En inglés y español. ¿Estás perdido o, tal vez, estás buscando un nuevo interés? Ya sea que estés buscando una nueva forma de actualizar tus habilidades lingüísticas o apoyo educativo para tu familia, es posible que desees considerar clases particulares de inglés y ‘coaching’ (entrenamiento) por videoconferencia.
En estas semanas poco usuales de confinamiento debido a Coronavirus y la enfermedad COVID-19, todo lo que necesita es una computadora portátil, torre, o tablet, con una buena conexión a Internet para conectarse a través de reuniones en la nube. Las videoconferencias ofrecen varias ventajas y es una forma divertida de desarrollar habilidades lingüísticas, por interés personal, razones profesionales, el mundo de los negocios o futuros exámenes.
Consejos psicológicos y técnicos para aprender inglés. Haz progreso con tu aprendizaje de idiomas. ¿Conoces estas pistas para avanzar al próximo nivel? Continue reading
What you should know: English pronunciation and how to improve comprehension. Why proper pronunciation is especially important for job interviews. How to ensure that you understand more when you listen. Read this for ideas, practise and progress to help you to get a good job with a major employer. Read an email with a professional opinion from an English Human Resources recruitment specialist who interviewed Spanish candidates who applied for jobs in England. Continue reading
What does the future hold? An often-asked question, many of us would like to know what the future holds. Although it would be nice to know Saturday’s winning lottery numbers in advance, one thing we can say for certain is that the English language will continue to be important in business, international relations, science and … Continue reading
… and the holiday season is coming to an end – for this year, at least. Soon, it will be time for students to return to university, schoolchildren to go back to … well, school – and those of us who haven’t yet returned to the daily routine will probably soon be doing so. If … Continue reading
Thank you to all the students, individuals and small groups, face-to-face lessons, telephone and video-conferencing who have been studying with ‘MiProfe’ during this academic year. Many of you are sitting or about to finish your exams – good luck, and let me know how you do (especially with English!). Before we all enjoy a (hopefully … Continue reading
It’s autumn! Sally Squirrel is collecting nuts for the winter. Can you help her collect nuts before it gets too cold? Click here: http://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/en/fun-games/nut-hunt You might like to explore some of the other games too. They’re good for learning and practising your English vocabulary. Enjoy!
We don’t normally talk much about politics in English language lessons, as different people often have very different views! However, in the (hopefully) relative safety of this electronic forum, you might like to read the news article below about Gibraltar. As I read and watch the news (and current affairs and discussion programmes) both on … Continue reading
If your current level is Upper Intermediate (CEFR B2) and you would like to progress your studies abroad and get internationally recognised certification, here is some information from Cambridge Language Assessement (previously known as Cambridge ESOL) about Cambridge Advanced Examination ( CAE ) which is at level C1. There will be a 30-minute webinar which … Continue reading
Top ten ‘English’ words invented by the Spanish How Spanish people are reinventing Shakespeare’s tongue… See http://www.thelocal.es/galleries/Culture/twisted_english There are lots of examples – click on the pictures in the gallery too, and note the correct English in the explanation under the picture. Anglicismos are often not real English! Let’s ask a question: How do you … Continue reading