10 Phrasal verbs con UP

10 Phrasal verbs con UP

1. Blow up Hace referencia a que algo explote o poner una bomba. Aquí tienes una frase de ejemplo: He drove over a land mine and his Jeep blew up. (El condujo por un campo de minas y su Jeep explotó) 2. Break up (with somebody) Significa romper con alguien, acabarse...

leer más
Phrasal verbs con “Keep”

Phrasal verbs con “Keep”

keep [sb/sth] from doing [sth] EN: Prevent ESP: Impedir Ej. sorry to keep you from your work. I shouldn’t have called during working hours. keep sth up EN: to continue without stopping or changing. ES: seguir el ritmo.  Ej. “Keep up the good work!” keep sth from sb...

leer más
Idioms through pictures

Idioms through pictures

in the blink of an eye very quickly: Software that would do lots of boring calculations in the blink of an eye. Richard was a little shocked to see her go from shy and demure to forthright and direct in the blink of an eye. Dinner went by reasonably quickly, and in...

leer más
Idioms through pictures

Idioms through pictures

TO PLAY BALL WITH SOMEONE to cooperate with someone: We contacted the airline about a refund but they wouldn't play ball. The opposing attorneys refused to play ball with us. Why can't you guys play ball with us? Max won't play ball with the gang anymore.  ...

leer más
Cómo preparar los exámenes de Cambridge

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...

leer más
Is learning French useful?

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...

leer más
Idioms through pictures

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...

leer más
Idioms through pictures

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.      

leer más