How to Pronounce Cardinal and Ordinal Numbers in English – Cómo Pronunciar los Números Cardinales y Ordinales en Inglés

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Cardinal and Ordinal Numbers? (Español abajo) For most people when they learn the numbers in English, they start by learning the cardinal numbers. However, you can’t communicate effectively in English when you only know the cardinal numbers. Let’s take a look at what the cardinal numbers and ordinal numbers are used for. Cardinal Numbers The … Read more, Lee más…

Before and After English Grammar Explained – Antes y Después la Gramática de Inglés una Explicación

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Wait! — Before or After?? (Español abajo) Have you experienced this? It’s the moment when you’ve just been asked a question with one of the words: before or after. And you’re stuck because you confuse these two words in English. Don’t worry! You’re not alone, and I hope that this post will help eliminate any … Read more, Lee más…

The Difference between: It’s and Its – La Diferencia entre: It’s y Its

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Pronunciation is the Same —  Let’s start by talking about what’s not different between the two words [it’s] and [its]. Both words are pronounced exactly the same. There is absolutely no difference in how you say the words. Listen to the following audio file:   The Purpose of the Word [it]? The word [it] in … Read more, Lee más…

Improve Your Comprehension with the Weather – Mejorar tu Comprensión con el Tiempo

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Something We All Need —  Let’s face it, we all want to improve our listening comprehension. When people speak to you in English, you want to understand what they are saying. Who knows, you may want to say something back! In this post there are steps you can take to improve your listening comprehension in English. … Read more, Lee más…

Quien no monta a caballo, del caballo nunca se cae. – A Proverb for Motivation

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Motivation (Español Abajo) Sometimes when I’m surfing the internet, I discover some interesting phrases or sayings in Spanish, and I want to share one with you. The proverb is “One who doesn’t ride a horse, never falls from the horse.” For some reason, I find that saying interesting. For me the meaning is that a … Read more, Lee más…