Curso de Inglés Avanzado Lección 1 Writing a formal email Here are some formal expressions you can use when writing a formal email. How to begin your email: _ Thank you for your prompt reply. - In reply to your email... - Thank you for your email in which you... - Many thanks for contacting us about.... - I am writing to inform you.... / I am writing to request... / I am writing to point out that... / I am writing in reference to... / I am writing to enquire about... How to finish your email: - Please, contact me again if you need any more information. - Let me know if you need anything else. - I look forward to seeing you/I look forward to hearing from you/I look forward to meeting you/I look forward to speaking to you/I look forward to receiving the information - If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me. - Kind regards, - Sincerely,.
British Slang If you’re planning on visiting London in the future, you might just want to familiarise yourself with some British Slang expressions that are very commonly used by the British. They will be very useful particularly if you’re likely to be socialising with Londoners. 1. “Mind The Gap” The Best Funny Videos Showing The Importance Of Being Bilingual Or Multilingual — Part One A couple of days I ago I asked readers to help me out by suggesting video clips from movies and television that would demonstrate the importance of being bilingual. I’m creating a lesson plan (which I’ll share in this blog sometime in the future) where I’ll use videos, along with information from The Best Resources For Learning The Advantages To Being Bilingual. I’ve just begun to view the suggestions, and still have to watch quite a few on Netflix, but thought I share some of the best that people suggested and that I just found by searching through YouTube. Here are my choices for The Best Videos Showing The Importance Of Being Bilingual — Part One: Anne is the one who got me looking on YouTube with her suggestion of “The importance of being bilingual”:
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Talk2Me English : The world's 'English Mania' TED talk by Jay Walker: High intermediate video lesson Why are so many people trying to learn English? Is it mania or is it a necessity? Is the world obsessed with learning to speak English? CristinaSkyBox: Creating Websites When I began this blog, I had my (then) current students in mind as a potential audience. Since then, this blog has changed, gone through different phases, and it's likely that this may happen to everyone who shares in blog formats. For me, that is natural in the sense that blogs are organic, changing as oneself learns and grows professionally. As a result, I sometimes wonder what recommendations I could possibly give when others begin their own blog. In regard to learners, maintaining a blog is a great way to have an E-Portfolio ready to present whenever necessary, let alone an opportunity for practising and developing digital literacies.