FE pod ep 0190 – The impact of COVID-19 on ELT and proficiency exams

In this episode I talk about the impact of COVID-19 on ELT and proficiency exams. I basically discuss the different ways people and governments are responding to the spread of the virus and I also share some of the things I am going through in my own experience.

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FE pod ep 0189 – The difference between ‘take’ and ‘last’

In this episode I talk about the difference between ‘take’ and ‘last’. I start by briefly going through some examples of how we can use these words. Then, I discuss some of the aspects that we can see in their meanings.

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FE pod ep 0188 – Developing your fluency – first steps

In this episode I talk about fluency. I start by giving a brief outline of three other episodes on which I discussed fluency. Then, I give 4 tips on how to start developing your fluency in a foreign language and make some comments, giving examples.

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FE pod ep 0187 – 3 Uruguayan cities

In this episode I talk about 3 Uruguayan cities that I visited recently. I briefly talk about the places I visited and discuss some of my impressions on the people and the dynamic of the cities.

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FE pod ep 0186 – Summary of the last 15 episodes and 2019 wrap-up

In this episode I give a brief summary of the last 15 episodes. I read their titles one by one and make some comments about the contents covered in each episode. This episode is a guide to the last 15 episodes.

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FE pod ep 0185 – How to use ‘be supposed to’

In this episode I talk about another structure that can be used to express modality. I start by giving a brief overview or the structure ‘be supposed to’ and how to pronounce it and then I go on to talk about how it is used in English to express modality.

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FE pod ep 0184 – Other structures used to express modal meanings

In this episode I talk about other structures that are used to express modal meanings. I start by mentioning the topics of the previous episodes about modal verbs and then I go on to talk about other structures like “manage to”, “used to” and “be going to” and how they are used in English to express modality.

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FE pod ep 0183 – Modal verbs used to express deduction and possibility

In this episode I talk about modal verbs that are used to express deduction and possibility. I start by giving a brief overview of which modals can be used in this case and then I go through a few examples of how we can use them in deductions and when we want to express possibility. I also go over some structures that can be used with these modals.

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FE pod ep 0182 – Modal Verbs used in requests

In this episode I talk about modal verbs that are used in requests. I start by giving a brief overview of which modals can be used in this case and then I go through a few examples of how we can use them in requests.

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FE pod ep 0181 – Modal Verbs used to express obligation and prohibition

In this episode I talk about modal verbs that are used to express obligation and prohibition. I start by giving a brief overview of which modals can be used in this case and then I go through a few examples of how we can use them to express obligation and prohibition.

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