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Common English words. The English noun...Instructions in... Instructions on how to use the lists to learn common English words. Skip explanation and go straight to English word lists and categories... Vocabulary for official English Cambridge exams (or similar) or general English study. The English vocabulary glossary presented here has been compiled mainly for the benefit of students of the official Cambridge examinations in English or similar tests at the levels: B1, B2, and C1. Essential everyday English vocabulary. Many students of English as a foreign language in classroom situations receive a lot of emphasis on the study of grammar and general subject text content. Word lists arranged in categories. The English word lists are arranged in categories such as kitchen utensils, clothes, fruit, countries, etc. Methodology for studying the English word lists. 1) Open an English word category listed on the left of each page. Correct your English pronunciation. The magical seven new words. English hangman games.

Concorde International Canterbury | Escuela de Idiomas 2. Concorde International Información general Concorde International se fundó en Canterbury (Inglaterra) en el año 1972. El centro de estudios para adultos se encuentra en el corazón de Canterbury, la catedral más famosa de Inglaterra. La escuela es muy conocida en el sureste del país por su cálida hospitalidad. La dirección de la escuela es: Hawks Lane, CT1 2NU - Canterbury (Inglaterra). Instalaciones Cafetería, cocina para uso de los estudiantes, microondas para uso de los estudiantes, nevera para uso de los estudiantes, Máquina expendedora de bebidas, laboratorio de informática, biblioteca, prensa diaria, acceso gratuito, en horario extra escolar, a software de aprendizaje de idiomas, salón, servicio de apoyo al estudiante, fotocopiadora, impresora para uso de los estudiantes, cancha de voleibol, dispensador gratuito de agua, WiFi gratis Instalaciones adaptadas para estudiantes discapacitados WC para minusválidos Equipamiento del aula Acreditación y miembro de organizaciones

First certificate practice - informal letter-writing. Remember that the letter or email should be informal. That means you should use informal expressions, which are usually made up of Anglo Saxon words and not Latin-based words, for example: In informal letters, use contractions consistently, eg. don’t say: I’ll go... and in the next sentence: I would like... . Keep your sentences short. Consider this sentence written by an FCE student: The sentence above is too long. Another thing to remember about writing for the First Certificate exam in general is that your own writing may be difficult to understand for a British examiner. You can now do the following six exercises on informal letters for First Certificate. Go to exercise one on correcting errors in informal letters... Enjoy and good luck with the exam! Copyright © 2013 English Spanish LinkAll rights reserved

INICIO First certificate practice - writing hotel reviews. When writing for the First certificate paper 2 review question, it's important to remember the following points. Use a conversational style in your writing, especially when giving your own opinion, eg. However, avoid very informal expressions and adjectives which may sound too emotive or have little clear meaning, eg. The aim of a review is so that people reading it can decide whether that hotel, restaurant, film etc. would be suitable for them. Once you have offered a clear description, you can add your own opinions, which could be positive or negative. If you remember that a review is intended to be read by people of all tastes, income brackets and ages, you will write a text that will be more useful to everyone. Enjoy the exercises and good luck with the exam! Go to exercise 1 on hotel review expressions for FCE... Copyright © 2013 English Spanish LinkAll rights reserved

es.babbel Matthew Youlden habla nueve idiomas fluidamente y entiende casi una docena más. Trabajamos en la misma oficina en Berlín, así que le oigo usar sus habilidades constantemente, cambiando de idioma cual camaleón cambiando de color. En realidad, durante mucho tiempo ni siquiera llegué a sospechar que era británico. Cuando le comenté a Matthew que me estaba costando muchísimo esfuerzo llegar a comprender tan solo un segundo idioma, se descolgó con los siguientes consejos. Si eres de los que piensa que nunca llegarás a ser bilingüe, ¡más te vale tomar nota! 1. Puede parecer obvio, pero si no tienes un buen motivo para aprender otro idioma, es muy probable que, a la larga, se te acabe la motivación. "Vale, quiero aprender esto, y por eso voy a hacer todo lo que pueda en este idioma, con este idioma y por este idioma." 2. Ya te has hecho la promesa, te has comprometido. Recuerda que el mayor beneficio de hablar otro idioma es poder comunicarte con otros. 3. "Creo que es un enfoque fantástico. 4.

