118.- English expressions about time. Advanced English

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200.- Diferencia entre fit, match y suit.

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199.- Un poco después. Subiendo de nivel.

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198.- Other ways to say late.

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197.- Other ways to say wait.

volver a Vocabulario inglés   Hold On  AND Hang On together because often they are used synonymously. Meaning: to wait for a short time   Examples: Just hang on for a few seconds, and I’ll be with you. Just hold on until I finish this. We often use them when we’re talking about telephone calls. For example, if your new washing broke down and you’re ringing a customer service line. Hold on, I’ll put you through to someone who can help you. Unfortunately, these days many companies have an automated voice recognition system;...

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196.- Inside job.

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195.- Rápidamente; subiendo de nivel.

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194.- Singular nouns.

volver a vocabulario Inglés     Nouns in English have both singular and plural forms. However, there is a group of nouns that can only be singular.     1. Names of particular people, places, events, e.g. Peter, Johnson, Trafalgar Square, Easter, Saturday…     As far as I’m concerned, Christmas is the most enjoyable time of the year. I’ve got a few friends but Bernard is my best friend. Oxford Street is always full of people on Saturdays. Versailles is a famous castle in France. Mont Blanc is not as high as...

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193.- Fully. Diferentes colocaciones del adverbio.

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192.- Correlative conjunctions.

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191.- BEEN TO and GONE TO. Differences between them.

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190.- Está claro; subiendo de nivel.

 

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189.- Contribuir; subiendo de nivel.

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188.- It’s controversial: sinónimos

volver a Vocabulario inglés   It’s controversial: sinónimos   It’s divisive It’s polarising It’s contentious It’s a hot debate It causes division It’s a sore subject It’s much debated It’s a touchy subject It’s a sensitive subject It causes a lot of friction

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187.- Phrasal verbs: communication

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186.- Conclusión del speaking. Subiendo de nivel.

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185.- Aunque. Subiendo de nivel.

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184.- Expressions to describe the mood.

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183.- Collocations with GROW.

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182.- No me sorprende. Subiendo de nivel

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181.- Slow on the uptake

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180.- Think and learn: phrasal verbs.

volver a Vocabulario inglés     https://madrid-berlin-idiomas.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/speak-better-english-with-harry-episode-367.mp3       Brush Up (On) Meaning: to improve something that you previously knew, to try and make it a little better or just to refresh your memory You need to brush up on the rules of the road before you take your driving test. We can brush up on some way of dealing with Excel spreadsheets if we haven’t used them for a while. If you want to brush up on your English, you can listen...

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179.- Job idioms.

volver a Vocabulario inglés     Job idioms    

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178.- How to use the verb PAY.

volver a Vocabulario inglés   This verb usually has to do with money, but not necessarily. We can use it in collocations such as pay attention or pay a visit, which have nothing to do with money or paying.       Collocations using PAY     Mark paid Sara a compliment for a lovely dinner. (he told her that she’s a good cook)   We have to find time to pay a visit to William. He’s in hospital (to visit him.)   Pay attention to what I’m going to tell you now! (listen carefully)   They are...

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177.- Shoes and boots.

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176.- Sin embargo. Subiendo de nivel.

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175.- Other ways to say stop

volver a Vocabulario Inglés     https://madrid-berlin-idiomas.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/12-Ways-to-say-STOP-in-English-_-Study-English-advanced-level.mp4         To Halt   Meaning: to get somebody to stop, usually used as a command Example: He turned and shouted to the rest of the men, ‘Halt!’     To Prevent   Meaning: to stop someone from doing something or to stop something from being done Example: Everybody is looking for a vaccine that will prevent the spreading of...

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174.- Errores muy comunes que se cometen a la hora de hablar en inglés.

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173.- Difference between care, mind and matter.

volver a Vocabulario inglés     Difference between care, mind and matter.      

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172.- Help, subiendo de nivel.

volver a Vocabulario inglés     Cómo decir HELP en función de los diferentes niveles.        

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171.- Talking about decisions

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170.- Like + infinitive / like + ING

volver a Vocabulario Inglés       https://madrid-berlin-idiomas.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/Like-Verb-ING-Like-Infinitive-Enjoy-Verb-ING.mp4     Infinitives   I want to sleep. How many verbs are here? There are two verbs. Verb 1. want and Verb 2. sleep. The verb sleep has the word TO before it. This means the verb is in its infinitive form: to sleep. To + verb is called an infinitive. To sleep is an infinitive. Normally when two verbs are together, the second verb (verb number 2) is in its infinitive...

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169.- Due, due to. B2.Vídeo

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168.- Inversions. Teoría y ejemplos. Video. C1. C2

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167.- Binomials C1.

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166.- Expresiones de cantidad en inglés y español – lista y ejemplos. B1. B2

volver a vocabulario Inglés     Expresiones de cantidad en inglés y español – lista y ejemplos. B1. B2       Top 20 expresiones de cantidad en inglés y español   Inglés Español a couple of   un par de (dos o tres, no muchos/as)   a pair of/ two pairs of   un par de/ dos pares de = una(dos) pareja(s) que forma un conjunto, no separable .     a few *few= very few. = muy pocos/as….. tenemos un problema   Unos/as pocos/as (contable plural, no muchos… no hay...

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165.- Collocations with CHANGE

volver a vocabulario Inglés   Change A Light Bulb probably, one of the most common phrases related to change in English. If the light does not work (an electric light) in your overhead light or lamp (desk lamp or wall lamp) then you need to replace it with a new one. We change a light bulb.     Change A Nappy Anyone with children will know all about this. Young children are not toilet trained (they do not know how to use the toilet) and therefore we constantly need to keep them clean and dry particularly after feeding...

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164.- Expresiones de inglés super avanzado. C1. C2.video

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163.- I understand. B2. C1. Video.

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162.- Binomials and collocations with at. C1. C2.

volver a vocabulario Inglés   https://madrid-berlin-idiomas.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/speak-better-english-with-harry-episode-355.mp3     At Last Meaning: we use this expression when we’ve been waiting a long, long time We can use this in quite a few ways. I got that job at last. I got that promotion at last. At last, the bus has finally come. Ha-ha, at last! I thought you’d lost it. I thought I’d never see it again. He got round to writing his resignation letter at last. He had been thinking about it for a long,...

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161.- Usos de such. C1. C2.

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160.- Suit. Vocabulary for exams. C1-C2.

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159.- Conectores de consecuencia.

volver a vocabulario Inglés       Reason/consequence     Because   Porque   Due to   Debido a   As a result   Como resultado     Therefore   Por lo tanto   Consequently   Como consecuencia   That’s why     Por eso     Thereby   De este modo Thus/Hence   Por...

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158.- Forma impersonal.

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157.- Stative verbs.

