Thursday, 30 December 2010

Happy New Year!!

The new year brings with it lots of memories about what happened the year before and a lot of ideas about what we'll be able to achieve in the new one. It's a time of decisions and resolutions.
As a New Year's present, I want to share this beautiful poem with all of you. The poem is called "The road not taken" and it was written by Robert Frost

TWO roads diverged in a yellow wood,
And sorry I could not travel both
And be one traveler, long I stood
And looked down one as far as I could
To where it bent in the undergrowth;

Then took the other, as just as fair,
And having perhaps the better claim,
Because it was grassy and wanted wear;
Though as for that the passing there
Had worn them really about the same,

And both that morning equally lay
In leaves no step had trodden black.
Oh, I kept the first for another day!
Yet knowing how way leads on to way,
I doubted if I should ever come back.

I shall be telling this with a sigh
Somewhere ages and ages hence:
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference.

To listen to an online version of the poem, click onto:


Saturday, 25 December 2010

Christmas 2.0

May you have a blessed Christmas Day!!

Wednesday, 8 December 2010

Getting ready for Christmas

How much vocabulary connected with this season do you know?

Click onto: and find out.

1) Read the words and click on the sound button to learn how to pronounce them
2) Do the exercises at the top

Tuesday, 30 November 2010

Christmas shopping

Already? Yes, it is time to think of the gift we'll buy our loved ones for Christmas. In the States, people do this well in advance. There shopping starts soon, on the day known as Black Friday. Now, in the era of technology, they can also shop on Cyber Monday, an option that is becoming quite popular.
Watch this video to learn more about this:

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If you want to read the script, click on:

Friday, 12 November 2010

American people celebrate Thanksgiving on the fourth Thursday of November. That day, families get together to celebrate. Even though we don't have this celebration in Argentina, I think we can also take some time to recall all those things we can be thankful for. Many times we are so involved in our everyday activities that we don't take the time to enjoy things we may take for granted.

What are you thankful for?

To learn more about the history of Thanksgiving:

Take a language quiz about this holiday:

Monday, 20 September 2010


Spring is here!! And here's a positive message for this very special time:
"No matter how long the winter, spring is sure to follow." ~Proverb
Hope you have a nice beginning of this beautiful season.

Sunday, 5 September 2010

Anne Frank

We're reading Anne Frank and wonder how the other characters might describe Anne as they see her. Here's how Natali thinks Peter would do so:

Today is my birthday and I have a game and a cigarette lighter for presents.Everything is getting worse,but we are safe and now that is the most important thing.I feel terrible because there are a lot of people in the streets and the families are separated.I like living here with other families but sometimes it's difficult.

Well,let's talk about Anne,she is very pretty and I like her company because she is funny and she has a good sense of humour all the time,and it's good to have a person like that,because if you are sad,nervous or worried she can make you happy.I like her very much,but in these time I can't think about love because the most important thing is to be alive and survive.If Anne likes me, she could be my girlfriend, but I don't think that, because she ''loves'' me like a brother or a friend.Well,I'm too tired and I've to go to sleep, because it's too late.

Here's what Facundo thinks Alfred would write:

I am Alfred Dussel 10 November

Dear diary , I think that I am lucky because this big family chose me to live in their house , now the Germans are taking the Jews in the concentration camps to kill them ,our secret annexe is really secret because when I entered the buiding had no idea where I was going and then I entered the secret annex I forgot all about Germans and the concentration camps. I was puzzled they received me with a drink then they showed me my bedroom and I forgot to say something , I knew a girl called Anee Frank she is a beautiful she talked to me for an hour. She thinks that she is selfish and I said that she had not any reason to feel like that because you can not protect more people because we are 8 now .

This is Agostina's contribution

Hello kitty: I ,Margot was born in Frankfurt in Germany in 1926.When we went to the Annex I felt scared because I had a letter to say that I was going to the camp but i didn`t go.I lived with other people and it is horrible because we have no trust and the Annex is very small.When we have a shower we have 3 places.I sleep with my sister anne but then other person live with us and I go to sleep to my parents bedroom.I ´m not very happy I like sleeping with my sister it is more fun.I like living with these people,they are good but Mrs Van Dan isn`t a good person because she tells me off all the time.We can`t make noise because the people work in the factory,we have a bookcase that covers the doors this is safer because they don`t see the door.We have a friend called Miep and father´s friend,they help us,they bring us food and clothes.I love them.

