Owning a business in Medellin has helped me grow into the world in the most unexpected of ways, it’s tested my mettle and put a spit shine on my resolve and at this still not so late date in my life, the wonder of it all is showing no sign of letting up.
El Carnaval de Barranquilla is the best party I've been to in Colombia. Going to Carnaval in February has become a tradition for me and my friends. This is my experience at the Carnval de Barranquilla 2015.
We had over 70 people attend our Conversation Club. Thank you for coming! The Medellin Buzz Conversation Club Language Exchange is a good way to practice English and Spanish with native speakers. I hope to see you at the next one.
What are Coordinating Conjunctions? Most people do not know what they are. In this blog post Andrew goes over what coordinating conjunctions are and how they are used. Check it out.
Many of my students in Medellin have asked me what the difference is between lay and lie. Even native speakers from around the world do not know how to use lay and lie properly. In this quick lesson Andrew goes over the meaning and the use of lay and lie followed by a small quiz.
We collected a one million pesos in donations and we have been helping Justo Manuel better his business and his life. This is an update to his story.
Bruce Springsteen's song Everybody's Got a Hungry Heart is a great way to learn the word "get." Get is used to replace many verbs and its use can be confusing for English students in Medellin. Learn and have fun!
Mastering prepositions in English is not an easy task. Even native speakers have a hard time. In this quick lesson I go over the usage of the in, at, and on prepositions in relation to time.
This was my second time visiting Medellin, from the World Cup to the girls in Medellin, I love it all. I'm from Southern California and I totally love Medellin. This is a recount of my 3 months in Medellin in 2014.
The use of who and whom is becoming less and less important in spoken English, but in written English it is very important. Especially if you are preparing for an exam like the IELTS or TOEFL. In this lesson I go over the use of who and whom in a very easy to understand way.