Posts Tagged ‘English language’

A girl and her chewing gum (poem)

18 June 2018

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“If you don´t go through live” …

5 June 2018

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Oldest Message in a Bottle – level 2 | News in Levels

26 May 2018

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14-03-2018 15:00 A woman in Australia was picking up rubbish on a beach when she found a bottle with a message inside it. It turns out that the bottle came from Germany in 1886, and the message was also old and from a German captain. The find is the oldest message in a bottle in the world! You can see…

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Apostrophe, parenthesis, ampersand

13 May 2018

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-Punctuation in English language-

Overuse of the English expression “very”

6 May 2018

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One could say terrified instead of very afraid, for example.

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sense i tive poetess [gift]

10 February 2018

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How to express your opinion in English (engvid)

3 February 2018

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The Prince and the Pauper, Mark Twain (helping reader note)

3 February 2018

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Extract of the A4 paper reader note.-


Mark Twain, The Prince and the Pauper (Oxford Bookworms)


chapter 7.-

Title: The Gang of Thieves

Plot: the story itself

Settings: London

Characters: the Prince (Edward), the Pauper (Tom Canty), Old Andrew, John Canty, Lord Hertford, Miles Hendon, Henry VIII

Time: XVI th century, Tudor England, ca. 1547


To the reader:

[have you got a dictionary/smartphone, pencil & bloc?]


Date: 5022018(Mon)

Pages: 29-32



let us go.vayamos

sitting down.sentado

said.dijo (past of “to say”)


hurt.dolido, herido

at once.enseguida

barn.granero rio (past of “to laugh”)



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10 facts about you

27 January 2018

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Conjugate verbs in the present simple tense (AUXILIARIES)

1 November 2017

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Conjugation of English verbs


Auxiliary verbs

Affirmative, negative and interrogative forms

affirmative form

to be (ser o estar)

I am.yo soy

You are

She is

We/ you / they are

negative form

can (poder)

I cannot

You cannot.tú no puedes

She cannot

We/ you / they cannot

interrogative form

can (poder)

Can I?

Can you?

Can she?.¿puede ella?

Can we / you / they?




Skeleton of verbs (enunciado o presentación de verbos)

can could – (poder)

must “had to” (deber)

to be was / were been (ser o estar)

to have had had (tener o haber)

to do did done(aux* o hacer)


Auxiliary verbs:

A/ primary auxiliaries:

to be; to have; to do

B/ modal auxiliaries:

can, could, may, might, must, will, would, shall, should


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