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Idioms are phrases that have a different figurative meaning than the literal meanings of each word. They are commonly used by native speakers in everyday conversations, and by familiarising yourself with their meaning, you will be one step closer to speaking like a native.

Prepositions of Time - IN, ON, AT

We use IN for centuries, decades, years, seasons, and months: Peru was colonized in the 16th century.

We use ON for specific days and dates: They’re arriving on Wednesday.

Conditionals in English

Conditionals, also known as  ‘if clauses’, describe a certain condition and its result. There are four types of conditionals in the English language: first conditional, second conditional, third conditional and zero conditional. We can also mix second and third conditional.

Present Simple

We use the present simple to talk about habits, repeated actions/events, general truths and future timetables. 

He eats oatmeal with fruit for breakfast. They go jogging twice a week.

IELTS Academic vs. General Training

The IELTS General Training test is for people who are going to an English speaking country for secondary education, work experience or training programs. 

Todo lo que necesitas saber sobre el examen IELTS

Con 3,5 millones de exámenes realizados en 2018, IELTS es el examen de dominio del idioma inglés más popular del mundo para la educación superior y la migración global.  

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