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THE VARIOUS WAYS OF EXPRESSING AGREEMENT AND DISAGREEMENT

We use these different expressions to show agreement and disagreement. This is an essential part of trying to find a conclusion or negotiating an outcome in language use.   AGREE I (ADVERB) AGREE WITH WE AGREE ON I SEE YOUR POINT I GET WHAT YOU MEAN I UNDERSTAND YOUR POINT I SEE WHAT YOU ARE… Continue reading THE VARIOUS WAYS OF EXPRESSING AGREEMENT AND DISAGREEMENT

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5 Simple Ways to Improve your Written English

As one of the four key skills needed for language learning, writing is one of the areas in which most language enthusiasts seek to develop and grow. Writing can be seen as a difficult area to improve, especially for people who are not used to writing on a daily basis, or for those who feel… Continue reading 5 Simple Ways to Improve your Written English

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How to Carry Out an Amazing Monologue

If you are thinking of doing an English exam with Trinity College London or the Escuela Oficial de Idiomas, this post will be really useful for you. In both of these exams there is a speaking task in which you need to produce a monologue for the examiner and the later defend it by answering… Continue reading How to Carry Out an Amazing Monologue

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The Different Types of Essay Format

There are various types of essay format that students need to practice to cover all of the possibilities that could come up in the exam. To get a rounded view of what an essay is, I will start off by looking at generic essay structues and then define each different type of essay. To see… Continue reading The Different Types of Essay Format

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TRINITY B2 – ISE II

The B2 for Trinity, also known as the ISE II consists of two modules. The first being Reading and Writing and the second Speaking and Listening. The Trinity exams have the same validation as their equivilents (Cambridge ESOL etc.), but their are some individual differences that candidates may wish to take into account. AT FIRST… Continue reading TRINITY B2 – ISE II

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TRINITY C1 – ISE III

The C1 for Trinity, also known as the ISE III consists of two modules. The first being Reading and Writing and the second Speaking and Listening. The Trinity exams have the same validation as their equivilents (Cambridge ESOL etc.), but their are some individual differences that candidates may wish to take into account. Advantages The… Continue reading TRINITY C1 – ISE III

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How to understand native speakers – THE REALITY OF IT!

Recently I have read various articles on this topic in particular. So I thought it might be a good idea to include my own personal opinion about it based on my own personal experience as a teacher and a language enthusiast. Many language learners focus the majority of their time on the study of grammar… Continue reading How to understand native speakers – THE REALITY OF IT!