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Adjectives and confusion

Adjectives and confusion

Be careful with adjectives. They are important to provide useful…
A-cup-of-tea-?

A cup of tea ?

English people like to drink tea (té), and sometimes, in the…
Do you cut the mustard?

Do you cut the mustard?

Who knows (quien sabe)? “Mustard” you may know as “mostaza”.…
sheep

Sheep

“Sheep” (oveja) you may well know. It is single and plural.…

Playing by the rules?

seem-appear

“Seem” & “appear”

In English we use seem (parecer) and appear to give information…

Candle

“Candle” (vela, bujía, and candela) has uses as an idiom…

Intransitive verbs

Intransitive (intransitivo) verbs do not have an object. The…
to-be

To be

“To be” is an intransitive verb, (un verbo intransitivo como…

Appreciate

“Appreciate” is often used wrongly. Imagine that you are…

i.e. and e.g.

These two abbreviations are often confused and used incorrectly,…

Different

Have you taken the Cambridge First Certificate or Advanced exam?…