Category: Ingles

WRITING 9: New Year´s resolutions

WRITING 9: New Year´s resolutions

Good morning everyone and welcome to our blog one more time! At the start of each year a lot of people in the world make a list of goals they want to achieve in the next twelve months. Some of them are reachable but others aren´t. It depends on how realistic they are. The point is that New Year´s resolution is a tradition. If you want to know more about it and make your own list of purposes, you must read this post. Go on! Continue reading

GRAMMAR 13: BASIC FUTURE FORMS

GRAMMAR 13: BASIC FUTURE FORMS

Hello ladies and gentlemen and happy new year 2020! Today we´re going to talk about grammar and it´s the turn for future. How can you talk about your future plans? Do you have to use the same form in all cases or it depends on the situation? If you want to know some basic future expressions, you must read this post. Go on!

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BOOK REVIEW 6: A CHRISTMAS CAROL

BOOK REVIEW 6: A CHRISTMAS CAROL

Hello readers! It´s time for a book review. Christmas is coming and that´s why we´re going to talk about ‘A Christmas Carol’, one of the most famous short novels written by Charles Dickens. It was published in 1843 and it tells the story of Ebenezer Scrooge, an old man who hates Christmas. You probably know this novel and his author, or perhaps you´ve seen the film adaption, but if not, you must read this post. Go on!

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VOCABULARY 11: CHRISTMAS

VOCABULARY 11: CHRISTMAS

Hello everybody! Christmas is coming and that´s why today we´re going to talk about Christmas vocabulary. How many words are you able to say right now? Make a list. If your list isn´t very long, you may need to read this post. As you can see, this is a present for you. Go on and don´t look a gift horse in the mouth!

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SPEAKING 8: A JOB INTERVIEW

SPEAKING 8: A JOB INTERVIEW

Happy Wednesday! Imagine you have a job interview in English. What kind of questions may you have to answer? Which expressions do you have to use to make a good impression? What can you do, apart from smiling, to get the job? If you want to succeed, you must read this post. Come on!

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GRAMMAR 12: NARRATIVE TENSES

GRAMMAR 12: NARRATIVE TENSES

Hello boys and girls! How are you? It´s time for grammar and today we´re going to talk about Narrative tenses. When telling a story, what kind of verbal tenses must you use? For example, what verbal tense do you normally use to ‘set a scene’? And to describe a longer, continuous past action? If you have some doubts when writing a story, you must read this post. Go on!

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VOCABULARY 10: HISTORY AND POLITICS

VOCABULARY 10: HISTORY AND POLITICS

Hello students! How is it going? If you could travel in time, what period of history would you have liked to live in? Which historical character would you have liked to meet? On the other hand, what was the most significant historical event of the last century for your country? Are you able to talk about history and politics? If not, you must read this post. Go on!

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WRITING 8: AN INFORMAL EMAIL (E-PAL)

WRITING 8: AN INFORMAL EMAIL (E-PAL)

Hello everybody and welcome to our blog! Would you like to have an e-pal? That is, a virtual close friend. Would you be interested in contacting a foreigner? Maybe you could practise your English and make new friends. Would you be able to write an email with information about yourself to a new e-pal? If not, you must read this post. Go ahead!
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SPEAKING 7: GREETINGS AND INTRODUCTIONS

SPEAKING 7: GREETINGS AND INTRODUCTIONS

Good morning ladies and gentlemen! Today it´s Wednesday and we´re going to talk about ‘greetings and introductions’. This is a basic issue, but some students have problems with formal and informal style when greeting or introducing themselves. Which expressions do you have to use in formal or informal contexts? If you don´t know the answer, you must read this post. Go on!

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GRAMMAR 11: REPORTED SPEECH

GRAMMAR 11: REPORTED SPEECH

Happy Wednesday and happy Halloween! This week we´re going to talk about grammar. It´s the turn for reported speech. Do you know how to report what someone previosly said? When reporting a sentence, do you have to change the word order? How? Are there some rules or some exceptions? If you cannot answer these questions, you should read this post. Go on! It´s not a creepy one!

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