Here's what Kendra thinks Peter would say:

Hi kitty! I'm Peter, living here is strange. I don't feel well, We don't know them a lot.
Mom & Dad don't feel well either. This situation is very strange. Anne is a good friend and
Margot is beutiful! I love her...

I think i fell in love.I'm very afraid of the Germans, they can kill us!
Sometimes i ask myself: why me? why am I living this horrible situation?
I think i didn't do anything bad! But things are like that. I'll tell you tomorrow how I feel.

Tuesday, 31 August 2010

Julie and Julia

Some time ago, I saw the film Julie and Julia. I found the story inspiring and funny at the same time. Mary Streep´s performance is superb, the two plots are skillfully interwoven, and for those who love cooking this is the chance to get to know an icon of American cuisine.

Learn more vocabulary connected with cooking at:

Tuesday, 17 August 2010

Anne Frank

Fourth Adolescents is reading The Diary of a Young Girl, a most moving story about Anne Frank, a girl who has to go into hiding with her family during the Second World War. You can take a tour of the house where they stayed at the time:

You can also learn about its inhabitants:

Tuesday, 10 August 2010

Have fun!

Unemployment in the States

Unemployment keeps being a serious problem in the States. Listen to the news and pay attention to the language used to talk about money and work.

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The nation’s unemployment rate remains steady at 9.5 percent for the month of July despite a gain of 71,000 jobs in the private sector. Analysts chalk it up in part to a loss of 131,000 temporary jobs, and now many are wondering if unemployment rates in the U.S. will remain stagnant for the next decade.

We’re analyzing coverage from Fox News, NPR, MarketWatch and CNN.

Recent figures confirm the U.S. economy slowed in the spring, and then came to a stall in the summer since employers failed to add as many jobs as anticipated. On Fox News Stuart Varney says unemployment numbers should be nowhere near this high.

“I cannot remember a time when you had 6.6 million people out of a job for more than six months. That is long-term, mass unemployment. Now that rate you just showed, 9.5 percent, that should be a lot lower at this stage of the ‘so-called’ economic recovery. We went into recession in December of ‘07, two and a half years later we should have an unemployment rate way below nine and a half percent.” 

But NPR’s Yuki Noguchi says it’s easier said than done, and points to a major problem in the jobs market.

“Earlier in the year Gault predicted private sector hiring would have accelerated by now but the economy hit a snag and now he expects it might be a few more months before business hire more than a 100,000 people a month. ... The further we go into the year the better the numbers should get on the private side.”

But in an article for MarketWatch, a progressive policy analyst warns it could have been worse.

“To be sure, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act saved or created up to 1.2 million to 2.8 million jobs, and without it, we would have had 8.7 million to 10.3 million jobs lost... the evidence is clear that these policies certainly helped. But we still have work to do.”

Finally on CNN one analyst highlights another problem she says is contributing to slow job growth.

“We’re seeing a trend. Employers are also bringing back temporary or contract workers instead of taking on full-time workers that they’d have to pay benefits to. Experts are saying that in the next few years forty percent of the workforce could be made up of freelancers, because Kyra you know there’s a lot of uncertainty as to what’s going to happen with health care especially, so you know companies are less willing to hire people on full-time.”

So what do you think? Is the economy at a halt, or will job growth pick up in the near future?

Links on the topic:

Monday, 19 July 2010

Friends' Day

In Argentina, we celebrate Friends' Day on July 20th. I've been trying to find songs about friends and found many that we've heard quite a lot. Here's a different version from The Beatles' classic: "With a little help from my friends"

You can find the original version and lyrics at:

What other songs can you recommend for this special day?

Sunday, 11 July 2010

Videos games and education

This video explains how video games can be used to support democracy and conflict resolution. Captions in English are included.Once you've listened to (and read) it, you can take the quiz to check how much you've understood.

Thursday, 8 July 2010

Toy Story 3

I've always been fond of animated films so I was more than glad to see Toy Story 3 last week and in 3D!! What makes these stories so popular? Has this part of the sequel come up to your expectations? Looking forward to reading your comments.

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Toy Story 3 is opening this weekend, and after a summer of so-so box office performances, could it be a huge hit?

