Diferencias entre el uso de IN y AT. Primera Parte.


Diferencias entre el uso de IN y AT. Primera Parte. Sabemos, de entrada, que las preposiciones de lugar IN y AT significan en español la preposición “en”. Al no haber diferenciación en español, es lógico que el uso correcto de ambas nos cause más de un dolor de cabeza. A nivel

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English phrasal verbs with ‘off’


Like phrasal verbs that end in words such ‘out’, ‘in’, ‘up’, ‘down’, on, etc., those that make use of the adverb ‘off’ are numerous and varied. While native English speakers use these types of phrasal verbs instinctively, for learners of English, many of these can prove tricky at the best

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Los verbos “être” y “avoir”

Inicio Seguro que si has empezado a estudiar francés ya te has ido familiarizando con los verbos “être” y “avoir”. Estos dos verbos son la base del francés y es una de las primeras cosas en las que os insistirán en clase. Para aprender el idioma hay que controlar primero

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English phrasal verbs with ‘out’


               One of the most notoriously tricky aspects of learning the English language for speakers of other languages is getting to grips with phrasal verbs. Many native English speakers may not even recognise the term “phrasal verb” in the first place and, even if

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Spain: social and cultural aspects


Food, family and social life Everything in Spain is about food. People have comidas, meriendas or cenas with people as much as they can. Spanish people love eating with someone else and they don’t like to do it on their own, as they consider this the ideal time to relax

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