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2014

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340 - ENE 8

English titles. Red Calico-Frank Stockton.

352 - JUL 2

Arrive/Get to. World Cup 2014 Part 1/2

341 - ENE 22

Embedded questions. Calendars 2014.

353 - JUL 16

Using Gonna. World Cup 2014 Part 2/2

342 - FEB 5

Prepositions 1/2. Resolutions 2014.

354 - AGO 6

Using Wanna/Gotta. HORSE expressions.

343 - FEB 19

Prepositions 2/2. Carnival worldwide.

355 - AGO 20

The Ingenious Knight - Part 1/6

344 - MAR 4

Verb "suggest". Are mobiles dangerous?

   

345 - MAR 19

Preposition OF. The Eden project.

   

346 - APR 2

17 free certified courses. Blue jeans.

   

347 - APR 16

Family glossary. Are you a couch potato?

   

348 - MAY 7

Crime story: Where is Emily? Part 1/2

   

349 - MAY 21

Crime story: Where is Emily? Part 2/2

   

350 - JUN 4

Valentine's Day: Brief History

   

351 - JUN 18

ING basic rules. HOLD expressions.

   
 

2013

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316 - JAN 9

Patriotic Millionaires in the US.

328 - JUL 3

Verbs in ISE/IZE. Bartleby - H. Melville

317 - JAN 23

The Secret Agent - Joseph Conrad.

329 - JUL 17

Clothes: Phrasal verbs + Expressions

318 - FEB 6

More Food Expressions.

330 - AGO 7

Capitalization. Keesh - Jack London

319 - FEB 20

Nose and Ear Expressions.

331 - AGO 21

Infinitive or ING? A doctor interview.

320 - MAR 6

Eyes Expressions.

332 - SET 4

Expressing Moods and Emotions

321 - MAR 20

Uses of FROM. New Technologies.

333 - SET 18

Uses of HIT. Idiomatic expressions.

322 - ABR 3

BIG vs LARGE. Water Expressions.

334 - OCT 2

Consonants doubled. A navigation app.

323 - ABR 17

British vs American. Smartphones Lite.

335 - OCT 16

Words ending CK/CH. History of Miami.

324 - MAY 1

Abbreviations. Dog Expressions.

336 - NOV 6

Words with IE-EI . Papa's straw hat.

325 - MAY 15

Adverbs in LY. Cherry Blossom Festival.

337 - NOV 20

Parts of a letter 1/2. Money expressions.

326 - JUN 5

Apostrophe. Proverbs - Part 3 (reprise).

338 - DIC 4

Parts of a letter 2/2. Thanksgiving 1/2

327 - JUN 19

Words ending -Y. Money Talks.

339 - DIC 18

Won't-Wouldn't. Thanksgiving 2/2

 

2012

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291 - JAN 4

Foreign students.

304 - JUL 4

Money Expressions 1/2.

292 - JAN 18

Fathers who cook.

305 - JUL 18

Money Expressions 2/2.

293 - FEB 1

Charles Darwin.

306 - AUG 1

Saving money for college.

294 - FEB 15

ONE expressions.

307 - AUG 15

Humor: The Doctor and the Painter.

295 - MAR 7

Three women share Nobel Peace Prize.

308 - SEP 5

Prepositions. The Balloon Man.

296 - MAR 21

Color expressions. Activity.

309 - SEP 19

Business Expressions.

297 - ABR 4

Brief history of the English Language.

310 - OCT 3

A dinner party.

298 - ABR 18

Online textbooks.

311 - OCT 17

Food Expressions 1/2.

299 - MAY 2

French words used in English.

312 - NOV 7

Food Expressions 2/2.

300 - MAY 16

Donna Summer. All about vitamins.

313 - NOV 21

The Turn of the Screw - Henry James

301 - MAY 30

Women & Work: Equality in employment.

314 - DIC 5

Christmas Plants / The Poinsettia Story

302 - JUN 6

Age and Happiness: Relationship.

315 - DIC 19

Your Christmas Gift: Angelina's Dress

303 - JUN 20

Exact Science of Matrimony - O.Henry

vacation

 

2011

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263 - JAN 5

Proverbs - Part 2.

277 - JUL 6

The lady in black 1/2

264 - JAN 19

Word  pairs. Children and computers.

278 - JUL 20

The lady in black 2/2

265 - FEB 2

Confusions to avoid. Silent killer 1/2

279 - AUG 3

Social networks 1/2

266 - FEB 16

Names and surnames. Silent killer 2/2

280 - AUG 17

Social networks 2/2

267 - MAR 2

Confusing pairs. Never on Wednesday.

281 - AUG 31

The dentist.

268 - MAR 16

Earthquake in Japan.

282 - SEP 7

"Mouth" expressions.

269 - MAR 30

The Loch Ness monster.

283 - SEP 21

Bilingual people.

270 - APR 6

The abominable snowman.

284 - OCT 5

Steve Jobs.

271 - APR 20

The lady or the tiger? 1/2

285 - OCT 19

English for Spaniards.

272 - MAY 4

The lady or the tiger? 2/2

286 - NOV 2

"Fish" expressions.

273 - MAY 18

Climate change. Environment (glossary).

