A dozen of “politically incorrect” or “non-mainstream” pics about this date for your enjoyment. You’ll find some explanation about the origins and real meaning of this celebration (and some more pics) here and here [in Spanish]. Sigue leyendo
A couple of years ago, you probably had this song in your head and you’d spend the whole day singing “dance with me one more time”… Well, that melody sounding on your mind is called Hundred Miles and was composed by Yall, a Catalan group in which two DJ’s and two VJ’s squeezed their brains to create a song inspired by the denim jacket of the spot Exotic Jeans. Gabriela Richardson is the mesmerizing voice of this theme, which mixes Bollywood sound and tropical house. Sigue leyendo
After certain verbs we use the -ing form, and after other verbs we use the to-infinitive. Sometimes we can use either form and there is a change in meaning. Occasionally we can use either form and there is no change in meaning.
So what’s the rule for whether we use the -ing form or the infinitive?
Aquí tenéis un esquema básico de la formación y empleo del Pasado Simple y el Pasado Continuo (y una buena dosis de ejercicios, la mayoría online).
El pasado simple se utiliza: Sigue leyendo
A flipping-card game to practice the English strong verbs and to improve your visual memory. Clic here.
As you asked me to upload some rap among our songs to practice, here you have the one I think it’s the best, even though it’s evil. Below, you will also find the lyrics and the Spanish version by Florentino Fernández. Enjoy! Sigue leyendo