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PHRASAL VERBS IN CONTEXT

A phrasal verb a day: podcast series

30 phrasal verbs to help you with technology (listening + script)

Phrasal verbs: Older posts on this blog (with a lot of activities)

Apps: The phrasal verb machine
Phrasalstein

Phrasal verbs: comic strip



Phrasal verbs in films:


Phrasal verbs songs (YouTube group)

Visual phrasal verbs

Your homework for Wednesday: Phrasal verbs warm-up

Infographic Of The Day: The Many Languages Of Twitter

A wonderfulvisualization depicting the languages in use around the world on Twitter.
In the physical world, we tend to identify ourselves by nationality. But online, where you can reach across cyberspace and speak directly and instantaneously with someone 6,000 miles away without ever passing through customs, nationality isn’t nearly as meaningful. The real borders are created by language: Language is what makes someone addressable no matter where he is. Language is what you share with strangers above all else. Language is your passport into a new community of people.

THE POMODORO TECHNIQUE: Time management

EOI Alcalá: 25th ANNIVERSARY Activities Programme

Activities programme
I really hope to see you all on April 22nd!!!