Reviews say the movie brings back classic characters and is appealing for both kids and adults. A staggering 100% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes means no one has panned the film yet. Critics are praising the movie for its awesome animation, its humor and its heartfelt themes. It’s even getting Oscar buzz.

MSNBC projects that this could be Pixar’s biggest opening weekend ever — that Toy Story 3 could make $90 to $100 million. A reporter says Disney has set the film up for success, especially in trying to appeal to audiences 15 years after the original came out.

“Disney has done a pretty good job of keeping the Toy Story brand around for the last 10 and 15 years by having a presence of Toy Story at its theme parks, re-releasing those DVDS and last fall it re-released Toy Story 1 and Toy Story 2 in theaters in 3-D. $32 million work of ticket sales were sold so it did keep people interested and engaged.”

This is the first Toy Story to be in 3-D, so tickets cost more. Will that deter audiences, or mean a bigger box office take? CNBC points out that Shrek Forever After tried the same 3-D tactic in May, and it didn’t work.

“Toy Story 3 and Shrek are similar. Both are digitally animated, popular brands squeezing out third and fourth sequels. And now they are in 3-D, which means a higher ticket price. ... Disney does face the challenge of luring moviegoers back to theaters. U.S. box office is down over 6% since early May.”

The summer box office has been weak so far. The Celebrity Café says similar sequels have proved disappointing.

“...many sequels have performed poorly in theaters in recent weeks, including Sex and the City 2 and Shrek Forever After. … While expectations for Toy Story 3 remain high, the current generation of young moviegoers was not around when the first two films...were released.”

But a writer for MTV News says Pixar seems to be a company to count on.

“Pixar has done pretty well for itself over the last 15 years. The studio has yet to release a film that failed to hit the $360 million mark.”

So, will Toy Story 3 be a hit now, when the industry needs it, or will it be another summer sequel flop?

Saturday, 3 July 2010

How important is it to be accurate in English? This is a commercial created by Berlitz and shows how little differences can be serious. Don't worry if you can't understand the first's not in English!

The word "sink" has only one sound that distinguishes it from the word "think". "Sink-think" is called a "minimal pair". You may practise it if you follow this link:

Saturday, 26 June 2010

For "Friends" lovers

Here's a deleted scene from the sitcom Friends. Embedding is not allowed but it's worth following the link. Watch it and answer the questions:
- Why is Rachel so happy?
- What does Joey say to Rachel after she abruptly comes into the bathroom?
- What does Chandler answer to Joey when he asks "Shaving?"?
- What does Phoebe think?

Have you been able to answer them all?

Friday, 25 June 2010

TV and health

How much TV do you watch? Read this article taken from and then... go out and do some exercise!
You may click on those highlighted words you find more difficult

Every hour in front of the TV raises risk of heart disease

By Jenny Hope
Last updated at 9:00 AM on 24th June 2010

Watching too much TV can be deadly even for the healthy, claim researchers.

Every hour in front of the box pushes up the risk of dying from heart disease by 7 per cent, according to a study.

Those looking at their favourite progammes for four hours a day - the UK average - face a 28 per cent rise in the risk.

The study from the Medical Research Council says changes in lifestyle could stem the toll from heart disease which causes 193,000 deaths a year and is responsible for a third of the UK's deaths.

For almost a decade, researchers from the MRC Epidemiology Unit studied 13,197 middle-aged, healthy men and women in Norfolk.

In that time 373 of the participants died from heart disease, according to the findings published today in the International Journal of Epidemiology.

Sunday, 20 June 2010

What's your job?

What's your job? What do you do for a living? Listen to the video and take down as many jobs as you can.

Friday, 18 June 2010

Father and Son

In Argentina, we celebrate Father's Day on the third Sunday of June. While trying to find a song on the topic I remembered this wonderful oldie, originally by Cat Stevens. This is a newer version by Boyzone. Can you think of any other song about fathers? If so, please let me know.

In this one, the father gives the son some recommendations for the future. What about your father? What's the best recommendation you remember from him? You can share your ideas here.

Argentina 4- South Korea 1

For all Argentine fans, here's a report from the New York Times. I'm interested in reading your comments. What do you like the most about this team?

Argentina Coach Diego Maradona celebrated with Gonzalo Higuain, who scored three goals in their victory over South Korea.