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156.- Tomar decisiones.

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155.- Expresiones con ‘as’

volver a vocabulario Inglés     As a result Only 3 people were going to attend the conference. AS A RESULT it was cancelled. Solo 3 personas iban a asistir a la conferencia. POR LO TANTO, fue cancelada.     As a whole A few players need to improve, but the team AS A WHOLE is balanced. Algunos jugadores necesitan mejorar, pero el equipo EN SU CONJUNTO está equilibrado.     As if It looks AS IF it’s going to rain. Parece COMO SI fuera a llover.   Did you get a pay rise? (¿Recibiste un aumento de...

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154.- New Year resolutions. Vocabulary.

    life changing action – something very significant   to stick to – to continue doing something that you have planned to do and not change your mind   to give up – to stop doing something   goal – target   requirement – important factor   to quit – to give up   to get over – to get past, to overcome (a difficulty)   to cut down – to reduce   to cut out – to give something up completely   struggle – forceful effort         We usually...

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153.- Due. How to use it.

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152.- Collocations with ‘challenge’

  https://madrid-berlin-idiomas.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/01/speak-better-english-with-harry-episode-349.mp3   To Face A Challenge   Meaning: when we face a challenge, to look at it and deal with it So anytime we have problems, the best way to deal with the problem is to face that challenge, whatever the challenge happens to be. To face the challenge of getting fit. To face the challenge of doing the exam. Parents always tell their children not to run away from a challenge but to face the challenge or face up to the...

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151.- Conectores en inglés. Cuando se trata de… A1 – C2.

  CUANDO SE TRATA DE…   A1   Woman should stick together in relation to gender inequality.   A2   …. regarding gender inequality at work.   B1   …when it comes to gender inequality.   B2   …on the issue of / in light of gender inequality.   C1   …when it comes (right) (down) to gender inequality.   C2   …as far as gender inequality...

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150.- Conectores en inglés. Debido a … A1 – C2.

  DEBIDO A     A1   Most of the air pollution takes place because of the burning of fossil fuels.   A2   Most of the air pollution takes place as a consequence of the burning of fossil fuels.   B1   Most of the air pollution takes place due to the burning of fossil fuels.   B2   Most of the air pollution takes place owing to the burning of fossil fuels.   C1   Most of the air pollution takes place in the event of /  through / following  the burning of fossil...

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149.- Cómo hablar de probabilidad en inglés.

  PROBABILIDAD A1   A two-week circuit breaker lockdown is possibly/probably going to happen.   A2   A two-week circuit breaker lockdown is expected to happen.     B1   In all likelihood, a two-week circuit breaker lockdown will happen.   B2   A two-week circuit breaker lockdown is likely to happen.   Chances are that a two-week circuit breaker lockdown will happen.     C1   A two-week circuit breaker lockdown may very well/is set to take place/ is on the horizon/...

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148.- Cómo suponer en inglés. A1-C2.

SUPUESTAMENTE   A1   The man who apparently killed fifty puppies has been captured.   A2   The man who supposedly killed fifty puppies has been captured.   B1   The man who is said to have been killed fifty puppies has been captured.   B2   The man who is supposed to have killed fifty puppies has been captured.   C1   The man who allegedly/seemingly/reportedly/presumably/ killed fifty puppies has been captured.   C2   The man who ostensibly/ seemingly/ professedly/ killed...

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147.- Talk about problems in English

  Collocations related to problems   Face/encounter/confront a problem If you face or encounter or confront a problem, then you are aware of it and you are trying to deal with it. For example: Today, we are facing global warming issues that must be dealt with as soon as possible. When they tried to deal with the problem of discipline in their school, they encountered the problem of drugs abuse. The Johnsons have been confronted with many problems since they moved to another country.   Address/tackle the problem If you address or...

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146.- Phrasal verbs related to education

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145.- Christmas phrasal verbs.

Look Forward To Meaning: to wait for something with pleasure Are you looking forward to the holiday season or are you feeling a little grinch-like?     Hang Up Meaning: to fix something or secure something somewhere from the top of the object Last year we had a large tree, the whole family was helping my father to dress the tree and hang up decorations.     Put Up Meaning: to place something somewhere in an upright position so everybody can see it When do you usually put your Christmas tree...

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144.- Housework vocabulary.

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143.- Collocations with plan. Nivel B2. C1.

volver a vocabulario Inglés   DEBERES: Leer atentamente la teoría. Hacer frases con: Shelve a plan. Traduce esta frase: Tenemos otras prioridades en este momento. Tendremos que poner el plan inicial en cuarentena.     COLLOCATIONS WITH PLAN         Come up with a plan     Think of a plan   The best plan   The best thing to do     Unveil a plan     Officially tell people about it   Abandon a plan   Decide not to continue with...

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142.- IN VS AT

 

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141.- IN VS INTO / ON VS ONTO

   

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140.- Small talk questions – FOOD.

  Small talk questions about food       FAVOURITE FOODS     What’s your favourite dish?     What’s your favourite meal?     What do you like to eat?     Are there any foods that you absolutely hate?     Are there any foods that you absolutely won’t eat?     Do you like trying new foods?     What’s the most recent food that you’ve tasted?     What have you eaten recently?     What new food have you tried...

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139.- Leisure activities

  LEISURE ACTIVITIES   –> GO + -ING   Go running Go walking Go surfing Go sailing Go climbing Go camping Go dancing Go shopping Go swimming Go jogging Go hiking Go sightseeing Go skiing Go fishing Go skating Go scuba diving Go...

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138.- What’s the difference between rob and steal?

https://madrid-berlin-idiomas.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/12/kLjI82sQd7juZUW6.mp4         Question: What is the difference between rob and steal?     Answer: Subtle differences between words can be tricky, especially in a case like this one. The Oxford Guide to Canadian English Usage explains that, in archaic English, rob was a synonym for steal. Time marches on, and in modern usage, both words refer to taking something from a place or person without permission. The Gage Canadian...

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137.- Phrases and verbs related to communication

1- To Make Eye Contact Meaning: to try and communicate with them without using words As I said, some ways of communicating are verbal, and others are nonverbal. So to make eye contact is a non-verbal way of communicating. We can use our eyes to tell somebody exactly what we want. We can indicate with our eyes looking left, looking right, or we raise our eyes to heaven. We are telling somebody perhaps that we don’t believe what we’re hearing, or we’re a little bit shocked when we open our eyes wide. Example: She slowly raised her eyes...

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136.- Extreme adjectives.

   

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135.- Vocabulary related to marriage.

  Vocabulary related to marriage.   MARRIAGE (noun) – it means to become a husband and wife ex. This actress was married five times and her last marriage made her the happiest.     WEDDING (noun) – it is the ceremony which starts the marriage ex. The wedding was supposed to start at 3.00 pm but the bride was late for almost an hour.     BRIDE – the woman who is getting married     GROOM – the man who is getting married     BEST MAN – the special friend of the...

