English examiner, teacher and frustrated ballerina. Geek, gauche, obsessed with books, podcasts and the web. Diligent professional and blogger, tho. More info below blog's header.
Monthly Archives: July 2012
The ten seasons of “Friends” make a whole English course. But is the difference between you’re and your crystal clear for you? Although it’s pretty much no-brainer, even native speakers slip it up, as shown in the Friends’ still below. Compare … Continue reading
Much as I like focussing on English as a rule, never have I seen any reason for disregarding my own language or any other languages. This week I’ve been proofreading some scientific articles in Portuguese, which are to be published … Continue reading
I don’t know how many of you are into podcasts, but English students should be 100% into them. Podcasts are audio files that you download to your personal computers, memory sticks or smartphones and listen to whenever you have any … Continue reading
So when Mateus commented on the last post he asked me about Franz Ferdinand and it’s not the name of any drawer but the name of a very cool Scottish band. As you’re probably aware of my obsession with Scotland (and … Continue reading