Cómo preparar los exámenes de Cambridge

Hoy en día nos piden un cierto nivel de inglés en muchos trabajos y en los estudios. Los exámenes y certificados de Cambridge son uno de los más reconocidos y aceptados por todo tipo de instituciones, por eso cada año muchos de vosotros decidís prepararos para alguno...

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Is learning French useful?

Of course, we don’t need to tell you why it’s such a good idea to learn French, but are your students equally convinced? You may want to surprise them with a few facts and figures about French and its importance in tomorrow’s world, which is why we’ve come up with six...

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Idioms through pictures

TO LOOK INTO SOMETHING MEANING: to investigate; to try to get information about (something); to try to discover the facts about something such as a problem or a crime EXAMPLE SENTENCES: Investigators are looking into the cause of the accident. The police checked into...

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Idioms through pictures

ON A KNIFE EDGE In a difficult or worrying situation of which the result is very uncertain: Living with him, she is constantly on a knife-edge.    ...

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Idioms through pictures

LEAP OF FAITH A leap of faith is a decision to believe that something is true or possible even though other people may doubt it: He has taken/made a leap of faith in starting his own business.      ...

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Idioms through pictures

A STAB IN THE BACK An action or way of behaving that hurts someone who trusts you; an act of betrayal: I can't believe that someone I had helped and supported would steal from me. It's a real stab in the back.        

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Idioms through pictures

BIG MOUTH MEANING: A person who talks a lot, especially about him- or herself, and who cannot keep secrets; an indiscreet or boastful person. EXAMPLE SENTENCES: He is/has such a big mouth. He went and opened his big mouth and told them the whole story. I'm sorry. I...

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