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134.- Evaluative adjectives.

    Positive Evaluative Adjectives In English   First-Rate Meaning: something that is really really good; at the very very top We can also use top class. Example: The hotel I went to last week, was first-rate. It was a four-star hotel, but really the services were first-rate. The room was wonderful and there was an area where I could sit and work. The service in that restaurant was first-rate.       Spectacular Meaning: extremely impressive, something eye-catching because it is so...

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133.- Both, either and neither. B2. First Certificate.

    Both     Either     Neither Both = the two Alternatives = this AND that   Either = one of the Two alternatives = this OR that   Neither = none = not this AND not the other   BOTH English AND Spanish   EITHER English OR Spanish NEITHER French NOR Arabic   I can speak both English and Spanish.       I can speak either Eglish or Spanish. Which is easier for you to understand?     I can speak neither French nor...

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132.- Advanced expressions with on

1. On The Off Chance Meaning: when we use this expression, we’re not quite certain that something might be possible or somebody might be able to help us For example, you go into a shop, you’re searching for perhaps a particular notebook, you haven’t seen it anywhere in the city, but you see this little stationery shop at the end of the street. So you run in and you say to the shopkeeper, On the off chance, would you happen to have this type of notebook? Yeah, hold on, I think I’ve got one in stock. Or you could ask a colleague, On the...

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131.- Job idioms and phrases.

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130.- What’s the difference between aim, goal and objective?

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129.- Out of your depth.

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128.- What’s the difference between mistake and error?

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127.- The difference between: mind, matter and care

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126.- Business english vocabulary. C1. Video.

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125.- English idioms related to work.

  https://madrid-berlin-idiomas.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/videoplayback-7.mp4   1- Learn/Know The Ropes Meaning: learn/know how to do something This comes from a sailing or nautical type of reference because ropes are something we use when people are sailing.  When people sail on yachts and boats, they have to tie up the boat in a certain way. They have to pull certain ropes to get the sails to move. So to learn the ropes is when you’re trying to learn how to sail. We use this now in a reference to job and work. So...

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124.- Ways to say therefore.

  Ways to say therefore   In line with Because of this As reported by Consequently Resulting from For this reason For as much as In consequence In that event As a result In as much as It follows that On account of On the grounds Accordingly Since Wherefore To that end Then Thus So Hence Thence End...

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123.- At the end vs. In the end. B2. First Certificate.

  At vs. In the end     At the end + of + noun: los últimos momentos antes de que algo termine   Suelo ir de vacaciones a final de año. I usually go on holiday at the end of the year.    Expression: al fin y al cabo: At the end of the day, it isn’t your problem.       In the end + action: el resultado final o finalmente   Al final, todos nos fuimos a casa. In the end, we all went...

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122.- Job idioms. C1. Video.

  https://madrid-berlin-idiomas.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/12-Job-Idioms-and-phrases-in-English-_-Study-English-advanced-level.mp4             1-  learn/know the ropes Meaning: learn/know how to do something  This comes from a sailing or nautical type of reference because ropes are something we use when people are sailing.   When people sail on yachts and boats they have to tie up the boat in a certain way. They have to pull certain ropes to get the sails to move. So to learn the ropes is...

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121.- Diferencias de uso: ZERO vs O (oh) vs NIL

  DIFERENCIAS DE USO ENTRE ZERO vs 0 (oh) vs NIL             ZERO O (oh) NIL     –       Significa “cero”     –       – Se utiliza para mencionar el número cero “0” (en matemáticas, en contextos científicos o económicos, etc).         –       Significa ”cero”.   –       En inglés británico, se utiliza para mencionar el número cero “0” cuando deletreamos los números como parte de una...

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120.- Ways to say I want.

Ways to say I want.     https://madrid-berlin-idiomas.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/videoplayback-6.mp4     I Wish Examples: I had a euro for every time somebody asked me for an English lesson. I wish I could go out later but it’s very wet.       I Hope Examples: I hope that you will be able to come back soon. I hope to sign up for university in the next few months.       I Long For When you long for something, it means literally that you have wanted it for a very long time. Example: I long...

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119.- Other ways to say difficult in English

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118.- English expressions about time | Advanced English

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117.- What (…) like? vs How…?

  What (…) like? vs How…?     La palabra like se utiliza como verbo y como preposición.   1. VERBO Gustar (persona, cosa o actividad) Gustar + persona= tiene dos posibilidades, en el sentido de sentirse atraído físicamente, o gustar su forma de trabajar. I like my new boss. She is efficient, understanding and hardworking… está claro a qué se refiere. I like Susan,,, I´ll probably ask her out … Me gusta Susan,,, a lo major la invito a salir Caer bien. I really like Susan. She is charming and my best friend....

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116.- Music Idioms. Advanced English.

  MUSIC IDIOMS   https://madrid-berlin-idiomas.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/Useful-music-idioms-in-English-_-Speak-English-with-Harry.mp4   Here is the first one: 1️⃣ blow your own trumpet Meaning: to tell people good things about yourself and what you can do; can have either positive or negative connotations Examples: She tried hard to blow her own trumpet during her annual review, but the manager ignored her story. ‘I did a really good job on the presentation last week. You should have tasted my...

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115.- Beside vs Besides.

Beside vs Besides   Beside is a preposition. We usually use it to talk about physical position. It is a more formal version of ‘next to’. There was a book on the table beside him. I sat beside her on the bench. Besides can be either a preposition or an adverb, and is often used to add information. Besides enjoying reading, she loves riding horses. You should do something else besides playing video games. As an adverb, it’s often used to add a more important or stronger point I want to go and lie down. Besides, I...

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114.- 8 English Verbs To Describe Reading.

5 English Verbs To Describe Reading 1.GLANCE You may not have a lot of time so you look at or read something quickly. Example: I glanced at the headlines in the newspaper to see what was happening.     2. FLICK THROUGH If you are waiting for someone to arrive or sitting in a waiting room before an appointment you might flick through a book or magazine to pass the time. It is a quick look without really spending too long on any page or article. Example: Sarah flicked through the magazine out of curiosity and ended up buying...

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113.- English idioms with DAY

English idioms with DAY   Day in day out Something happens repeatedly or regularly over a long period of time. Joe continued with the same routine, day in day out, without a break, until he retired las year.   Save the day Stop bad things from happening, or rescue a dramatic situation. Thank you for bringing in some snacks to share with everyone. You saved the day.   In this day and age In this modern times. In this day and age you really need to stand out from the crowd.   Call it a day. To decide to stop doing...

