I am including here a section to further practice for improving your pronunciation, for strengthening your grammar, for enlarging your vocabulary and, why not, for having some fun!!!! I hope you will find it useful!!!!!

2 responses

30 01 2011
Manolo Bautista

Hi Mila,
Today I’ve found a link that I thoroughly believe really it could be really helpful for us (at least, today I have been using it whenever I had a doubt about the pronunciation of a word or a phrase).

If you like it, we can post it in the blog!
See you soon 🙂

25 02 2012

First of all, I would like to thank you for your blog. I find it really useful for those who want to keep their English up to day. I was just reading your post when a doubt came to my mind (I don’t even sure if that expression is correct). Well, what I would like to know is if you can say “practice for improving” or the correct one would be “practice to improve” or if, by any chance, both are ok, grammatically speaking. I would have said “to improve” because express finality, but as I have said before, I am not sure any more.
Thanks in advance for your help.

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