Archive for the ‘Inglés’ Category

Tenses – an overview

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Present Continuous

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Sctottish referendum explained -video The Guardian

Watch this fun video to learn about Scottish history and national identity.

FCE speaking tips

Here you have some tips for the FCE speaking part: FCE speaking tips

Speaking part in the FCE and CAE tests


FCE speaking test

  Here you have two videos of the FCE speaking test; the first one with two weak candidates, please remember what you shouldn’t do in the FCE orals and the other one gives you tips for the speaking part.  

St. Dunstan’s Exchange

From the 2nd to the 9th November a group of 21 students from 4º ESO and 1º Bach. have taken part in our Exchange with St. Dunstan’s school in Catford (London). During the week we visited many places in London such as the Museum of London, Knightsbridge, the British Museum or Southbank. We look forward […]

St. Dunstan’s Exchange

The exchange with St. Dunstan’s school will take place in the following dates: From the 2nd to the 9th November we will visit London. From the 4th to the 11th April 2014 St. Dunstan’s students will visit Pontevedra.  

How do you pronounce this word?

Have you ever asked this question to your teacher? I bet you have, now there’s a way to listen to the word’s pronunciation. You only have to type: and you can find out!!

Cambridge certificates

Following the questions about the expiry date of the Cambridge certificates here you have the answer from The Cambridge ESOL webpage: Cambridge English FCE and CAE certificates do not expire.