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112.- English Idioms about Halloween

  English Idioms about Halloween     1️⃣ Skeleton In The Closet (Cupboard) Meaning: to have an embarrassing secret about your past, something that a person tries hard to conceal Example: The company did not disclose information to its customers because they had a skeleton in the closet.   2️⃣ A Ghost Town Meaning: abandoned place (village, town or city) where nobody lives Example: There are ghost towns all over the world.   3️⃣ In Cold Blood Meaning: to do...

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111-. English Money Vocabulary

  English Money Vocabulary   Cost of living How much people pay for things.   To save up (for sth) Save money so that you can buy something in the future.   Standard of living The level of money and comfort people have.   Debt Money which is owed to another person or organisation.   Broke Having completely run out of money.   Well-off Having a lot of money.   To blow money To spend money on useless things.   To be overdrawn To spend more money than you have in your bank...

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110.- Ways to say IMPORTANT

Ways to say IMPORTANT   VITAL It’s vital that you get the information back to the commander.   CRUCIAL In times of a pandemic, it’s crucial to understand how the virus is evolving.   AT STAKE There is a lot of stake. If I don’t get this new account, I won’t be able to pay my bills.   FUNDAMENTAL It’s fundamental that we give our customers the best experience possible.   MAJOR Due to the major roadworks on Bridge street, the traffic is backed up for a couple of...

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109.- LISTA DE CONECTORES IMPORTANTES PARA C1

  LISTA DE CONECTORES IMPORTANTES PARA C1       BECAUSE OF ON THE GROUNDS OF AND NOT ONLY BUT ALSO MOREOVER FURTHERMORE OTHERWISE OR ELSE FOR EXAMPLE TO NAME BUT A FEW THEREFORE HENCE HOWEVER RATHER TO FOR THE SAKE OF IN RELATION TO WHEN IT COMES DOWN TO/TOWARDS ON THE OTHER HAND AT THE OTHER END OF THE SPECTRUM AS I SAID BEFORE AS AFOREMENTIONED IN CONCLUSION TO CUT A LONG STORY SHORT IF WETHER/ ASSUMING...

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108.- El uso enfático de “do” y “does” en oraciones afirmativas.

El uso enfático de “do” y “does” en oraciones afirmativas.   La teoría Esta estructura consiste en: sujeto + auxiliar do + verbo principal. Normalmente va siguiendo a una negación. No soy ningún genio, pero sí que sé cómo usar un mando a distancia. I’m no genius, but I do know how to use a remote control.   No olvides cambiar a does para he, she y it. (Él) No bebe café, pero sí que bebe té.  He doesn’t drink coffee, but he does drink tea.     La...

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107.- How to tell someone to wait in English. Formal and informal expressions.

  How to tell someone to wait in English. Formal and informal expressions.   Hold on/hang on Wait for a short time. Just hold on until I finish this.   Just wait until/till Someone should be patient. Please just wait until I get a chance to discuss this with you.   Bear with me Used for asking someone to wait and be patient. Please bear with me for five minutes while I finish this email.   All in good time A polite way to ask someone to wait and not try to make you hurry. We’re just going to take another...

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106.- Collocations with BEYOND.

  Collocations with BEYOND     Be beyond somebody – you’re not able to understand or figure out something.     Beyond repair – completely broken.     Beyond any doubt – you cannot argue or dispute the fact.     The back of beyond – a very distant or remote location     Beyond all understanding – the majority of people don’t understand something.     Beyond question – something is certain, clear, or obvious.     Go well beyond – go further...

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105.- Punctuation.

  Punctuation     . , ; : ? ´ ( ) / Full stop Comma Semi colon Colon Question mark Hyphen Brackets Slash       – “….” ! ‘ AB ab Dash Quotation mark Exclamation marks Apostrophe Capital letters smal...

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104.- PREPOSITIONS IN ENGLISH: work in, as, from, for, at, on…?

https://madrid-berlin-idiomas.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/PREPOSITIONS-IN-ENGLISH_-work-in-as-from-for-at-on..._.mp4 Now… Test your understanding of this English lesson I work __________ a restaurant. onatduring Tina works __________ 10 hours every day. fromforuntil He works __________ a lawyer. asliketo We didn’t work alone. We worked __________ the IT department to complete the project. onatwith Do you work __________ Amazon? forfromtill We work __________ Monday...

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103.- Apologize/ Apologise (UK)

To tell someone that you are sorry for having done something that has caused problems or unhappiness for them: TO someone FOR something FOR + -ing I must apologize to Isobel for my lateness. Trains may be subject to delay – we apologize for any inconvenience caused. She apologized profusely for having to leave at 3:30 p.m. He apologized to his mother for his behaviour. Jim should apologize for the delay. I apologized to the boss for arriving...

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102.- Verbos modales de prohibición.

Los verbos modales de prohibición más comunes son mustn’t y cannot aunque may/might not y shall not también se pueden usar. Y luego tenemos la versión negativa de have to y need (to), que… bueno, lo vemos debajo.   Mustn’t You mustn’t smoke in public buildings (Está prohibido fumar en edificios públicos).   Cannot / can’t You cannot smoke in a hospital (No debes fumar en un hospital). You can’t get your driving license until you are eighteen years old (No puedes sacarte el carnet de conducir...

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101. To dash off.

https://madrid-berlin-idiomas.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/to-dash-off.mp4     Like all of them, ‘dash’ is the verb and ‘off’ is the preposition.   ‘Dash’ is something quick. Just dash off.  I have to dash off for another meeting. Sorry, I can’t wait. I can’t talk to you, I’m in a hurry. So they dash off.    Or somebody’s trying to get some messages done before close of business on a Friday. He runs out to his secretary,  Let’s just dash off a quick answer to these guys and then I can follow it...

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100.- To dwell on.

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99.- Phrasal Verbs about Crime and Scam.

Phrasal Verbs about Crime and Scam   https://madrid-berlin-idiomas.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/speak-better-english-with-harry-episode-189.mp3   To Prey On/Upon Meaning: to take advantage of somebody, to take advantage of the neediest in society   Example:   The scammers preyed on the need of the German government to purchase protective masks for their population. Thankfully, they didn’t get away with the money.   to prey on the lonely to prey on elderly people   Example:   Scammers who preyed on the...

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98.- Good manners.

Good manners   1. Will you…? Will you open the door for me?   2. Would you…? Would you open the door for me?   3. Would you please…? Would you please open the door for me?   4. Could you (please)…? Could you open the door? Could you please open the door?   5. Could you possibly…? Could you possibly open the door?   6. Would you kindly…? Would you kindly open the door?   7. Would you mind…? Would you mind opening the door?   8. Would you be so kind as...

