To Match vs Too Much

To Match vs Too Much: Both expressions may sound similar and confuse students of English. However, they are very different. “To Match” is a verb in its infinitive form. It should be stressed in the second word. It means “to join or put together”. “Too Much” is an...

PLURALES IRREGULARES

You have probably seen the slogan Black Lives Matter. When a student sees “lives” s/he immediately may think it is the third person singular form of the verb To Live. However, “Lives” can also be the plural form of the noun “Life”. This nouns, like others that end in...

APRENDE INGLÉS EN LA CUARENTENA

Parece ser que el doblaje ha tenido y tiene la culpa de que los españoles no hablemos idiomas. Yo no creo en eso pero os adjunto un artículo curioso que anima a aprender idiomas durante el confinamiento y que de una manera irónica señala que gracias al covid19 los...

Today is Ash Wednesday=Hoy es miércoles de ceniza

Today is Ash Wednesday. It’s the beginning of Lent. But we had Carnival till yesterday. We are closer to Easter holidays. Take the opportunity and study English or Spanish, with a convenient and efficient system. Estamos cerca de Semana Santa. Aprovecha tu...

MARDI GRAS=MARTES DE CARNAVAL

Mardi Gras dates back to ancient Roman times. It was related to pagan celebrations of spring and fertility. In the middle ages the catholic church decided to incorporate the pagan local traditions and turn them into a prelude to Lent, the 40 fasting and sacrifice days...
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