Maradona Starts the Attack, and Messi Keeps Driving It


JOHANNESBURG — Nearly a quarter-century later, an old antagonism was renewed Thursday. The two men had been opposing players in a long-ago World Cup. Now they were coaches in suits and shined shoes instead of jerseys and cleats.

If the years had changed the men, they did not change the result. Argentina (2-0) received three goals from forward Gonzalo Higuaín and defeated South Korea, 4-1, all but advancing to the second round on a bright, chilly afternoon with one group match remaining.

Lionel Messi was again exquisite and had a hand — a foot actually — in all four of Argentina’s goals, one of which South Korea put into its own net. With Messi directing set pieces and the flow of play, Argentina played attractive, attacking soccer in a tournament in which defenses have been obstructive and parsimonious.

The same teams had met in the 1986 World Cup, with Argentina winning, 3-1, also in the first round. In that tournament, Diego Maradona was on his way to a championship and an enduring legend, while Huh Jung-moo was assigned to mark him. Maradona later said that Huh had practiced taekwondo more than soccer.

On Thursday the men met again, standing along the sideline as coaches in their suits, one gray, the other blue. Sure, Maradona had said before the match that he would shake Huh’s hand, despite their dusty confrontation.

“He’s a coach,” Maradona said.

But that did not keep Maradona from playing a psychological game in advance of the soccer game.

He said Huh’s team was collectively strong but was bound to lose because Argentina had Messi and South Korea (1-1) did not. Maradona also admonished the referee to protect Messi, the world’s best player.

“If you want to see a show, you have to make sure the stars aren’t treated badly,” he said. “We have come to play football. Anyone who doesn’t want to play football should go home.”

Perhaps he was reflecting on his experience against Huh some 24 years ago. But Huh refused to take the bait. If he had used martial arts in 1986, he said, the referee would have ejected him. Anyway, he added, he would not get rattled by what he called Maradona’s attempt at “psychological warfare.”

“We are playing a football match; this isn’t a war of words,” Huh said. “They are a strong team, but the strongest team doesn’t always win.”

In that long-ago match, South Korea had been intimidated by Argentina, Huh said. This was a different team, led by the captain Park Ji-sung of Manchester United. South Korea had been fleet and relentless in beating Greece, 2-0, in its opener. Kuh admonished his players to enjoy themselves, to play the opponent, not the opponent’s reputation.

Clearly, he was not bullied by Maradona’s pregame remarks. Huh had no intention of playing softly against Messi. After all, Messi was wearing a uniform, not packed in Bubble Wrap.

In the 10th minute, Yeom Ki-hun took down Messi with a rugby tackle and was warned with a yellow card. Another takedown, this one of midfielder Ángel Di María, gave Argentina a free kick in the 17th minute. Messi made South Korea pay this time.

He bent a ball from the left wing and his teammate Martín Demichelis whiffed on a header but shielded South Korea’s Park Chu-young. The ball deflected off Park’s right shin. Surprised, South Korea’s goalkeeper, Jung Sung-ryong, could only stick out his left leg as the ball rolled into his net.

Messi was wrestled to the turf again in the 28th minute. Maradona began gesticulating and yelling at Huh on the sideline, clearly upset. Huh could not understand what Maradona was saying. He waved him off.

“I don’t think it’s appropriate for a coach to direct any comments toward the other coach,” Huh said. “I think we were trying to tell each other to calm the players down.”

Still, South Korea kept muscling Argentina. In the 33rd minute, forward Carlos Tévez tried to bull his way through two defenders but went to his knees, his jersey yanked halfway up his chest near the left corner flag.

Messi played the resulting free kick to Maxi Rodríguez, a starter in midfield who replaced Juan Sebastián Verón, who had a mild calf injury. Rodríguez crossed into the penalty area to the substitute defender Nicolás Burdisso, who beautifully flicked the ball behind him to Higuaín. He nodded the ball downward from 7 yards and Argentina took a 2-0 lead.

Seconds before halftime, Park redeemed himself for the own goal. He headed the ball upfield toward Demichelis, who turned lazily, only to have possession stripped from him by South Korean midfielder Lee Chung-yong. Lee raced alone into the penalty area and halved Argentina’s advantage to 2-1.

South Korea missed an inviting chance to tie the score in the 58th minute. Yeom pushed a shot wide with his left foot when his right would have been more dependable on a narrow angle.