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97.- Ways to say I LIKE IT

  Ways to say I LIKE IT     I’ve grown to like it.   I’m partial to it.   It’s to my liking.   I’m passionate about it.   It goes down well.   It looks great.   It looks good.   It looks fantastic.   This is wicked!   I fancy it/ her.   I’m fond of it.   I am into it.   It appeals to me.   I’m not really into it.   I can’t get enough of it.   I’m mad about it.   I love it.   I adore it.   It sounds great.   I’m crazy...

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96.- Connectors of Comparison

  Connectors of Comparison   Similarly Comparable In the same way Likewise As with Equally Just as… so too A similar x Another x like… Just as In similar way In similar manner Resemble As Similar to In common As well as Same as Just like The same as As … as Equal In comparison to Also By the same...

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95.- Asking and giving directions

  Asking and giving directions       Asking direction   Giving direction How do I get to library? Go up… Where is the nearest post office? It’s on the corner Can you tell me the way to the Big Hotel? Go straight ahead.. Are we on the right road for London? Cross… Can you show me on the map, please? Go along… I’m looking for this address. Turn left… How do I find..? Turn right.. Excuse me, How can I go to..? Turn left into.. Street Do you have a map? Go down… Are you from around...

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94.- Other ways to say FAMOUS.

  Other ways to say FAMOUS     Well-known He’s well-known in the local community.     Notable The town is notable for its ancient harbour.     Renowned It is renowned as one of the region’s best restaurants.     Fabled For the first week he never actually saw the fabled Jame.     Celebrated He was soon one of the most celebrated young painters in England.     Remarkable She was a truly remarkable woman.     Prominent She was prominent in fashion...

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93. Vocabulario para hablar del dinero en inglés. C2.

  Vocabulario para hablar del dinero en inglés   Checking account (UK: current account) = una cuenta corriente   savings account = una cuenta de ahorros   expense account = una cuenta de gastos de representación   a deposit / to deposit money = un ingreso / ingresar dinero   a withdrawal / to withdraw money = un reintegro / sacar dinero   income = ingresos   expenses = gastos   overhead = gastos generales   taxes = impuestos   property tax = impuesto sobre bienes...

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92.- MOST VS MOST OF

MOST VS. MOST OF   The words most, many and some are called quantifiers, and we use them to describe the quantity (how much) of something.       MOST/MANY/SOME MOST OF/MANY OF/SOME OF We use the structure quantifier + noun when we are speaking in general and do not have a specific group of people or things in mind. We use most of, many of, and some of with a determiner (e.g. articles, demostratives and possessives) to refer to a quantity of a specific group.     GENERAL = quantifier + noun (do noto use...

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91.- 12 Idiomatic Expressions with WAY

1. In A Bad Way Where somebody is sick or involved in an accident and injured the relatives will be anxious to understand how they are. Sometimes the news is not so good. Example: The doctor said he is in a bad way and it may be a few days before they know how sick he really is.         2. All The Way We use it when we want to show support or understanding, it means that we completely support someone. Example: If you want to bring it up with Carol, I’m with you all the way.       3. To Get His/Her Way This...

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90.- Other Ways To Say Funny In English

1. Amusing Meaning: amusing is funny, but not something that is side-splitting, not the best joke you’ve ever heard, or the funniest story you’ve ever read Examples: He found the story amusing and would occasionally break into laughter. Overall, I found the book amusing and fun; definitely worthwhile picking up.   2. Hilarious Meaning: this is really really funny; a little bit higher level than amusing Examples: I found the joke hilarious and wanted to share it with everybody. The story Adam told us was hilarious. The first movie...

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89.- WAIT vs AWAIT – What’s the Difference?

How To Use Await   1. AWAIT is way more formal. We normally don’t use it in everyday conversations. It is mainly used in formal letters and emails. For example, if you are expecting a reply from someone, you can use it at the end of your letter/email: I’m awaiting your reply. I’m awaiting your answer.   2. The verb AWAIT must be followed by an object. You can’t use it on its own. I’m awaiting two packages.   3. The verb AWAIT can only be used with things. We can’t use it when we’re talking about people. I’m...

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88.- Difference between Unless, Until and Till.

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87.- Common english phrases

My bad My mistake Keep it real Be yourself I’m stuffed I’ve eaten a lot Piece of cake It’s very easy Dope Very good Pissed off Very angry Good to go To be ready I’m wrecked Extremely...

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86.- 10 ways to say important in English

  https://madrid-berlin-idiomas.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/10-Other-ways-to-say-Important-in-English-_-Study-advanced-English-1.mp4   1. Vital  Meaning: something that is really important We can also use them together – it’s vital importance or it’s vitally important. Examples: It’s vital that you get the information back to the commander. This report is vital, it’s really important to give it to the customer before tomorrow’s meeting.     2. Crucial Meaning: something important that will make the...

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85.- 75 Body Idioms in English

Body idioms with “head” 1- To head off This means “to start a journey.” Maybe you’re going on a short trip: “I’m just heading off to the shops. Do you want anything?” Or maybe it’s the biggest journey of your life! “We’re walking around the world! We’re heading off on Tuesday!”   2- Off the top of my head This one’s very useful for politicians when they’re being asked difficult questions in interviews. We usually use it in sentences like: “That’s an interesting question, but I can’t tell you off...

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84.- To be away with the fairies

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83. Hold your horses. C1.

Hold your horses   Hold on your horses! We aren´t ready to leave yet!   Meaning: Wait. This expression is a command that tells someone to stop doing something or to wait for a moment.   Hold your horses may also be used to tell someone to think more carefully about what they are doing – to consider their actions before making a rushed decision. You can also use this expression to tell someone to be more patient.   Usage: When could you use this idiom? · You are telling a child to be patient as they get ready for an...

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82.- To be able to vs. Can. Advanced. Vídeo

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81.- VACÍO

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80.- 100 IMPORTANT CONJUNCTIONS. C1. Advanced English

A minute later Accordingly Actually After After a short time Afterward Also And Another As an example As a consequence As a result As soon as At last At length Because Because of this Before Besides Briefly But Consequently Conversely Equally Finally First For example For instance For this purpose For this reason Fourth From here on Further Furthermore Gradually Hence However In addition In conclusion In contrast In fact e In short In spite of In spite of this In summary In the end In the meanwhile In the meantime In the same manner In the...

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79.- Where are you up to?

Para preguntar: ¿Por dónde vas? o ¿Hasta dónde has leído?…   Se pregunta de la siguiente manera:   Where are you up to?   1: I’m up to + “número de página” Voy por la página 50 I’m up to page 50   2: I’m up to + “número de capítulo” Voy por la página 50 I’m up to chapter 5.    1: I’m up to + “parte de la historia” Voy por la parte donde discuten I’m up to where they...

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78.- How to use the suffix WISE.

