Story telling 5: A Latin in America.

Hi, my name is Gloria. I am 23 years old, and I was born in San Diego, California. My grandparents are from Chile and Mexico, my father was born in Chile, and my mother was born in Mexico. Both their families moved to the USA, when the children were small, so my parents were raised…
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English teaching resources: The conditionals

English teaching resources: The conditionals English Level: Advanced (B2-C1) Objective: Practice using conditional sentences in imaginary or real situations Intro Traditionally grammar practising has been done in writing and gives the students time to think about what is right or wrong. The problem is that when you speak, you must come up with the proper…
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British English versus American English, which one is best?

British English versus American English, is one better than the other? This EBC TEFL course Madrid is accent tolerant. We don't mind which English flavour you use, as long as you use it correctly and consistently. British English versus American English always sparks a lively discussion. We get some great debates our TEFL course between…
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July 10, 2019 | by

TEFL teachers: Taken by surprise…

TEFL teachers: Taken by surprise… Occasionally student (or others) may ask you about the meaning of words and expressions you commonly use, and while you are trying to give some explanations or definitions, you realise that this is not easy at all. Here are some examples.   Prepositional phrases:   -What is the difference in…
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April 22, 2019 | by

Malasaña Madrid, back to the present

Malasaña has been compared to Brooklyn in New York City or Shoreditch in London. Imagine these two areas before they became overpriced tourist traps and hey presto, you get Malasaña. It has grown from the 60’s hippy hangout frequented by the likes of Almodavar and Alaska to a varied, energetic mix of past and present.

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Brand Britain

BRAND BRITAIN – Traditionally, Britain scores higher-than-average for arts and culture, for stability and for innovation.

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