Category: Vocabulary

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Some good TED talks for English learners

Watching TED talks can be a great way for students of English (and other languages) to practice. There are TED talks of all levels, covering a wide range of topics. You can choose to...

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The Influence of Guarani on Argentinian Spanish (and English)

Guarani is a very special language.  It is one of the most widely spoken indigenous languages of the Americas. It is the only indigenous language spoken by a majority of the population of an American country...

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Quick English Preposition Test for Spanish speakers

Last week we looked at some of the most common mistakes that Spanish speakers make when using prepositions. But which ones do you still have to practise? Find out by taking this quick test....

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Do you know 20 of the most important phrasal verbs?

Following from last week’s ultimate introduction to phrasal verbs, today we have a quick test. In how many of these sentences can you choose the right phrasal verb? Read the sentences and fill the...

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The Ultimate 5-Minute Introduction to Phrasal Verbs.

At some point, all English learners will come across phrasal verbs. Although it is totally possible to get by without them, all native English speakers use them on a daily basis.  They are often...

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How can Social Media help my English?

Oh the irony! As I try to write this article, I am distracted by social media! Whether we like it or not – Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and others, are here to stay. There are...

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Talk to your Teacher

All classes are different. Some are quiet, some are loud. Some are passive, some are active. Some teach something new, and some improve your current knowledge. There is no correct way to teach or...

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