1.How are things going JOB-WISE? ¿Cómo te va en el trabajo?   2. How are you doing HEALTH-WISE? ¿Cómo vas de salud?   3. Are you ok MONEY-WISE? ¿Vas bien de dinero?   4. How are we doing TIME-WISE? ¿Cómo vamos de tiempo?   5. How are we doing SPACE-WISE? ¿Cómo vamos de espacio?

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77.- ¿Especially o specially?

¿Especially o specially? Tanto especially como specially son adverbios, pero su significado no es exactamente el mismo.   Especially   Especially significa “particularmente / en particular”, “especialmente” o “sobre todo”   She loves flowers, especially roses. A ella le gustan las flores, en particular las rosas.   I am especially grateful to all my family and friends who supported me. Estoy especialmente agradecido a toda mi familia y amigos, que me apoyaron. No: Especially I am   Especially...

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76.- Diferencias de uso: CHANCE vs OPPORTUNITY

Ambos términos significan “oportunidad” y pueden en muchas ocasiones utilizarse de forma indistinta. Pero…    

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75.- What do you think?

  What do you think? …   What’s your take on it? What do you reckon? What’s your insight? What’s your opinion? Can I have your thoughts? Can I have your opinion? What’s your view on it? How do you see...

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74.- Expressions with “Way”

21+ Expressions with “Way”   Have you ever lost your way in a new place or learn something the hard way? If you don’t understand these expressions, here are some everyday expressions with “way” I’m sure you’ll find extremely useful.   1. KNOW YOUR WAY AROUND If you know your way around a place or organization, system, etc., then you are familiar with it. Ex: He seems to know his way around the IT industry. You don’t have to go with me. I know my way around.   2. BY THE WAY By the way usually goes at the end of a...

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73.- Conjuctions

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72.- Give in give up.

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71.- realize vs notice

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70.- 100 English Nouns which are Plural Only

100 English Nouns which are Plural Only (Plurale Tantum) The Latin phrase Plurale Tantum refers to a noun which has a plural form but no singular form. A Plurale Tantum is often one item with two parts, working together as a set, particularly clothes for the lower half of the body, e.g. trousers, leggings, shorts, etc. We cannot have one trouser, one legging, or one short, for example. Apart from clothes, there are several other groups of Plurale Tantum, including: tools, health, and money. Check any new vocabulary below then put the words...

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69.-10 ways to say interesting. Advanced.

10 ways to say interesting. Advanced.   1.- Fascinating   The dinosaur exhibition is completely   2.- Intriguing I find pólice documentaries most intriguing   3.- Engaging   Teh way she gazes into the cámara is very engaging.You can´t stop looking at her.   4.- Captivating   Kori´s poems are captivating-I read all of them over and over again.   5.- Compelling   The actor gave a compelling performance and received very positive reviews.   6.- Absorbing   7.-...

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68.- Por lo tanto. Therefore. B2. First Certificate

  accordinglysoin line withthenthusbecause of thisas reported byconsequentlyhencethenceand soresulting fromergoforfor this reason forasmuch asin consequencein that eventas a resultinasmuch asit follows thaton account ofon the groundsin consequence of thissincetherefromthereuponto that endwhencewherefore 

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67.- In a measure. C1. Advanced

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66.- Conjunciones de conclusión. Advanced.

 In sum In brief Briefly In short In outline In the long run For the most part After all In essence On balance Overall By the large Consequently Hence So  Then Therefore Thus As a result To conclude in conclusion Finally Evidently To sum up On the whole Summarising In closing All in all By and large All things considered In summary  

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65.- Sinónimos de Big. First Certificate

• large   • huge   • giant   • hefty   • gigantic   • sizeable   • colossal   • massive   • immense   • enormous   • monstrous   • humongous   • tremendous   •...

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64.- Vocabulary. Enough First Certificate

Max is two years old. Can Max go to school at this age? Not really, he is only two years old. We can say: Max is not old enough. Here we used an adjective + enough. What does enough mean? Enough can mean sufficient or sufficiently or as much as required or needed. But here it says NOT enough. Not enough can mean less than necessary, less than sufficient. Max is not old enough means he doesn’t have the necessary age. His age is less than sufficient. In this lesson we are going to look at the word ENOUGH and its meanings, uses...

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63.- So and such. B2.

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62.- Zapatos. First certificate

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61.- Frases y expresiones con “all” C1.

ALL OVER Don´t even ask me what this was but it was all over the walls!• • • • • • • • • • • • • ALL BUT The forest or woodland that used to be in the backyard is now all but disappeared.KNOW IT ALL Those who think they know it all are very annoying to those of us who actually do.• • • • • • • • • • • • • ALL-NIGHTER I am going to suggest not pulling another all-nighter• • • • • • • • • • • • • ALL TALK He is all talk but when it c

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60.- Emociones en inglés. B2. First Certificate.

  intensity Happy Sad Angry scared Confused Strong ecstatic  elated  energized enthusiastic excited  exuberant  jubilant loved  marvelous terrific  thrilled  uplifted  crushed  sorrowful  defeated  uncared for dejected  worthless depressed wounded devastated burdened disgraced condemned drained demoralized exhausted  deserted helpless distraught hopeless  empty  hurt  grievous rejected humbled  terrible miserable unloved mournful unwanted  pitiful  discarded abused  exploited betrayed  fuming  enraged  mad...

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59.- Fit or suit. C1.

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58.- Ways to say. “I think…..” Creo, opino que C1. Advanced

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57.- Antónimos en Inglés 1. First Certificate.

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56.- lay vs lie.2. C1

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55.- To lay vs. To lie. C1

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54.- To throw a temper tantrum. Ponerse como un basilisco. C1

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53.- Formas de decir; estoy de acuerdo. First Certificate

Agreeing   So true   I agree   Exactly!   Precisely!   Quite right   Absolutely!   Damn right!   You’re right   Fair enough   I think so too   I second that   I feel the same way   You can say that...

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52.- Conjunciones de conclusión. C1

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51.- Medios de transporte inglés. B1

Medios de transporte inglés. B1   English:   ‘The’ with public transport. First, we often use the when we are talking about a form of transport as a general idea.   Español: Pues en español, igual… Cuando contamos a alguien cómo nos desplazamos, movemos de un lugar a otro, decimos “el” o “la”… (la moto the motorcycle)   We usually do this with public transport (not with cars or bikes) and we usually use verbs such as take, be on, get on and get off: We took the bus to school. Cogimos el autobús para ir al...

