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Modals (basic)

Enlaces a páginas web útiles para la práctica del inglés

En el blog utilizo enlaces a artículos de algunas de estas páginas. Aquí tienes sus enlaces para que puedas encontrar lo que necesites.

La Mansión del Inglés: muy interesante para todos los niveles, con  explicaciones gramaticales, ejercicios de gramática y vocabulario corregidos.
Language learning base: flashcards, documentos en pdf, listas, tablas, vocabulario, explicaciones y ejercicios.
Gianfranco Conti: es el blog de un profesor de inglés que ofrece actividades y explicaciones desde el punto de vista del docente. Sin embargo, éstas pueden resultarnos útiles para la práctica en casa. ëste enlace en concreto ofrece aprender estructuras gramaticales a través de listenings.
Grammarly: gramática, vocabulario, spelling, writing, easily confused words.
English subject area: blog de una profesora de inglés, muy organizado con todas las áreas necesarias. Muy interesante.
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Prepositional phrases

Complex prepositions

Vocabulary: synonyms (from English is Fun)

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Which vs. That: how to choose (enlace)

Adverbs and expressions of frequency

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The percentages here are rough estimates only.
To say how often something happens, you can use a number or 'several' or 'many', followed by 'times: Once a week/month/yearTwice a year/day several times a year
We can also use 'every' + period of time: every morningevery dayevery Tuesdayevery weekevery month
A day of the week with 's' at the end (for example 'on Tuesdays') means the same as 'every Tuesday': I take a dance class on Wednesdays.I relax on Saturdays.

Few afew little a little

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Ten ways to start a sentence (upper-intermediate)

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Ten Ways to Start Sentences: 1. The most common sentence pattern is to write the subject first, followed by the verb: Weeds are important too because birds eat the seeds. 2. Reverse the sentence to begin with the dependent adverbial clause: Because birds eat the seeds, weeds are important too. 3. Begin a sentence with an infinitive phrase used as an adjective: To get a head start, he arrived 20 minutes early. 4. Use an infinitive phrase as a subject: To get a head start was his goal. 5. Begin a sentence with a prepositional phrase and end it with the subject: From out of nowhere came a loud shriek. 6. Begin a sentence with an adjective: Sad about being alone in the house, the puppy lay down and waited by the front door. 7. Begin with an adverb: Regretfully, I will not be able to attend the wedding. 8. Begin with an "ing" participial phrase: Muttering to himself, the old man shuffled throughout the house. 9. Begin with an "ed" participial phrase: Angered by the long wait, I …

Ten common mistakes made by English learners