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EOI C1 Inglés Success: Congratulations Paula & Ana!

Well done Paula and Ana, I´m so proud of your achievement.  Both of you are nothing short of brilliant. Spectacular!

”Hi Janette, I´m over the moon because I have just found out that I have passed my EOI C1 exam.  It would have been impossible without you.  Thank you again for your classes and for your support! I have had thousands of English teachers during my life, and you are by far the best. You don´t just teach English, you teach how to pass each part of the exam. In fact, I use your techniques to study the other foreign languages I am learning. It´s an honour for me having been one of your students, and I always recommend your classes.” Paula

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EOI English Exam Success: Congratulations Inma

Congratulations Inma.

You were a busy beaver preparing for your EOI English exams, and I know that the process was extremely stressful for you so I am overjoyed that got the result that you deserved.  Well done!!

Finally, I would like to thank Victoriana for the part she played in this massive achievement. Thank you very much – brilliant job!

English exam preparation courses with Inglés Málaga

 

Cambridge English Exam Success: Congratulations Pablo!

Passing any exam is never a piece of cake.  It takes hard work, determination, and developing an effective exam technique.

Pablo worked his socks off and truly deserved his first-class mark.  Well done Pablo, I am extremely proud of you; you are brilliant!

Trinity ISE II B2 Exam Success: Congratulations Manuel and Juan

There are 1000 of reasons to learn a language, and just as many reason to give up. However, what impresses me the most about people who learn a second language is their ability to open my brain and show me the world from a different perspective.

Manuel and Juan, congratulations on your achievements; you are amazing. So, throw caution to the wind and go mental this week, you deserve to let your hair down and do some disco dancing. I am chuffed to bits for you both!

So, what do Inglés Málaga clients say about us? Well, read a few testimonials and you´ll get a good idea.

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To pull my leg

to pull my legAre you pulling my leg?

This is a common idiom used to respond to something we find unbelievable. For example, if a couch potato tells you that he or she completed a marathon, you might respond by saying: ‘Are you pulling my leg?’ because you think the situation is impossible.  In addition, if you pull someone’s leg, this means you are trying to make someone believe something is true when it isn’t. We usually do this as a joke, i.e. in situations that aren’t very serious.

OMG Janette, I still don’t get it!! OK, OK, check out this definition.

The Finnish Government is giving money away!

Could handouts be the solution to getting the long-term unemployed back in to work? Well,  in 2017 Finland began a radical experiment: the government started paying 2000 unemployed Finns basic income. They each get a guaranteed 560 euros a month, for two years. It’s free money – it comes with no strings attached.

If you are curious, why not take a look at the full video report?

 

In Kazakhstan 4 people go missing every day.

The Kazakh teen keeping people safe

Seventeen-year-old Aruzhan Koshkarova is trying to prevent people from going missing with an innovative new idea.

In Kazakhstan, walking home from school or work isn’t always safe. But Aruzhan Koshkarova, a high school student in Almaty, Kazakhstan, is trying to change that. She has developed QamCare, a GPS app that gives directions, but also warns loved ones if the user is in danger.

Improve your English listening comprehension, and your general knowledge by listening to her story.

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During, For, While

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Phrasal Verbs: Carry…

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Still, yet, already!