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50. Cómo se dice saber sé montar en bici-sé nadar en inglés. B1

Cómo se dice…    

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49.- Take on. B2

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48.-Maneras de dar las gracias en inglés.Thank you…

 1 Thank you for all your hard work on thisWho wouldn’t love the one-two punch of gratitude and praise? Show your appreciation by recounting the awesome thing they did—the more customized, the better! “Thank you for all your… incredible work on our project…. invaluable insights on my manuscript… kind words during this difficult time…”2 Thanks again, we couldn’t have pulled this off without youShare the impact they’ve made. “Thanks again… your help made a huge difference… you’re the main reason we were able to l

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47.- Ropa de Mujer. A2

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46.- Diferencias de uso raise vs rise vs arise

                                    Diferencias de uso raise vs rise vs arise     RAISE: transitivo RISE: intransitivo ARISE: intransitivo Significa LEVANTAR, alzar   Se acompaña de un complemento directo, es decir, de indica que es lo que se “levanta” o “sube”   He raise his hand:   Significa SUBIRSE, ALZARSE   Tiene sentido por si mismo (no requiere de complemento directo)   Se usa generalmente cuando sube...

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45.- Cómo se dice “no tiene sentido” en inglés. There´s no point. C1

  THERE’S NO POINT IN…-ING no tiene sentido….   There’s no point in having  a car if you never use it. No tiene sentido tener coche si nunca lo usas.   There was no point in waiting any longer, so we left. No tenía sentido esperar más, así que nos...

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44.- Cómo usar “even ” en inglés . First certificate.

The word ‘even’ can be used as an adverb and an adjective. Take a look at some of its uses in this lesson. ‘Even’ as an adverb ‘Even’ is used as an adverb when we want to add emphasis to show that something is surprising or extreme. In this example, ‘even’ is used to emphasise the fact that he was so poor that he did not have enough money to some food. He didn’t even have enough money to buy some fresh fruit and veg. In this example, ‘even’ is used to add emphasis and demonstrate the surprising effort...

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43.- To raise, rise, arise. Diferencias. C1

                                       Diferencias de uso raise vs rise vs arise RAISE: transitivo RISE: intransitivo ARISE: intransitivo Significa LEVANTAR, alzar   Se acompaña de un complemento directo, es decir, de indica que es lo que se “levanta” o “sube”   He raise his hand:   Significa SUBIRSE, ALZARSE   Tiene sentido por si mismo (no requiere de complemento directo)   Se usa generalmente cuando sube sin la ayuda de elemento externo   Se utiliza àra expresar un...

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42.- Career vs. degree. First Certificate.

  CAREER VS DEGREE   CAREER   DEGREE Significa CARRERA Se refiere a una trayectoria profesional, laboral o política, pero no a una carrera universitaria.   Significa TÍTULO LICENCIATURA Se emplea para designar una “carrera universitaria” También puede significar “grado” He began his carrer as a journalist. Obama began his political carrer as a Illinois state senator   I took my degree last month I am going to take a medical...

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41.- no me gusta nada ….

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40.- Translation List about north/east/south/west & center. First Certificate

Translation List about north/east/south/west & center. First Certificate1.- ¿Dónde está Madrid?Where´s Madrid?2.- Madrid está en el centro de EspañaMadrid is in the center of Spain3.-Pregúntame dónde está HamburgoAsk me where Hamburg is4.- ¿Dónde está Hamburgo?Where´s Hamburg?5.-No lo sé.¿Dónde está?I don´t know.Where is it?6.-Hamburgo está en Alemania.Hamburg is in Germany7.- ¿Pero dónde en Alemania?But where in Germany is it?8.-Está en el norte de Alemania.It´s in the north of Germany9.-No está en el sur de...

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39.- Spanish false friends

  Spanish false friend English false friend Actual meaning in English Actual meaning in Spanish abogado avocado abogado: lawyer, advocate, solicitor, barrister avocado: aguacate, palta actualmente actually actualmente: at the moment, at present, nowadays, these days actually: de hecho, realmente, en realidad, incluso, hasta advertir advertise advertir: to warn, to notice advertise: anunciar, hacer publicidad argumento  argument  argumento : plot, argument argument : discusión, disputa asignatura signature asignatura:...

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39.-Expresiones con luck en inglés. Advanced.

Ever wondered what’s the meaning of ‘beginner’s luck’? What about ‘the luck of the draw’ or ‘lucky streak’? As luck would have it, we’ve got a lesson on luck idioms for you.Beginner’s luckThis is luck supposedly experienced by someone who does something for the first time.My sister played golf for the first time in her life and got a hole in one. Beginners luck!To push one’s luckThis can mean to take a big risk hoping to achieve success.I pushed my luck with that project and the...

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38.- Wrong. First

The word wrong is commonly used in the English language but did you know it has a number of slightly different meanings? Read on to find out more. Wrong is used in the following ways: Adjective: That is the wrong sock, it doesn’t match the other one. It’s the wrong example. Try again! Adverb: What am I doing wrong? What am I saying wrong? Noun: He has done a great wrong by leaving the club before the end of the season. It is important to know the difference between right and wrong. Verb: He wronged me but...

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37.- Phrasal Verbs First

apply for make a formal request for something (a job, loan, visa, etc) by sending a letter, completing a form, etc   Sam applied for a teaching position at the university.   I didn’t have enough money to set up my business so I applied for a loan. ask out invite sb on a romantic date   Why don’t you ask Lily out? It’s obvious you fancy her. be in be at home or at work.   I don’t think they are in. The lights are off.   The boss wants us to be in at 8 o’clock tomorrow. be on be shown (TV, cinema, radio,...

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36.- To defy. Advanced

  Let´s see some examples   Your argument defies all logic:  Tu razonamiento desafía toda lógica   When the bomb went off, the chaos at the airport defied description…  Cuando estalló la bomba, el caos en el aeroperto era indescriptible.   His paintings defy clasification Su pintura /escapa a toda clasificación/ es inclasificable.    How dare you defy me?  ¿Cómo te atreves a...

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35.- Good for nothing. Advanced

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34.- Sinónimos de Large

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33.- Business English 1. B2

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32.- 10 English Phrases with NO. Advanced

10 English Phrases with NO It’s no secret = something is obvious; everyone knows it; everyone can see it. It’s no secret that he’s in love with her. He constantly talks about how beautiful she is. It’s no surprise/wonder = something is logical/expected He was always playing sports as a child, so it’s no surprise that he’s now a professional athlete. It is no wonder that most parents are opposed to the legalisation of cannabis. No es de extrañar que la mayoría de los padres estén en contra de la...

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31.- For example. C1

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30.- Estar enfadado en inglés. First.

Five alternatives to “angry”.   1.- Cross.   Please don´t get cross with me. I didn´t mean to hurt your feelings. OJO: no digas “I´m crossed with you”. Estar enfadado To be cross. I´m cross with you. Ahora sí.   2.- Fuming   Of course I´m fuming, I flew first class and the airline lost my luggage!   3.-Enraged   My neighbour is enraged at our noisy parties. We´d better stop them for a while!   4.-Furious   I broke my sister´s computer. She´s furius!   5.- See red   If I don´t finish this report soon , my boss will...

