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What to do with DO and MAKE?

What to do with DO and MAKE?

Do or make? If you have problems choosing between do and make when you’re speaking English, you’re not alone. It’s one of the most common questions that I hear in my classes, and the truth is that I still don’t think that we teachers have a totally satisfactory...
Why give gifts?

Why give gifts?

My business partner doesn’t like the word ‘gratis’ in Spanish. She says that if something is free, people think it’s either a trap or can’t be worth much. As a native Spanish speaker, she usually wins the argument, but since it’s Christmas, I’d like to defend the...
How to Survive a British Pub

How to Survive a British Pub

We give you some advices to survive a british pub. The noise and stress of a busy bar make life hard enough in your own language, and when everyone is speaking English, things can get stressful for a non-native speaker.Unless of course, you’re prepared… Getting Served...
¿Quedamos para hablar?

¿Quedamos para hablar?

Aprender un idioma nuevo es tarea difícil pero hay que practicar y mantener una motivación activa. Practicar su pronunciación, explorar más vocabulario y leer mucho para que la gramática nos sea cada vez más conocida. Esto puede provocarnos cierto estrés y acaba por...
Noun Combinations: Some “Issues”

Noun Combinations: Some “Issues”

How you do a noun combinations? Here you have some «issues». If you ever make mistakes using noun combinations like “training courses” in your business English, read on for a guide to the dangers and how to avoid them. “Noun + Noun” combinations like “business...

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