Complete the text with of, from, since, for.
Mark is originally (1)___ South Africa, but he moved to Barcelona when he graduated college, and has lived there (2)___ fifteen years. He moved into and has lived there (3)___ he arrived. His girlfriend, Helena, is also an immigrant: she is (4)___ Athens, the capital (5)___ Greece. They’ve been going out (6)___ 2008, and they’ve lived together (7)___ six months; in fact, she was one (8)___ the first people he met in Catalonia. (9)___ they’ve been going out, he’s met a lot (10)___ new people, and now he really likes living in Barcelona.Read Full Article »
|March 26th, 2013||Tweet||
What word, if any, goes in each space? We’re meeting up __ 5:00 __ Tuesday, so don’t be late! ___ next week, I’m flying to Australia. I can’t wait to see a kangaroo! My sister called me __ Saturday morning, and woke me up! I graduated college __ 2005, and started working __ New York [...]Read Full Article »
|December 31st, 2012||Tweet||
¿Te atreves a completar las siguientes frases con for o since?
1. We haven´t seen each other _________________ a long time.
2. I have lived in Bilbao ________________ I was a little girl.
3. Mark has lived in this town ___________________ 2006.
|April 20th, 2012||Tweet||
¿Cuántas veces has dudado si decir in, on o at? Queremos compartir con vosotros estas normas básicas que os ayudarán a elegir la preposición correcta sin dudas.
Utilizamos at para las horas y para ciertas expresiones:
at the weekend
|February 7th, 2012||Tweet||
Listen to the song and put these prepositions in the correct gap: out, off, in, by, out, down, to
When I walk on _______ , girls be looking like damn he fly
I pimp to the beat, walking _______ the street in my new lafreak,
yeah This is how I roll,
animal print, pants out control
|January 9th, 2012||Tweet||
Since y for son dos palabras que se suelen confundir pero éstas se utilizan en casos diferentes.
Since va seguido de un punto específico en el pasado. Por ejemplo:
I´ve been living in Spain since 1999Read Full Article »
|January 5th, 2012||Tweet||
For, Since and During are often confused by non-native English speakers.
Let’s have a look at why.Read Full Article »
|November 3rd, 2009||Tweet||