Hello everyone! ‘Are you a textaholic? Do you frequently neglect work or study to check your phone for text messages? If the answer is yes, you may be a textaholic.’ This is a perfect way to start an article and invite the reader to think about the topic. Imagine you´re doing an exam and you have to write an article about a current and interesting matter. How can you do that? If you need some writing tips, this post is written for you. Are you ready? Go on! Continue reading
Good morning, students! Today it´s Wednesday and we´re going to talk about ‘oral expression’. In a speaking exam, are you able to participate in a dialogue or do you notice sensations like blushing, feeling speechless or breathless? If so, don´t worry because we´re going to give you some tips to improve your skills when speaking. Go on and read this post!
Happy Wednesday everybody! It´s time for grammar and today we´re going to talk about indirect questions. When do you have to use them? What´s the difference between a ‘normal’ question and an indirect one? What´s its structure? This grammar issue is a piece of cake, isn´t it? If you don´t agree, you must read this post. Are you ready? Go on!
Hello ladies and gentlemen! How is it going? This week we´re going to talk about the changing roles of men an women in History, a topical issue. Women´s demand for equal rights began in the early 20th century, but it still continues. Imagine you have to talk about this in an exam. What´s your opinion about the roles of the sexes? What vocabulary do you know about that? Go on and read this post.
Hello readers and book lovers! Don´t you think it´s time for a book review? This week we´re going to talk about Matilda, one of the most famous books written by Roald Dahl, a British novelist and screenwriter. It was published in 1988 and illustrated by Quentin Blake. In 1996 the novel was made into the film, starred by Mara Wilson as Matilda and directed by Dani DeVito. But, as everybody says, the book is always better!
Hello everybody! How about your summer holidays? Can you tell us a story that happened in July or August? A funny or a terrifying one? Imagine you´re doing an exam and you have to write a narrative about your holidays (or any other thing!). How can you do that? If you need some writing tips, this post is written for you. Are you ready? Come on! Continue reading
Hello September and hello everybody! This week we´re going to talk about ‘oral expression’. In a speaking exam, are you able to describe a picture or your mind goes blank? If so, don´t worry because we´re going to give you some tips to improve your skills when describing a photo. Go on and read this post!
Good morning ladies and gentlemen! How is it going? Today it´s Wednesday and it´s time for grammar, isn´t it? Let´s talk about question tags! Do you know what is a question tag? How do you form a question tag? Are there any exceptions? Read this post and find out the answer. Are you ready? Go on!
Hello everybody! Time flies! We´re at the end of August and the next school/high school /university year is almost here. Have you been stolen by someone this summer? Have you witness a crime? Have you ever been arrested by the police? In this post you´ll find some vocabulary related with crimes, criminals, courts and punishment. What do you know about this matter? Go on and test yourself.
Hello students! How are you this wonderful day? It´s time for some writing tips. Imagine you´re working in an office in an English-speaking country and you need to send an email to a workmate (or to your boss!) Do you know the basic rules to write a work email? And the other way round, do you know how to reply an email? If the answer is ‘no’, you must read this post. Here you have some useful tips. Go on!