7 Oct 2015


It’s obvious that knowing more than one language can make certain things easier — like traveling or watching movies without subtitles. But are there other advantages to having a bilingual (or multilingual) brain? Mia Nacamulli details the three types of bilingual brains and shows how knowing more than one language keeps your brain healthy, complex and actively engaged. 
And feel free to change the subtitles into English, Spanish...
After watching, you can do the THINK questionaire.  

5 Oct 2015


  • Were you making a phone call one hour ago?
  • When the class started yesterday, were you coming by the corridor?
  • What were you doing yesterday when it started to rain?
  • Where were you practising your English last summer?
  • Was the television broadcasting something interesting yesterday night?
  • Were you obeying your parents' rules as long as you lived under their roof?
  • Did you talk to someone while you were working yesterday?
  • Your friend was talking to you yesterday, wasn't he/she?
  • You were studying English last week, weren't you?
  • ... .... .... 

Signal words are:
when, while, as long as 


  • Did you come to the English class last day?
  • Did you speak to your classmate in English?
  • Did you buy food at the supermarket yesterday?
  • How far did you park your car yesterday?
  • Did your visitors enjoy their stay in La Puebla?
  • When did you have your last trip?
  • Who did you go with?
  • Where did you live before?
  • What did you do yesterday?
  • What did you go last Friday?
  • Were you at home yesterday night?
  • Was somebody with you? 
  • You enjoyed summertime, didn't you?
  • ... ... .... 

Some commonly used words are:

yesterday, 3 minutes ago, in 2005, the other day, last Saturday
if sentence type II (if+past ----, conditional):  If I studied, I would pass my exams.


30 Sep 2015


An innovative way to learn English.

Learn English by watching well-known TV shows and films with subtitles in English.

And even you can activate English and Spanish subtitles at the same time.

Moreover you can control the speech speed with the  + and - buttons.

You cannot miss it!
It's totally free and it is not necessary a user registration.


Come on! It isn't so difficult, although you have to learn them by heart, to work with them one time and another time will help you to remember and identify these irregular verbs.

 Open this other website, and you will have those Irregular Verbs with their pronunciation.

Here you will find a website with ANOTHER LIST OF IRREGULAR VERBS, and if you want to learn more about English grammar you will find as well many other grammar chapters on the left of that page.
Good luck!


Choose among these websites: 

And enjoy reading and learning verb tenses and vocabulary!

You have at least four or five stories with vocabulary to be learnt in every one of them and all the answers at the end of each webpage.