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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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Congratulations Noelia and Virginia: EOI B2:1

Noelia and Virginia are two inspiring teachers. They are smart, knowledgeable and caring. They worked extremely hard and strategically to achieve the exam pass result that they thoroughly deserved.  I am very, very proud of you; well done!

Now, chill out, open a few bottles of wine, and get your dancing shoes on!

English exam preparation courses with Inglés Málaga

Are you a sports lover?

A sports lover is an expression that describes a person who is mad about sport.

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To be a guinea pig

Pedro Sánchez sworn in as Spain’s prime minister after no-confidence vote

The English broadsheet, The Guardian, reports:

Leader of socialist PSOE faces uphill battle with just 84 seats in 350-seat parliament

Pedro Sánchez was sworn in as Spain’s new prime minister on Saturday, a day after the socialist leader overthrew his conservative predecessor, Mariano Rajoy, in a historic vote of no confidence provoked by anger over corruption in Rajoy’s party.

Sánchez, whose PSOE party relied on support from the anti-austerity Podemos party as well as Basque and Catalan nationalists to depose Rajoy, will have to govern with just 84 MPs in Spain’s 350-seat parliament.

The 46-year-old former economics professor has promised to address the “pressing social needs” of citizens in the country still plagued by high unemployment and the effects of the financial crisis, but he faces an uphill battle. Analysts warn that parliamentary consensus will be in short supply, making significant social reforms hard to achieve.

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What is language?

The ability to understand how a language is constructed definitely has it´s merits.  However, from my point of view, this only tells me that you can follow some rules and join a lot of dots together; seriously, how dull is that?!

What´s the point of using a colour by numbers book when you could allow your imagination to take you on journey without rules and without limitations.

OK, having said all that – here you go:

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Phrasal Verbs: Out

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Phrasal Verbs: Down

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Phrasal Verbs: Off

British people are becoming teatotalers!

According to the Office for National Statistics (ONS) more British people are giving up alcohol than ever before. The research does not suggest why this decline in alcohol consumption is occurring. However,  I hope that the main reason is connected to health improvement.

If you want to read more about this piece of research, then take a look at the online publication, The Conversation.