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5 ways to accelerate your language learning

Alejandro
After living in Spain and teaching English for the past three years, I have seen the struggle of grasping a new language from two perspectives. ...
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Yolanda

IELTS writings all that you need to know....

When it comes to IELTS one of the most scary sections is the writing, is the last section of the test, there is a huge challenge with the time, and the most important element, is that we never now what to say and whether this will be good enough or...
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Laura

English for the Tourism Sector: Making lemonade out of lemons

Have you ever come across the English expression: “when life gives you lemons, make lemonade”? It means that when we find ourselves in a bad situation, we must always try to make the best of it; instead of feeling sorry for ourselves, we should...
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Lexy

Do vs Make. Do mistake or Make mistake?

These two words may be baffling, but we can't do without them in our speech. In this article, we are going to discuss the basic difference between them and I will give you 14 collocations where "make" and "do" are used. The basic difference between...
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Anca

Learning English: sweet dream or dreadful nightmare?

For the majority of Spaniards learning English has become their life goal. However, would you all agree with me if I said that this particular dream has a way of turning into a nightmare? I can hear you all saying 'Yes' right now. Let's face it, it'...
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Natalia

5 reasons for traveling to London as soon as you can

Hi there! I couldn't think of a better topic than London for my first post. Have you ever been to the capital of England? If not, you really should and I am going to give you 5 arguments to catch a plane and spend a few days (or more!) there. 1. Pra...
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Michael

STOP! Infinitive or -ing form? Grammar B2

What is the difference between these two sentences? 1.       I stopped talking to my friend 2.       I stopped to talk to my friend Maybe you think they mean the same, but that is a big mis...
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Michael

Writing an essay in English (part 4 of 4): conclusions. Level B2 and C1

This article will help you with FCE, CAE, IELTS and TOEFL. When you write an essay, you must always remember to write a conclusion. To some students, writing a conclusion seems unnecessary. Maybe in your culture this is not necessary, but you need t...
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Michael

Idioms with the colour “green”, vocabulary B2/C1

Fields and forests are green. Some people have green eyes or wear green clothes. My favourite colour is green. But when is green not green? Let’s look at some idioms with green. 1.       Green with envy / the green-eyed...
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Lucas

Still Wondering whether to Study American or British English?

American or British English? This is an outdated debate based on a false dichotomy. Professor Jenkins employs the term “World Englishes” to refer to all the varieties of English that we can find in the world. Thus, this binary opposition between Ame...
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Claire

Do you want to speak like a native? Check these idioms!

In the use of the English language, idioms can be very useful but, sometimes, also difficult to understand. An idiom is an expression in a specific language that doesn't have a literal meaning but a peculiar signification that is popularly known. Th...
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Rory

Confessions of an English teacher! I hide the vegetables...

Dear Student of English, I thought it would be useful to share a few experiences from a teacher's point of view.  But I promise not to scare you with that dreaded word again.“GRAMMAR”. Even thinking the word can give you a chill, I know! It see...
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Rebecca

How Conversation Practice Can Improve Your English

Do you feel like you are struggling to improve your English? Do you understand a lot, but find it difficult to communicate properly? This is why it is important to practice your speaking skills regularly. Though this can be difficult at first, it wi...
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Michael

Which exam is right for you? Review of the TOEFL exam

This is how TOEFL scores compare IELTS and CEFR levels: Today, I will look at the TOEFL, the American English exam many USA universities require to offer you a place. Unlike UK exams, TOEFL is ONLY done online. You get a score from 0 to 120. Typica...
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Michael

Which exam is right for you? Review of the IELTS exam

This is how IELTS scores compare to the CEFR levels: But which exam is right for you? Today, I will look at the IELTS, the International English Language Testing System, developed by Cambridge in response to the American TOEFL (I will cover TOEFL i...
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