Culture Festival Vocabulary Writing

How to write a successful Christmas letter


Christmas is a time to get in touch with friends and family. What better way than to spread your love than by sending a thoughtful Christmas letter?

Culture Reading Travel Vocabulary

Weekend trip: Lisbon

Have a long weekend and want to spend it outside of Spain?


Check out these tips to have a great weekend in Lisbon!

Culture Learning Unclassified

How to carve a Jack-O-Lantern

Do you know the tradition of carving a pumpkin for Halloween? It is a great excuse to spend the evening with your family or friends, doing something creative and fun!

Culture News Reading Vocabulary

Well, well, well, It looks like Spain is at the top of the list!

From the millions of tourists that come to Spain every year it is easy to see that Spain is a popular country for foreigners. But does living here bring the same qualities?


Confusing words: Trip vs. Travel

Do you ever confuse the words «trip» and «travel»?

Exam Prep Unclassified

Personal Statement Tips


So you have decided to go to either an American or British University. Whether you are doing an undergraduate, MBA, Master’s, or Doctorate, there is one requirement that has hunted not only international student but domestic students, the PERSONAL STATEMENT.

Exam Prep

Six essential speaking tips for the TOEFL

If you have decided to go to university in the United States, you might have to take the TOEFL. The TOEFL is the official English language exam for most, if not all, international students who are planning to study in the United States.

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Sing-along! «I want to break free» by Queen

Sometimes, the best way to learn a language is by having fun! So this week, we are going to sing-along to «I want to break free» by Queen.


Challenge of the week! A movie scene!

There is nothing better than a good ol’ English literature classic on film. In 2005, the newest adapted screen version of one of the most beloved English classics of all time was brought to our screens once again. Check out the link below to see the one of the most famous scenes from Pride and Prejudice, “Mr. Darcy’s Proposal.”

Watch the scene and try to fill-in the gaps in the film script with the missing present tenses (i.e. the present tense, present continuous, or present perfect simple).  Do not use subtitles.


Phrasal Verbs Type #1

Phrasal Verbs! Arrgghh!

Comprehension Culture english Learning Song

Let’s go karaoke singing!

Do you enjoy singing? Would you like to improve your English while understanding the meaning of your favorite songs?? Then try Lyrics training!


Cambridge Exam Prep

The Cambridge English Scale: the new results for Cambridge exams

Cambridge exams are among the most popular English exams for foreigners.

You probably know about the First Certificate Exam or the Certificate in Advanced English. Well, there have been some changes lately in the results you get.