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19/04/18 Spanish makes me blush

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Click on the image to download the pdf It’s possible to make a fool of yourself in your mother tongue but its doubly easy when speaking a foreign language Before you read the complete article, look at this vocabulary and find it in the text: *blush: go red in the face from embarrassment utterly: completely, […]

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12/04/18 Three pleasant surprises for a Spaniard living in Britain

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Click on the image to download the pdf Ex-ECP student Nacho Goicoechea describes 3 things he misses after returning from 7 months living in Brighton Before you read the article, check you understand this vocabulary: to miss (something): to feel the absence of something (and feel sad or nostalgic) workaholic: a person who is addicted […]

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05/04/18 Spain demand rematch in Rugby World Cup controversy

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Click on the image to download the pdf The Spanish Rugby team have been left incensed by 19 “wrong” decisions made by the Romanian referee in a crucial World Cup qualifying match Before you read the complete article, look at this vocabulary and find it in the text: rematch: a second match played between sports teams […]

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26/04/18 The Origins of May Day

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Click on the image to download the pdf The bloody history of International Workers’ Day Before you read the complete article, look at this vocabulary and find it in the text: martyrdom: to suffer persecution and death for beliefs rallies: mass meetings, usually political diet of lead: an expression that means ‘to fill people with […]