In the 76th minute, Messi drove his own rebound off the left goal post. Higuaín tapped it into the net for a 3-1 Argentina lead. Another header by Higuaín four minutes later made it 4-1.

“Korea was never capable of controlling us,” Maradona said. “I think Argentina just played with the ball and did whatever they wanted with it.”

After the final whistle, Maradona shook Huh’s hand, again the victor. He could afford to feel satisfied. Spain lost and Brazil struggled to a win, but Argentina was rolling with victories over Nigeria and South Korea.

“It is for the players to say if I’m a good coach or not,” Maradona said. “But if you have such a sensational team, it’s easy.”

Thursday, 17 June 2010


OK, let's talk about it! What about? OK. No, it's not a riddle. Let's talk about the origin of the word "OK". How long do you think people have been using this word? Twenty years, thirty, forty... read about it and find out. You can also listen to the text while you read it.

Saturday, 12 June 2010

Argentina's Victory (An International View)

This is what the CNN says about it.

Maradona's Argentina ease to opening victory

(CNN) -- Argentina's star-studded line-up began their World Cup campaign with a 1-0 victory over Nigeria in their Group B opener in Johannesburg.

A goal from defender Gabriel Heinze after six minutes was all that separated the two teams after an inspired display from Nigeria goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama.

He could do little to stop Heinze's powerful header from a Juan Sebastian Veron corner, but Enyeama kept his team alive with a string of acrobatic saves to deny World Player of the Year Lionel Messi.

Diego Maradona was delighted to secure his first victory as a World Cup host, but critical of his strikers for failing to make the game safe.

"When you don't kill things off in front of goal you can pay a heavy price. They almost got a draw -- we missed loads of chances," Maradona told AFP.

Players such as Leo Messi and Higuain knocked in around 60 goals last season between them yet today it was almost as if they couldn't set their sights on goal.

"But the win means we can be calm -- we are in the right track," he added.

Friday, 11 June 2010

Can you solve these riddles?

A "riddle" is a type of question which usually has a clever or funny answer, and that you often have to solve as a game.
I challenge you to solve these:

1) What has many keys but can't open any doors?
2) Can a kangaroo jump higher than the Empire State Building?
To find the answer click onto You can even listen to them.

Thursday, 10 June 2010

Mastercard Priceless Elephant

Does this commercial sound familiar? Watch it and do the quiz.

Sunday, 6 June 2010

Building art out of Legos

How many of you have played with Legos? Learn about a man who does more than play. Actually, he creates art with them. Listen to this report.You can also read the subtitles.
Share your views. Can you consider this art?

Tuesday, 1 June 2010

Shrek Forever After

Who says that animation is for kids? I must admit I'm a fan of the Shrek saga. The characters are hilarious and the plots are so witty that they make children and adults laugh alike (although about different things).
In this film, Shrek realises people are not afraid of him anymore so he decides to regain his status as an Ogre. Watch the trailer and have fun! In Argentina we'll have to wait a bit longer but meanwhile, you can take one of these quizzes to check how much you remember:

You can also visit the official website and play some games.

By the way, what's your reason for liking Shrek?

Monday, 31 May 2010

Awareness Test

Cambridge's Dictionary gives the following definition for the word "awareness"
"knowledge that something exists, or understanding of a situation or subject at the present time based on information or experience"
Public awareness of the problem will make politicians take it seriously.
Environmental awareness has increased dramatically over the past decade.

Take this test and check how the results help you think about our everyday life. I'm interested in reading your comments.

Have fun!!

Thursday, 27 May 2010


In just a few days we'll be immersed in the world of football. Many of the words we use in Spanish to talk about football come from English. How many others can you add?

Thursday, 20 May 2010

Big Brother is watching you!

The idea on which the reality show "Big Brother" is based comes from a novel called 1984 by George Orwell. The book is a wonderful read and confronts us with the risks of a totalitarian government. You can watch the trailer and read the author's biography.
If you've read it you can leave your comments here.

Wednesday, 19 May 2010

Places to visit

Listen to (and read,if you want) these extracts about two different places. On the right, there are comprehension and vocabulary exercises you can do if you want to practise new expressions.
After listening, share your opinion here. Would you like to visit places like these? Why? Why not?


Tuesday, 18 May 2010

Getting ready for the World Cup!!

Get ready for the big event! Listen to the song and read its lyrics!!


