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LET'S TRY ENGLISH!
Página de recursos para el aprendizaje del inglés como lengua extranjera o segunda lengua

 
We will try to speak plain English here. 
English without nationality.

TOTAL SPEAKERS IN THE WORLD: 

508 million - 1.8 billion

• FIRST LANGUAGE: 309 -400 million

• SECOND LANGUAGE: 199 million – 1.4 billion

English is the official language in

53 countries
United Nations
European Union
Commonwealth of Nations
C o E
NATO
NAFTA
OAS
OIC
PIF
UKUSA

 
FOR THOSE WHO WANT TO LEARN ENGLISH...
Hi!

This is my new page, dedicated to those who would like to learn English or improve it. It is very new very, just born, but I would like to feed it very well so the "baby” grows big.

In the right side, I have made a menu where you, the visitor, can go to the different sections that might help you with the learning process.

Please, be a little bit patient because I would like to offer you good resources.

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PARA QUIENES QUIERAN APRENDER INGLÉS...
¡Hola!

Esta es mi página nueva, destinada a aquellos que quieran aprender inglés o mejorarlo. Es una página muy nueva, recién nacida, pero me gustaría alimentarla bien de forma que el "bebé” crezca hermosote.

En el lado derecho he creado un menú (casero) donde el tú, el visitante, puedes ir a las diferentes secciones que podrían ayudarte en tu aprendizaje.

Por favor, ten paciencia porque llevará tiempo reunir el material de calidad que quisiera ofrecerte.

 
 

LANGUAGE SKILLS
Mastering the grammar and the vocabulary are two important skills for learning any language, but what do we need for a complete communication?

When we learn a language, there are four skills that we need for complete communication. When we learn our native language, we usually learn to listen first, then to speak, then to read, and finally to write. These are called the four "language skills":   

Skill 1: Listening

Skill 2: Speaking

Skill 3:  Reading

Skill 4: Writing   

The four language skills are related to each other in two ways:

•the direction of communication (in or out)

•the method of communication (spoken or written)

Input is sometimes called "reception" and output is sometimes called "production". Spoken is also known as "oral".
We can go further in the right menu.

 

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Maria Olga Lavado Pérez. e-mail olgalavado@hotmail.com

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