While most people were at the beach sunbathing, or avoiding jellyfish, Cristina and Inma were busy preparing to resit their EOI exams. Passing an exam requires effort and determination, an effective exam strategy, and a lot of practice. Consequently, I´m on cloud 9 to say that both Cristina and Inma passed their exams. It´s time to celebrate success!
Are you preparing for the official Escuela Oficial de Idiomas exams: B1, B2, C1? If the answer is yes, then The EOI 120 Workout will help you prepare for the speaking exam.
INGLÉS MÁLAGA: PASAPALABRA TWISTER
Inglés Málaga Pasapalabra Twister is a word game which will liberate your mind, improve your vocabulary, and ensure you laugh your pants off.
Can you describe a crazy octopus playing the drums? Do you have the linguistic dexterity to express a happy pirate frying fish? Can you help your team win the Inglés Málaga Pasapalabra Twister trophy?
If you think you’ve got what it takes to be an Inglés Málaga Pasapalabra Twister contestant, and improve your English communication skills at the same time, why not take part in an Inglés Málaga Pasapalabra Twister event?
To apply to be an Inglés Málaga Pasapalabra Twister contestant, please complete the contact form or email Janette, Senior Pasapalabra Twister Sister: email@example.com
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The summer is nearly over, the kids are preparing to go back to school, and here at Inglés Málaga we are celebrating the success and achievement of summer clients.
Congratulations Lola, you have passed your EOI C1 level exams. ! You gave your brain a severe mental workout during your intensive prorammeand 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.
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The power of nepotism!
Chewing the fat with friends, family members and strangers is a common pastime for most people. To chew the fat means to talk with someone in an informal and friendly way. For instance: Last weekend, my mates and I, sat in a bar and chewed the fat until the early hours.
It wasn´t a dream, it wasn´t a hallucination: the England football club are through to the 2018 World Cup semi-finals. It´s a huge effort, it´s an enormous achievement, and considering that last time this happened was in 1990, I have every right to feel dizzy with excitement and hope for a stunning semi-final victory.
I watched the match with a group of young English lads who were fresh-faced, just out of high-school, and innocent of the years of heartache that the majority of English football fans have experienced over the last three decades. They truly believed that England could do it. I, on the other hand, willed myself to quash the stomach-wrenching feeling that England would, once again, under-perform.
So, the fear of defeat is broken, and I thank every single one of those lads who helped me to ride the exhilarating wave of football emotion. Come on England!
The World Cup 2018 tournament has been dramatic. I have seen some brilliant football and some awful football. I have watched high-ranking world-class teams crash out of the tournament during the group stages and three agonising penalty shootouts. As a sport lover and a huge football fan, it´s simply impossible to describe the illogical emotions that you go through when you watch and will your team to perform to the very best of their ability. It´s a raw emotion, that brings out the very best, and the very worst in people.
In general, I´m crazy about watching football because you get lost in the moment, cognitive reasoning is thrown out of the window, nothing outside of the pitch matters, and for a brief moment, you allow yourself to believe that anything is possible. Come on England, I believe.