Tourists, luggage, driving... How many other items does the picture make you think of? Learn some more vocabulary connected with this area.

Friday, 14 May 2010

Telephone numbers

Listen to phone numbers and click on the right answers!

Reading and the Internet

Do you read fewer books because of the Internet? Listen to this dialogue and check if their opinion is the same as yours. You can listen to it and read at the same time. You can also click on the buttons on the side and practise the new expressions used.
I'm looking forward to your comments about this controversial topic.

I love my cellphone

What do you use your cell phone for? No, it's not obvious. Read this article and find out.
By the way, what's the difference between a cellphone and a mobile phone?

Tuesday, 11 May 2010

Benjamin Zephaniah

Who said that only advanced students could read poetry?
Read this poem by English writer Benjamin Zephaniah:

Who's who? (from Talking Turkeys)

I used to think nurses Were women,
I used to think police
Were men,
I used to think poets
Were boring,
Until I became one of them.

Do you know that this talented man had dyslexia, so he couldn't learn to read and write while he was at school? A really inspiring story.

More about him at:

How much vocabulary for food do you know in English? Do these quizzes and find out. (Pre-intermediate) (Intermediate)

By the way, can you name all the food in the photo?

Sunday, 9 May 2010

Invictus (Review)

You can read a Review of the film Invictus at
For the ones who've seen the film, do you agree with the comments?
For the ones who haven't seen it, does it encourage you to do so?


Listen to this beautiful song from the film "Invictus". The name of the song is "Colorblind". What does it mean? You can read the lyrics while you listen to the song.

Colorblind - Overtone

And it's not just a game
You can't throw me away
I put all I had on the line
And I give and you take
And I played the high stakes
I've won and I've lost
But, I'm fine

Hear me say I'll wise up 'til the end
Hear me say I'll stand up for my friends
And I crash to the ground
And it's just my own sound
I drop in the blink of an eye
I'm colorblind

And your milky way fight
Won't stop my delight
You keep me and lock me away
And it's dark and it's bright
It's your colorful pride that kept me here 9000 days

Hear me say I'll see the sky again
Hear me say I'll drive for you my friend
There's a noise in the crowd
But it's just my own shout
A stumble I fall and I pray

Hear you say your eyes see green again
In the end we'll lived up holding hands
Yes, we'll spark in the night
We'll be colorblind
And these are the lives we gave

(I can't understand this part... Something about peace and freedom...)

Hear me say I'll wise up 'til the end
Hear me say that I'll stand beside my friends
I won't stay on the floor
I will settle the score
A stumble I fall and I pray

Hear me say it's time we stop talking
Eye to eye we see a different face (faith?)
Yes we we've conquered the war
With love at the core
A stumble I fall, but I'll stay

Work in Google

Watch this report on how employees work at Google. What's your opinion of the resources used to motivate people in this company?

Saturday, 8 May 2010

What are blogs?

A very clear explanation of what a blog is.
By the way, do you know what "plain" means? What other meanings can you find in the dictionary? You can check my links.

Friday, 7 May 2010

What is "Kaleidoscope English"?

The word "kaleidoscope" comes from Greek and means "observer of beautiful forms". As a teacher of English, I strongly believe learning a language goes beyond the mere systematization of rules and grammar. It is through language that we can explore and learn about ideas, people and traditions.
Besides, this was the name of my first book when I started learning English as a child, and that's another reason why this name is particularly meaningful for me.
Why would I like it to be meaningful for you? In this blog, I'd like to share material that you can use to be in touch with English.
I hope you can view a wide range of colours through this little hole I've made in the huge Internet world.

La palabra "Kaleidoscopio" viene del griego y significa "el que observa formas hermosas".Como docente, creo firmemente que el aprendizaje de un lengua va más allá de la mera sistematización de reglas y gramática. Es a través del lenguaje que podemos explorar y aprender acerca de nuevas ideas, gente, y tradiciones.
Además, este era el nombre de mi primer libro cuando empecé a aprender inglés de chica y esa es otra razón por la cual este nombre es particularmente significativo para mi.
¿Por qué me gustaría que fuera significativo para vos? En este blog, quisiera compartir material que podés usar para seguir en contacto con inglés.
Espero que puedas ver una amplia gama de colores a través de este agujerito que hice en el gran mundo de Internet.