Telephoning in English. Version in... Introduction. Answering the phone in English as a receptionist in an international company may be a cause for worry and stress. On the other hand, the receptionist may have a good level of English but is unaware of the linguistic protocol for speaking on the telephone in English. With the profile of the receptionist mentioned above in mind, we will now study some protocol and expressions and the impressions they may cause. Beginning the phone call - greetings (listen and repeat). The company where you work may tell you how they want you to answer the phone; how you should say the company name and the greeting to use. "Good morning, English Spanish Link. "Good afternoon," ... "Good evening," ... (Do not worry about using a greeting to coincide with the time zone of the caller's country. "Can I help you?" "Good morning, British Airways. o, "Good afternoon, British Airways. "Good evening, British Airways. "Is that British Airways?!" Taking action (listen and repeat). or, You answer:

Video Lesson: Mr. Bean Follow me on twitter This is a video lesson based around the video “Mr. Bean packs his suitcase” thanks to British Council for bringing it to my attention in their lesson plan on making predictions but I’ve adapted it for use in different ways with different levels. Kids and lower levels The aim of this lesson plan is to practice holiday vocabulary (clothes and items that go in a suitcase) and some basic grammar structure. Project a picture of a suitcase on to the board (or draw one) and ask “What do you put in your suitcase when you go on holiday?” toothbrushtoothpasteswimming shorts/trunkstowelunderpantscan of baked beanscloth/flannelsoapbooksuitcasetrousersshortsshoesteddy bearscissors You could also use this quizlet set to go over clothes vocabulary. If children are old enough to write, put them in pairs and hand out post-it-notes and a pencil to each pair. Mr. in his suitcase. Then stick all the post-its on the board and show the video. Higher levels – video dictations Objects: Verbs:

Presentations in English - part 4. Version in... Using "signpost" phrases to help you structure and control your English presentation. The following useful phrases below are essential if you are to present your points clearly and in a professional manner. We can call these useful expressions, "signpost" phrases as they indicate to your audience where you are going with your presentation at any particular moment. Using signpost phrases is also especially useful for: a) you as the presenter because it helps you to organise your thoughts better in English; b) your listeners, who may not be native English speakers either, because it will help them to follow your presentation more easily. It is advisable to memorise a few of these useful English phrases before your presentation. Introductions and welcome. Good morning, ladies and gentleman. I would like to thank you for inviting me here today to talk about... ... I would like to thank you all for attending this presentation. I shall only take about fifteen minutes of your time. ...

10 lifesaving websites for ESL teachers | That is Evil! Lisa has asked me for some recommendations regarding useful sites for EFL teachers and I’m happy to make a little compilation of the places I visit most often to find ideas, inspirations, betimes lesson plans if I feel exceptionally lazy (The Liberation of the Garden Gnomes by Peter Vahle is just shiny!) and share them with you. So, here we go – my ten favourite websites: Hope you’ll like my choice and give these sites a go. Enjoy the recommendations I’ve shared and if you know some interesting sites, please, share them with me as well. Enjoy! Like this: Like Loading... Cómo hacer una presentación en inglés 4. Página principal... Versión en inglés... Utilizar estas frases útiles para estructurar y controlar tu presentación. Las siguientes frases (ver más abajo) son esenciales para presentar tus ideas de una manera clara y profesional. a) te ayudan a ti el ponente porque lo encontrarás más fácil a organizar tus pensamientos en inglés. b) ayudan a los que te escuchan, posiblemente tampoco no nativos de la lengua inglesa, facilitándoles el seguimiento de la presentación en inglés. Es aconsejable memorizar algunas de estas frases útiles en inglés antes de la presentación y además, apuntarlas en tus tarjetas de apuntes. Introducción, bienvenida y cuando se puede hacer preguntas. Good morning, ladies and gentleman. I would like to thank you for inviting me here today to talk about... ... I would like to thank you all for attending this presentation. I shall only take about fifteen minutes of your time. ... If you have any questions, I'd be very happy to answer them at the end. ... My topic today is... ...