It´s Wednesday and our topic for today is ‘Clothes, fashion and shopping’. Nowadays fashion starts in the streets, not in the fashion designer office. ‘Street style’ has caught on in a big way and a lot of people follow fashion blogs /Instagram profiles. But, are you able to speak about fashion, shopping and so on in a conversation? And in a speaking exam? If not, you´ll probably have an interest in this post. Here we´re going to show you some useful vocabulary about clothes and shopping. Go on!
Hello everybody! It´s time to talk about grammar again. Have you ever been to London? Did you go to London in 2018? What´s the difference between both questions? And between present perfect and past simple form? When do you have to use one or another? Go on and find out the answer thanks to this post.
Good morning everyone! This week we have some writing tips. Are you looking for a job right now? If the answer is yes, you need to read this post because we´re going to talk about covering letters. This is an interesting issue because a good covering letter will help you to get your dream job. Go on and follow these basic rules. If you don´t get the job, at least you´ll get very good marks at your writing exam.
Hello everybody! Today´s a beautiful day, isn´t it? What?? Don´t you agree with me? In that case, remember that you have to be polite when you have a different opinion in a conversation, especillay if you´re doing a speaking exam. Here you have some useful expressions (words and phrases) that will help you to express your opinion, ask for an opinion or setting an argument. Read this post and practice talking to your classmates!
Hi people! How are you this week? ‘Health, illness and treatment’ is our topic for today. Imagine you don´t feel well. What can you do? Maybe you should make an appointment to see your family doctor (GP) at the local health centre. If so, would you be able to explain your symptoms to him/her? No? Then, you´ll probably have an interest in this post. Here we´re going to show you some useful vocabulary to talk about medicine. Go on!
Wednesday again! And we are here with a book review. Today we´re going to talk about another American author. He´s Mathew Dicks, a novelist, teacher and blogger. ‘Memoirs of an imaginary friend’ is his third novel and it won the 2014 Dolly Gray Award for children´s Literature. This author publishes in the UK under the pseudonym Matthew Green. Do you know him? If not, you must. Go on and read this review, but once again, take care! There are some spoilers!
Hi everybody! How is it going? This week we´re going to talk about articles, a matter that confuses many people. When do you have to use ‘a’ or ‘an’? How about ‘the’? And what happens when you don´t need an article? This topic seems to be easy, but it´s certainly ‘food for thought’. If you want to know some pieces of advice about articles, go on and read this post.
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.