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EXPRESSIONS WITH «POP» TO POP IN(TO) :  Make brief, casual visit, enter quickly- I just thought I’d pop in and say hello!!                         ...
A wonderful farewell meal

A wonderful farewell meal

Time flies!!! The course will be over in July and the holidays are coming up fast!!! As a farewell we had a wonderful LUNCH this Tuesday after a year of hard work. Well done Ladies!!! The restaurant A-Marte was closed JUST FOR US. We missed all those Ladies who were...

«A piece of Grammar»

#9 – Ask / Ask for / Ask about/ Ask (someone) to… Don’t say: «I asked to my boss…»Say: «I asked my boss…»Never use a preposition between «ask» and the person you are asking.When you want an object, you can use ask for + object:· I asked for a...

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#6 – Meet / KnowDon’t say: «I knew him last year.»Say: «I met him last year.» Meet has two meanings:· When you have first contact with a person («I met him last year»)· When you will encounter someone you already know. In this case, we often use «meet with» or «meet...
«A piece of Grammar»

«A piece of Grammar»

Marry/ Be Married / Get Married A lot of people get confused about how to use these words. Maybe this will help. to marry (someone)- this is the general verb. It is the time when people come together as husband and wife. Do not say: I married with someone. Wrong!!!...

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To take into account / To keep in mind / To bear in mind / To consider or to take into consideration (Tener en cuenta, en consideración…) –         I’ll try to take into account all the things that are important in a...