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Tess & Ravi

Tess y Ravi conversan sobre la ciudad más famosa en el Reino Unido. ¡Pienso que sé cuál es! Rob y Adam leen tus comentarios sobre las redes sociales.

Quick Grammar: Words that are often confused

Do you know the difference between these words?


We can recycle glass, paper, plastic and metal. We can also put left over food into our compost to use in a garden. Can you put the rubbish in the correct recycle bin?

Professionals Podcasts - Motivation in the workplace

Escucha un fragmento de una entrevista con un profesor de Estudios de Gestión de Empresas sobre el tema de la motivación laboral.

A group of people

This page can help you with your writing in the field of sociology. Take a look! 


Your Comments

22 June, 2017 - 07:06
Hello neh7272, Generally speaking, we do not provide explanations of sentences from elsewhere as it is necessary to know the context in which language is used and a sentence may appear incorrect but...
22 June, 2017 - 05:06
Hi, sir. May I know if the following sentence is correct? 1. No, you should not. Can I end my sentence just like this or I should write it as 'No, you shouldn't do that.' Thank you, sir.
22 June, 2017 - 01:06
Hi Peter, Thank you for the explanation. In my understanding, would is also used for unsure about something and just assuming. For example: 1.He would be 10 years old. (we don't know his age and...