a small blog for students of English as a second language

Hi, everyone!

We’re finally moving to a renewed and more reliable site. If you already liked this humble blog, and if you still want to receive an email every time I  publish a new post, please subscribe again at the new blog.

In the new english4all there’s a specific section for my students at the EOI, which is password protected, where you can find tests and exercises which will be of great help both to me and you to assess your progress. There’s another password protected section with materials, resources, handouts…, you name it, which we go through in class.

I’m all ears to your suggestions and ideas for this new space.

Thanks a lot for your visits and support all this time and I hope you all like the new site, our new site.



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