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Unreal Conditionals

There are two kinds of conditional sentences: real and unreal. Real conditionals are used to talk about real situations. Unreal conditionals refer to imaginary, hypothetical and of course, unreal situations. Although they might seem quite abstract, they are very useful in everyday … Continue reading

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Writing a Short Story

After the advice given to you in Are You a Good Story-Writer?, here you have part two of the series. We all love stories. They thrill us, entertain us, make us laugh and take us to places we could never … Continue reading

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Are you a good short story writer?

Stories are made up of people, places, and events… Putting them all together is not always easy if you do not follow some basic steps. First, let INSPIRATION come, choose an IDEA you like and… SET your story in a … Continue reading

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First conditional: If You Don’t Try, You Will Never Know

Following Coldplay advise, I invite you to keep trying and never ever give up. If you don’t try, you’ll never know what will happen… OR with lyrics First Conditional: real possibility We are thinking about a particular condition/ situation in … Continue reading

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Common Beliefs 2: Medical Myths

(adapted from http://listverse.com/2009/02/15/top-10-common-medical-myths/) This is a selection of the ten most common medical myths, but do feel free to add your own to the comments section below. 10- Sugar Hyperactivity The Myth: Sugar makes kids hyperactive After some scientists have … Continue reading

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Feelings

                                                       How do you feel today? Positive or negative? Here is a list of adjectives  to describe your feelings. To test your ability to read people’s faces do this facial expressions test. If it’s idioms you want to use then here you have … Continue reading

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