The following websites will help you to prepare for official Cambridge and EOI exams.
- Cambridge English Assessment A2, B1, C1, C2: Review only the language disciplines you are interested in
- Cambridge Exams B1, B2, C1, C2: Subscribe for weekly updates and quick language testing exercises with Flo-Joe.
- Cambridge CAE: C1: CAE Online Resource Directory:CAE Online Resource Directory
- Cambridge Internet TV
- EOI Writing
- EOI Speaking
The websites you should consider signing up to:
The following links will help improve your general comprehension, as well as strengthen your speaking, reading, writing and listening skills.
- English as a Second Language: Learn something new every day: sign up for daily emails on everything related to improving your English level:ESL Daily Emails
- Splendid Speaking: This resource is great for Intermediate – Advanced learners. Sign up for weekly challenges.
- The Conversation: If you are an advanced learner, then this website is a must. The topics are inspirational and it´s easy to improve your vocabulary, and review grammatical structures and phrases in context.
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Expanding your knowledge of vocabulary, expressions and idioms is essential if you want to improve your English language skills and communicate. We think the most effective way of doing this is to learn in context. Consequently, why not check out some of our topic situations? Or, even better, you could become an Inglés Málaga online blogger in order to practise writing about the things that interest you. If you want to become an Inglés Málaga blogger, then drop us an email.
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When was the last time you made a donation to a local charity? Test your knowledge of common collocations:
Complete the following table:
- More than 12.7 million people voted in huge 79.5% turnout
- All states and territories recorded vote in favour of change
What? If you have no idea what I´m talking about, then get up-to-date with some international current affairs here.
Millions of men, women and children are starving in Yemen. Hunger is the Yemen´s silent killer. Food is unaffordable, unavailable, and humanitarian aid is hindered or blocked by a country devastated by war and genocide. What? Where? Why? Improve your listening skills by watching this video report. At the same time, ask yourself why this video has only had 3,350 views, while a video on how many girls Justin Bieber has dated has received over 1.7 million hits.
Disgustingly, the British and the USA governments directly support the war in the Yemen by capitalising on the sale of weapons, arms and bombs.
It´s time for us all to stop looking the other way. Donating money might help in the short term, but using your voice to lobby governments and hold them accountable for their actions is bound to have a longer lasting effect.
Don´t let governments use your tax to sell weapons. Don´t let your governments justify this heinous action in the name of national economic prosperity. Don´t let the childish behaviour of politicians distract you from the ‘real’ issues. Don´t let the lawyers and academics cloud your sense of moral and ethical justice with legal and intellectual debate. Perhaps, I don´t know, or don´t have the intellectual capabilities to truly understand all the issues. And, quite frankly, I don´t care; selling arms for economic and political gain is just wrong.
Come on Ireland, you can qualify. Goals for Ireland!
Unfortunately, the biggest constant in society, from the origins of civilisation to the present digital age, is the systematic presence of inequality. Man has actively coveted and nurtured the continued existence of inequality. We live in a world where wealth, power, knowledge and justice are in the hands of the few to the detriment of the majority.
Regrettably, it appears to be an insurmountable challenge to change this, partially as a result of man´s natural instinct for greed. However, it seems to me that we can all make a massive difference on a local level. There are lots of local charities that need your time and your altruism; today say NO to hunger and support Bancosol; it´s time to have a heart of gold. The big food collection takes place on December the 1st and December the 2nd, and you can make a difference. To find out more about this charity, click here.