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29.- To resent. Advanced

  To feel angry and upset about an unfair situation. To feel annoyed about (something) because one thinks it is unfair, insulting, etc.   I resent that! → ¡ me molesta que digas eso! he resents my being here → Le molesta que (yo) esté aquí I resent your tone →Encuentro tu tono ofensivo He resented my promotion → Le molestaba que me hubiesen ascendido He resents having lost his job → no lleva bien lo de haber perdido el trabajo, le amarga haber perdido el trabajo He resented the fact that I married her → Le...

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28.- Idioms with the word ONE. Vocabulary Advanced

Idioms with the word ONE. Vocabulary Advanced   In English there  are  lots of idioms with the word ‘one’. A  one-off  (noun and adjective) : something that happens only once…. una vez en la vida… One at a time : individually, one by one or one after one. No habléis todos a la vez… de uno en uno,… cada vez uno…. As one (man)  : to do something together, simultaneously Back to square one :  back to the beginning ; to start again: empezar de cero. (también to start from scratch) (to look after) number one :...

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27.- Coronavirus en Inglés

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26.- Query vs. inquery

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24.- To call back

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23.- To take up.First

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22.- Early vs Soon

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21.- To be liable to. Advanced

To be liable to Ser responsable por ley:   to be responsable by law. likely to experience, en peligro de, susceptible de, en peligro de, vulnerable a, correr el peligro de, estar expuesto a. Ejemplos Deadline: historically is a line drawn around a prison beyond which prisioners were liable to be shot.   Areas liable to flooding….. zonas con facilidad / probabilidad de inundación   Murphy´s Law   If something bad is liable to happen, it´s very likely to happen.   To be liable for: hacerse responsable...

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20.- Expressions with NO. Advanced

  No big deal/ no biggy/…. Big deal!!! These phrases are used in respose to a problem to say that the problem is not a big one. ¿no pasa nada! No veo el problema. No tiene importancia…   Imagine you´re going to take a trip to Paris and you ask your secretary to change the flights so can return one day earlier, but she´s not succesful.. Secretary: “ I´m sorry, I wasn´t able to change the flight” You: “No big deal. I don´t mind spending an extra day in Paris”   No contest Con diferencia, de lejos,.. ¿Dónde...

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19.- To have a say C2

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18.- Más o menos en inglés. B2

Más o menos en inglés. B2 More or less. Cada vez lo usan mejor los hispano parlantes. Pero, vamos a ver si lo podemos aclarar de una vez por todas (Once and for all). 1er. Caso Antes de una frase descriptiva (sin cifras ni datos) We were more or less finished, so we decided to go home. Más o menos habíamos acabado, de manera que decidimos irnos a casa. Most people say they’re more or less happy with their jobs. La mayoría de la gente dice que está más o menos , contenta con su trabajo. Dinner is more or less ready. Can you set/lay...

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17.- Beside vs besides. B2

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16.- vocabulario coronavirus

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15.- Palabras con 2 ( y 3) significados. B2.

Y hasta un 3er significado Wave…. También onda. Ej:    radio waves. Ondas de radio. Microwave el microondas de tu casa. Cross.   I’m really cross with you= I’m really mad at you= I’m really angry with you. También me vale angry at you. Estoy muy enfadado contigo.  Otro significado de...

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14.- Whatever. C1.

Whatever. C1. Whatever can be a pronoun, a determiner, or an adverb.  Used as a pronoun or determiner You use whatever as a pronoun or determiner to refer to anything or everything of a particular kind. 1.1. Anything that… todo lo que,,,, lo que….cualquier(a) I read whatever I could find about the course. Leí todo lo que encontré sobre el curso You can buy whatever ingredients you need from the market. Cualquier ingrediente que necesites, lo encuentras en el mercado We’ll do whatever’s necessary. Haremos (todo) lo que sea...

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13.-Mentir, estar tumbado, poner horizontal

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12.- Vocabulario San Valentín inglés

HEART TO LOSE ONE´S ❤ TO = enamorarse deTO WIN SB´S ❤ = enamorar aTO EAT ONE´S ❤ OUT = sufrir en silencioTO HAVE ONE´S ❤ IN ONE´S MOUTH = tener el ❤ en un puñoHAVE A ❤! = ¡un poco de piedad!❤ACHE= angustia, pena HE HAS A ❤ OF GOLD = es una buenísima personaSHE HAS A ❤ CONDITION = una enfermedad cardíacaI LEARN IT BY ❤ = de memoriaMY ❤ SANK = venirse abajoTHEY LAUGHED ❤ILY= a carcajadas❤BEAT= latido🩺❤BROKEN = angustiado Frases...

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11.-Verbos para estilo indirecto en inglés.

Verbos para estilo indirecto en inglés. Reporting Verbs in English Common Reporting Verbs say + (that) Using the word “that” is optional after “say”: Bob said he was happy. Bob said that he was happy. Avoid this common error: Bob said me that he was happy. tell + someone + (that) After the word “tell,” we must always have a person: Jane told me she had worked late. Jane told me that she had worked late. tell + someone + (not) + to We use “tell someone to” for giving an order/command: My mom told me to clean my...

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10.-Golpear

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9.-As. Advanced vocabulary. 1.

As. Advanced vocabulary. 1. Examples Germany has the same weight as Malta. Alemania tiene el mismo peso que Malta. As always, the poor are the most defenseless. Como siempre, los pobres son los más indefensos. As you know, this resolution was negotiated in English. Como usted sabe, esta resolución se negoció en inglés. The guiding principle is the same as always. El principio rector es el mismo de siempre. As explained, I support the resolution on Japan with conviction. Como he explicado, apoyo la resolución sobre Japón con...

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8.-To match Vs. To fit Vs. to suit

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7.-Make a decision, or take a decision? C1

https://madrid-berlin-idiomas.com/wp-content/uploads/video/videos-ingles/33_collocations_expressions_for_decisions_1erL3D448Ig_360p.mp4     Hello, students! Today I want to answer a question that a student sent to me. Which one is correct:    I checked the dictionary and I was surprised to learn that it is possible to “take a decision,” but the more common expression is make a decision. Again, both are correct, but “make a decision” is more common.   Now, three more verbs that you can use with the word decision...

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6.-No me gusta nada ….

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5.-Over

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4.- ways to use LATE

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3.-Vocabulario en el Banco en Inglés. advanced

  Diferentes usos de la palabra BANK: BANK – banco; banca; ladera; orilla de un río TO BANK – girar (avión) TO BANK AT – tener cuenta con BANK STATEMENT – extracto BANK BALANCE – saldo bancario TO BANK ON – contar con DON’T BANK ON IT – no lo des por sentado, no cuentes con ello…..

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2.-Inglés para el turismo

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