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!
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.
As you may know, yesterday, April 23rd, was the World Book Day. It is celebrated all around the world (although it is more popular in certain countries and in other countries the celebration has been moved to a different date). For example, in the United Kingdom the festivity takes place on the first Thursday of March , […]
If you are studying English, you probably know that some words are not what they seem to be. Be careful! These are some false friends you should learn: Actually If you wantto talk about something that is happening NOW, don’t go for actually! Nowadays is the word you are looking for. When we use actually we only try […]
One of the biggest fears of English Learners: Phrasal Verbs Phrasal verbs are always a very difficult matter when it comes to learning English. There are so many, with so many different meanings, so many different combinations, who wouldn’t be confused?
Paco de Lucía, born Francisco Sánchez Gómez (21 December 1947 – 26 February 2014) was a Spanish flamenco guitarist, composer and producer. A leading proponent of the New Falmenco style, he was one of the first flamenco guitarists who has also successfully crossed over into other genres of music such as classical and jazz.
IN 2013 English still the most popular language, and the most spoken in a business environment. However, in the last few years, Chinese is becoming a very influential language, as it is said that Mandarin Chinese is the language of the future. But, is it really this way? Is it worth it to learn Mandarin Chinese?