Month: February 2021

Aprovechar, aprovechar, aprovechar … The word “aprovechar” is a popular go-to expression in spoken Spanish. It’s used for a host of situations where English would use other ways to express the same ideas. The number of things “aprovechar” can mean in Spanish is pretty impressive. Let’s …

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Do you want to improve your casual English conversations? Are you frustrated because you don’t know what to do and how to do it?   Today I’ll explain to you two simple techniques that you can start using in any everyday English conversation.   Questions are …

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How to practise the pronunciation of regular past English verbs? In my experience a lot of Spanish speakers tend to “over-pronounce” the “-ed” in the past forms of regular English verbs. When I ask my students why they do it, they say it is to make sure the …

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Today I’ll show you a musical approach to how to practise and understand the difference between “can” and “can’t” in spoken English. When it comes to hearig the difference, students often only focus on trying to hear the /t/ in “can’t” in order to know if …

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