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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Linked In is a professional online networking tool that allows you to connect with similar professionals across the globe as well as generate business, and for the jobseeker, it can be a very useful resource.
However, I usually connect to get a good brain shake. Linked In is a great place to challenge your ideas and opinions, and to learn new things about trade, business and innovation.
If you´re tempted, why not check out a CEO´s opinion about leadership?
- Increase awareness about cancer
- Support cancer research
- Help cancer patients and their families
- Subsidise clinical trials
- Support preventative measures
- Lobby governments and politicians
Do you want to get involved? If so, why not join me and thousands of other women and girls on Sunday April the 22nd in Málaga. It costs 8 euros and the distance is 4 kilometers, so, even if running isn´t your cup of tea, you can walk the distance and do something to help the billions of people who are affected by this disease. To sign up, click this link.
She is well known for her furious Diary Room rants and her daily battles with the other housemates.
Watch this video to find out how she complains to Big Brother about the lack of heating in the house and try to hear what words she uses to say that she is sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo cold. It´s hilarious and I love her!
OK, forget fried eggs, boiled eggs, scrambled eggs, baked eggs, sunny-side up eggs, Jamie Oliver, the well-known British Chef, explains how to make the perfect poached egg.
Seriously, someone is pulling my leg.
Is it possible that we need an instructional video to show us how to make a cup of tea? Well, perhaps the answer is yes.
So, if you’ve never made a cup of tea before, here’s a simple 5 step video to help you learn the skills and key vocabulary. The main verbs include the following: To fill, To stir, To add, To boil, To brew, To remove. Good luck! Oh, and if you don’t have a kettle, you might be in trouble!
To take a rain check is an informal expression which means you can not accept an invitation but you intend to do so at a later date.
For example, last week I was invited out for dinner but because I was working I asked if I could take a rain check.