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Verano ofertas: Inglés Málaga Intensivos


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

Bonfires, good luck and Mr San Juan

In Spain, the summer officially starts with the night of Mr San Juan.  Historically speaking, I have no idea about the origins of this festival or if it means anything significant.  What I do know, however, is that it´s a great event to spend the night on the beach, let your hair down and go swimming under the moon and  stars.

EOI English B2 Exam Success: Congratulations Isabel and Fran!

I started the week with a massive smile on my face, but I have ended the working week feeling like a kid in toy shop.

Forget calm and congratulate Isabel and Fran on passing their B2 EOI English exams.

I am chuffed to bits for you!

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

What should I drink when it´s boiling hot?

What, something alcohol-free!  Indisputably, that´s not a serious suggestion, is it?

Ok, some friends sent me an SMS with the following suggestions:

  1. A Jamie Oliver Cosmopolitan
  2. A James Bond Vesper
  3. A white wine spritzer
  4. A fuzzy or pierced navel

Remember that I´m hopeless in the kitchen so which of the above do you think is, by far, the easiest to make?

What should I do when it´s boiling hot?

The summer is here, and OMG, it´s boiling hot. It´s definitely the season to hang up your trainers, throw on your bikini, dust off your cool box and spend as much time as possible at the beach.

Ok, if you aren´t a beach bum, don´t worry, you can take advantage of the outdoor summer cinema festival.

To take advantage of something

To take advantage of something means to use an opportunity to achieve results, sometimes in an unfair way.

For example, the Spanish academic year is nearly over so my advice to all teachers is to take advantage of your pupil-free days, stop taking prescription drugs to get you through the day, and start recharging your batteries with some serious dance moves and Jason Derulo.

 

To be held up

To be held up means to be delayed or detained.

For example: The plane was held up by bad weather. Or, I was held up by heavy traffic.

Number of homes burgled on the Costa shot up in first three months of 2017

Sur in English has just reported that home break-ins have risen by 26.2 per cent across the Malaga province, the only area of Andalucía to see an increase, with the largest rises recorded in coastal resorts.

Read more on the Sur in English online newspaper.

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To catch someone´s eye

Are you yellow, red, blue or teal?

doer thinkerFancy watching a video about the psychology of colour and personalities? You will improve your listening comprehension, and perhaps  learn something new and interesting at the same time. It´s the perfect plan!
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