[ESO] Reported Speech (basics)

pato.nerdPara referirnos a lo que alguien dijo, podemos hacerlo de dos maneras: 1) Direct Speech: es decir, citando literalmente sus palabras (entre comillas) –> Mary said: “I work in this office”. 2) Reported Speech: “contando” lo que dijo, que es más normal –> Mary said (that) she worked in that office. (“That” aparece entre paréntesis porque podemos omitirlo) Seguir leyendo

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[BCH] Text – 6


The sixth text of our Summer Plan is “They played for their lives” and it was the option B of the “Selectividad” exam in June 2016. There’s a better image this time. Seguir leyendo

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[BCH] Rephrasing – 3

Pop Eyes Rubber Duckie 1Well, we’ve finished with the specific subjects of this course and with your book’s lessons. So let’s go back to the rephrasing exercises. Here you’ll find a dozen of them to enjoy and practice on line:

Conditionals 1

Conditionals 2 Seguir leyendo

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[ESO] Game and review


Un pequeño juego de aventura para relajarse un poco… ¡después de haber repasado las últimas lecciones que hemos visto (de la 5 a la 8)! Seguir leyendo

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[BCH] Relative clauses

pato.lady.libertyWe use relative clauses to give additional information about something without starting another sentence. By combining sentences with a relative, your text becomes more fluent and you can avoid repeating certain words. [Review Unit 6 –2ºBCH– or Unit 7 –1ºBCH–]

How to Form Relative Clauses

Imagine, a girl is talking to Tom. You want to know who she is and ask a friend whether he knows her. You could say: Seguir leyendo

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[ESO] Future expressions

patito-goma-graduadoEn el tema 7 del libro (que habrá que repasar entero y completar los ejercicios del Workbook), contrastamos dos expresiones de futuro (will y going to) y recordamos los indefinite pronouns.

1. Decision just made 
Oh, there is a fire: I’ll call the police immediately!
2. Predictions about the future (Science, weather forecast, fortune teller…)                  
We’ll have sun and fine weather tomorrow.
3. Opinion (I think…/In my opinion,…/I’m sure…/I’m afraid…)
I’m sure you’ll pass; don’t worry!
4. Offers
I’ll help you with your homework.
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[BCH] Answers T-5


Fighting food waste around the globe Seguir leyendo

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