interest in this.
Hello students! How are you this Wednesday? Today we´re working in conjunction with ESI Radio (https://www.esichiclana.com/esi-radio/) and we´re going to talk about ‘from’ and ‘of’, two prepositions that worry many English learners. That´s because in some languages like Spanish, Italian or French, we use only one word (in Spanish, “de”) and not two. However, in English, there´re some differences between ‘from’ and ‘of’. As you can see, this topic is ‘food for thought’. When do you have to use ‘from’? And ‘of’? In this post you´ll find some clues.
Hello everyone! How are you this Wednesday? Today we are going to talk about different ways to express obligation or necessity. When do you have to use ‘must’? And ‘have to’? What is the difference between them? What is the meaning of ‘should’? How can you express prohibition? Here you have some keys. Go on and read this post!
Hello everybody! Are you hungry or angry today? You may be angry because you are hungry. If so, you can go to a restaurant and order some food and have a very good breakfast. Imagine you are in London, or in any other city in England (or in the world). What vocabulary can you use in a conversation with a waiter/ waitress? Here you have some useful expressions (words and phrases) that will help you. Read this post and practice talking to your classmates!
Wednesday again! And we are here with a book review, but this time we are going to talk about an American author. His name? Francis Scott Fitzgerald, the writer who best reflected the period between 1920s and 1930s (the ‘Jazz Age’ in USA) in his novels. He wrote only four books, but a long list of short stories. One of his best-known books is ‘The Great Gatsby’, the one we are going to talk about. You probably know it thanks to the film adaptation, starring Leonardo DiCaprio. If not, go on and read our review, but take care! There are spoilers!
Hello everybody! This week we are going to talk about grammar, in particular, about conditional sentences. What are conditional sentences in English grammar? What is the difference between the first and the second type? And between the second and the third type? When do you have to use one or another? Go on and find out the answer.
Hello everybody! How are you today? Our topic for this week is ‘A letter of complaint’. Imagine you have bought a new TV and it doesn´t work, or you have rented accommodation and the roof is leaking or the toilet doesn´t flush. What would you do? What would you do if your flight to London is delayed? You must write a letter of complaint. How? Go on and find out the answer.
Hello everybody! How are you today? Saint Valentine´s day is coming and so, our topic for this week is ‘personality’, probably one of the most important things when you have a relationship, don´t you think? You know what is said: ‘True beauty is inner beauty’. But, what vocabulary can you use to describe your partner´s personality? Go on, and find out the answer.
Hello everybody! This week we are going to talk about grammar, starting from the scratch. What is the difference between present simple and present continuous form? When do you have to use one or another? Go on and find out the answer.