Expressions: to mince your words and to see red

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Actualiza tu forma de aprender inglés con Touch English

Libros de inglés por todas partes, los apuntes debajo de la cama, compartir la clase con gente de niveles mezclados […]

Phrasal Verbs: to fall out and to make up for

In today’s article, we are going to look at the phrasal verbs: to fall out and to make up for....

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Expression: to let off steam Phrasal Verb: to cool down

In today’s article, we are going to look at the phrasal verb: to cool down and the expression: to let...

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Phrasal Verb: to cash in on Expression: to make the most of

Firstly, have you read the Phrasal Verb method before listening to today’s podcast? Reading the method and the article is...

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Phrasal verbs: to bring forward and to put back

Firstly, have you had a look at our Phrasal Verb method before listening to today’s podcast? Always remember to read...

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¿Sabes que en inglés hacer un cambio con la gramática te hace más cariñoso?

Hoy vamos a adentrarnos un poco más en la cultura inglesa a la vez que aprendemos algo nuevo en la […]

Expressions: come rain or shine and come what may

In today’s article, we are going to look at the two very popular expressions. One of them is by none...

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¿Tienes razón o no tienes razón con tu inglés?

Como hemos visto en este blog ya, traducir literalmente jamás es aconsejable, sin embargo, uno de los fallos del spanglish […]