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Bridge: Lucky Bridge (Hunan, China)+ [BrIdGe] llevatilde.uhrzeit.BBC

25 August 2019

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

Lucky Bridge (Hunan, CHINA)

See this knot bridge for interesting websites via bridgeURL

 

BrIdGe llevatilde / Uhrzeit / BBC podcasts

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llevatilde

https://tinyurl.com/y4uqxaob

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apapel 

https://tinyurl.com/y3uofqhz

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OWL Purdue

https://tinyurl.com/y4jgt768

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BBC podcasts

https://tinyurl.com/y56cv9y5

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goodreads

https://tinyurl.com/ljw72vq

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uhrzeit

https://tinyurl.com/y4mj9pmc

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Sample: llevatilde.es

¿Lleva tilde contáis?

ANÁLISIS SILÁBICO

con – táis

Palabra aguda que está formada por 2 sílabas. Se analiza el acento prosódico con vocal tónica en la “a”.

CONCLUSIÓN

La palabra contáis, con vocal tónica en la “a”, Lleva tilde.

Razón:

Las palabras agudas acabadas en ‘n’, ‘s’ o vocal llevan tilde.

 

 

¿Lleva tilde contéis

ANÁLISIS SILÁBICO

con – téis

Palabra aguda que está formada por 2 sílabas. Se analiza el acento prosódico con vocal tónica en la “e”.

CONCLUSIÓN

La palabra contéis, con vocal tónica en la “e”, Lleva tilde.

Razón:

Las palabras agudas acabadas en ‘n’, ‘s’ o vocal llevan tilde.

 

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¿Lleva tilde dais

ANÁLISIS SILÁBICO

dais

Palabra aguda que está formada por 1 sílaba. Se analiza el acento prosódico con vocal tónica en la “a”.

CONCLUSIÓN

La palabra dais, con vocal tónica en la “a”, NO lleva tilde.

Razón:

Las palabras monosílabas no llevan tilde según las reglas de acentuación, salvo que se utilice la tilde diacrítica.

La palabra correcta, con vocal tónica en la “a”, sería:

dais

 

¿Lleva tilde deis

ANÁLISIS SILÁBICO

deis

Palabra aguda que está formada por 1 sílaba. Se analiza el acento prosódico con vocal tónica en la “e”.

CONCLUSIÓN

La palabra deis, con vocal tónica en la “e”, NO lleva tilde.

Razón:

Las palabras monosílabas no llevan tilde según las reglas de acentuación, salvo que se utilice la tilde diacrítica.

La palabra correcta, con vocal tónica en la “e”, sería:

deis

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#PDF G-Drive

https://tinyurl.com/yyuqwcww

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Three folded gifts in 7 favourite websites

29 July 2019

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

Some webs have the three-folded gift of offering the platform, a profile and an element extra. Let us see, for example LinkedIn. This web provides tools for a professional profile, the forum to share information or whatever and contact other people with the same interests as you. The point number three can be the SlideShare page. This happens with 43marks , tumblr & blogger, too.

Something similar happens with Twitter (profile, live contact through tweets and links), gmail (google site -profile-, electronic mail and a safe box called Google Drive) and WordPress for blogging (gravatar -profile-, the wonderful blog site and plenty of links)

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#PDF G-Drive

https://tinyurl.com/yyw5tdy8

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#PDF G-Drive

43marks

https://tinyurl.com/yybelv4j

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effinfavs 7ten13*+ (EXTRA)[BrIdGe] UM (AV, webmail, EIDUM)

19 May 2019

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

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43 marks / in

twitter / gmail / efnotebloc

tumblr / efemoleskine

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mvce / medium ef / DB

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imgur / instapaper / goodreads

 

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DOWNLOADS

#PDF G-Drive

https://tinyurl.com/yyp3lhqc

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BrIdGe

Aula Virtual UM

https://tinyurl.com/2v5herd

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Webmail UM

https://tinyurl.com/y56dptgr

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EIDUM

https://tinyurl.com/y2kbpyzo

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PhD Gest. Doc

https://tinyurl.com/yxlzbkwv

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Library Nebrija UM

https://tinyurl.com/yx95sazv

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Saving links on Instapaper

24 March 2019

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

[SARA]

Now I save some of my links, favourite websites, news & blogs

on

Instapaper

https://www.instapaper.com

@Instapaper

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Bob Dylan, Sara and their offspring

Essential websites for English language practice

30 October 2017

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

London, 196o (@historyinmoment)

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1.esl.fis.edu: dialogues, communication.-creative site

http://esl.fis.edu/index.htm

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2. Learn English Feel Good: exercises, choice.- attractive pages

https://www.learnenglishfeelgood.com

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3.eslfast: dialogues, audios.- ideal for communication

https://www.eslfast.com

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4.rong-chang: short, easy texts, big letters.- reading

https://www.rong-chang.com

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5.BusinessEnglishSite: specific website on Business English.-plenty of practice

https://www.businessenglishsite.com

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The nine favourite websites of mine (also a Plan B)

23 August 2017

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

If 43marks doesn´t work, try del.ici.ous.com

if gmail is not a good idea there, use hotmail or aol

tweet on Twitter & blog via wordpress

 

Just in case DropBox might be a risky safe, why not trying Hubic or Mega?

G-Drive archives seem to be fine as well as SlideShare net (LinkedIn)

 

Blog via blogger (efemoleskine)

post writings in medium

keep texts, videos, pictures and links on tumblr

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7 websites

3 February 2017

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

e7adeb83ffe0081fe01186201be44961

MASTER KEY: 43marks.com

PROFILE: LinkedIn

3: Twitter / gmail / efnotebloc.wordpress

QUICK BLOGS: Tumblr / efemoleskine.blogger

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6 second line fav websites

18 December 2016

 

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

liv-liv-tyler-3319943-400-300

(Liv Tyler, actress)

E F.-181216

blogger (efemoleskine) / goodreads / dropbox

 blogger-icon

 

hotmail.es / emilioefe / mividacomoescritor

 

 wordpress-icon

9 fav websites

18 December 2016

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

 la-foto-1-3

(James Dean, actor)

gmail / twitter / efnotebloc

gmail-icon

tumblr / Pinterest / imgur

 imgur-icon

LinkedIn / Medium / Facebook

in

 

 

3 websites, videos, newspapers and podcasts

11 June 2016

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

20100105-moleskine

For those teachers who wanted to be good at Business English I would recommend three websites related to Business English, listen to podcasts, read English newspapers every day, watch videos and use dictionaries.

1/Learn English Today (abbreviations, vocabulary, games, interviews, business conversations, etcetera) http://tinyurl.com/68j8vf

2/Business English Site ( general Business English, sales and marketing, listening comprehension texts, reading texts, etcetera) http://tinyurl.com/go9tfy5

3/Teaching English Org.(meetings, socialising, lesson plans and worksheets included) http://tinyurl.com/hsxm4m6

Moreover I would insist on reading English newspapers such as The Huffington Post, The Daily Mail or The Daily Telegraph on a regular basis. Anyway, there are plenty of online magazines and newspapers with brilliant articles (Buzzfeed, The Independent, The New Yorkers, The Guardian)

Watching videos on @YouTube, the news on @euronews and listening to podcasts on @BBC_podcasts is essential to keep English alive


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