287 - NOV 16

"Clothing" expressions. Phrasal verbs 1.

274 - JUN 1

Physical exercise 1/2. Human body.

288 - NOV 30

Proverbs - Part 3. Phrasal verbs 2.

275 - JUN 15

Physical exercise 2/2. Health & doctors.

289 - DEC 7

Christmastime. Phrasal verbs 3 and 4.

276 - JUN 29

Food labels.

290 - DEC 21

Santa Claus.

 

2010

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241 - JAN 27

Credit cards 2/2 (Parte 1/2: boletín 236).

252 - JUL 21

Elvis Presley 1/2. FOR, DURING, WHILE.

242 - FEB 24

Vitamin D.

253 - AUG 4

Elvis Presley 2/2. Question tags.

243 - MAR 17

Chocolate: A brief history.

254 - AUG 18

Saving money. Singular/Plural. Humor.

244 - MAR 31

Marilyn Monroe.

255 - SEP 1

Fireworks. Confusions to avoid.

245 - ABR 14

Thumbing. Use of LIKE and AS.

256 - SEP 15

The cask of amontillado. Quantifiers.

246 - ABR 28

Japanese management. Parts 1 and 2.

257 - OCT 6

Alive and free. Modal verbs.

247 - MAY 12

Japanese management. Parts 3 and 4.

258 - OCT 20

Sleepy teenagers. Modal verbs.

248 - MAY 26

"Green" expressions.

259 - NOV 3

The mystery of time 1/2. Confusions.

249 - JUN 9

South Africa bets on 2010 World Cup.

260 - NOV 17

The mystery of time 2/2. Conjunctions.

250 - JUN 23

Happy birthday. Adjectives ING and ED.

261 - DEC 1

Proverbs - Part 1. Confusions to avoid.

251 - JUL 7

Computer terms. Use of 'S and OF THE.

262 - DEC 15

John Lennon.

 

2009

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191 - JAN 1

Phrasal verbs: Health. Regular verbs.

216 - JUL 15

Lesson 11: Conversation Practice.

192 - JAN 15

Phrasal verbs: Work.

217 - JUL 22

Lesson 12: Key expressions 166 to 180.

193 - FEB 4

Lesson 1: Key expressions 1 to 15.

218 - JUL 29

Lesson 12: Practice. Revision 9 to 12.

194 - FEB 11

Lesson 1: Conversation Practice.

219 - AUG 5

Words and stories: OK.

195 - FEB 18

Lesson 2: Key expressions 16 to 30.

220 - AUG 12

Poverty: A World Bank report. BE vs AE.

196 - FEB 25

Lesson 2: Conversation Practice.

221 - AUG 19

Would rather/prefer. The course catalog.

197 - MAR 4

Lesson 3: Key expressions 31 to 45.

222 - AUG 26

Adverbial clauses. About childhood.

198 - MAR 11

Lesson 3: Conversation Practice.

223 - SEP 2

Expressing regret. I really regret it.

199 - MAR 18

Lesson 4: Key expressions 45 to 60.

224 - SEP 9

Expressing achievement. Congrats.

200 - MAR 25

Lesson 4: Conversation Practice.

225 - SEP 16

Expressing wish. Being a volunteer.

201 - APR 1

Revision lessons 1 to 4: Dialogue.

226 - SEP 23

Indirect requests. The fortune-teller.

202 - APR 8

Lesson 5: Key expressions 61 to 75.

227 - SEP 30

Question tags. Noisy neighbors.

203 - APR 15

Lesson 5: Conversation Practice.

228 - OCT 7

Purpose clauses. My own restaurant.

204 - APR 22

Lesson 6: Key expressions 76 to 90.

229 - OCT 14

Passive voice. Making ends meet.

205 - APR 29

Lesson 6: Conversation Practice.

230 - OCT 21

Cause prepositions. A better world.

206 - MAY 6

Lesson 7: Key expressions 91 to 105.

231 - OCT 28

Infinitive clauses/phrases. Against law.

207 - MAY 13

Lesson 7: Conversation Practice.

232 - NOV 4

Time references. Quizzing Edgar.

208 - MAY 20

Lesson 8: Key expressions 106 to 120.

233 - NOV 11

Describing the future. New computers.

209 - MAY 27

Lesson 8: Conversation Practice.

234 - NOV 18

Modals: Opinions. The guest is late.

210 - JUN 3

Revision lessons 5 to 8: Dialogue.

235 - NOV 25

Expressing habit. An immigrant.

211 - JUN 10

Lesson 9: Key expressions 121 to 135.

236 - DEC 2

Credit cards 1/2 (Parte 2/2: boletín 241).

212 - JUN 17

Lesson 9: Conversation Practice.

237 - DEC 9

Expressing wish. Cold-weather words.

213 - JUN 24

Lesson 10: Key expressions 136 to 150.

238 - DEC 16

Past Simple vs Present Perfect.

214 - JUL 1

Lesson 10: Conversation Practice.

239 - DEC 23

Christmas: Spirit of the Season.

215 - JUL 8

Lesson 11: Key expressions 151 to 165.

240 - DEC 30

Summer work in the U.S.

 

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