Tuesday, 30 April 2013

100,000 visits

First of all thanks to my followers, not many but the first ones. And also to my students, the real target of the entries. I'm really happy to have reached 100,000 visits. Thanks to any English learner who finds something interesting on this 5-and-a-half-year-old blog. I'll try to keep on attracting your attention with more posts. I wouldn't mind a comment every now and then --just to know you're there.
100,000 million thanks!!!

Thursday, 25 April 2013

Council of Europe

Have a look at the Council of Europe website.
This week’s top stories include the impact of culture on democracy, and specifically the impact of digitalisation, as discussed by European Ministers of Culture meeting in Moscow, 14 - 16 April. In the case of ‘Aswat versus the UK’, the European Court of Human Rights decided to halt the extradition of a schizophrenic man from the UK to the US.
Also in the news this week, the highlights of the Spring Session of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe to be held in Strasbourg in the week of 22 April.

Language tip of the week: change | Macmillan

Language tip of the week: change | Macmillan

Monday, 8 April 2013

Your English: Phrasal verbs | Onestopenglish

You can find Tim Bowen's articles on phrasal verbs on the link below:
Your English: Phrasal verbs | Onestopenglish

Monday, 1 April 2013

NASA Informs: Water on Mars

There is one of the many governmental and institutional websites that has tried to keep the April Fools tradition alive for decades. NASA’s official page has always been supportive of the idea in one way or another. In 2005, the staff joked about having found water on Mars.