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Wishes | Course 10

We can use ‘wish’ to talk about something that we would like to be different in the present or the future. It’s used for things that are impossible or very unlikely. I wish I had a big house (I don’t have a big house, but it’s a nice idea!). I wish we didn’t need to…
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Asesoría para Niños y Adolescentes

¡Hola! Los días viernes en horario de 4 a 5 pm estaremos en una asesoría virtual para revisar temas con los que sus hijos tengan problemas relacionado a la materia de inglés. Sólo tienen que ingresar al enlace que aparece aquí abajo a la hora de la asesoría. Si tiene problemas al conectarse o alguna…
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“Be going to” vs. Present Continuous

When you want to talk about future events or plans, you have some options. We are going to review two forms in this post; “Be going to” and Present Continuous. Remember the difference “Be going to” – It’s a very general future form for plans or things we can’t control or decide like the weather.…
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Prepositions of Place | Course 01

Usar Prepositions of Place puede ser un poco difícil. Especialmente cuando en idiomas como el español no las usamos de la misma manera o ¡usamos una para casi todo! Te estamos viendo a ti “en”. 🙄 Las preposiciones que suelen ser confusas son “in“, “on“, y “at“. Estas tres son usadas para describir nuestra ubicación en ciertos…
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Prepositions of Time | Course 02

Usar Prepositions of Time puede ser un poco extraño. Especialmente cuando en idiomas como el español no las usamos de la misma manera. Las preposiciones que suelen ser confusas son “in“, “on“, y “at“. Estas tres son usadas para describir tiempos muy específicos. Checa la imagen en esta publicación y resuelve este Quiz para ver…
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The Internet — The new pathway to success?

Years ago, the path to success in the world of entertainment seemed long and arduous. Aspiring artists often waited years before being noticed by the public. There were endless stories of actors waiting tables in Hollywood hoping to get discovered; of writers sending off hundreds of manuscripts to publishers only to accumulate a pile of…
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Indirect Questions | Course 12

An indirect question is a question embedded inside a statement  or another question.

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Adverb vs. Adjective | Course 10

An adjective describes a noun or pronoun: “That boy is so loud!” An adverb describes a verb or anything apart from a noun and pronoun: “That boy speaks so loudly!” Adverbs are used to answer how questions e.g. “How does he talk? – He talks loudly.” Flowers smell sweet or flowers smell sweetly, which is correct? Smell sweet is correct because it describes the…
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8-Step Process for Creating a Speech

Step 1. Find an idea you want to share To hone in on your idea worth sharing, it can be useful to ask yourself things like: What’s one assumption I’d like to challenge? What’s a belief of mine that has changed, and why? What does everyone miss when they think about my area of interest…
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