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.
Justo Manuel is a true Colombian hero. He sells bananas downtown. He wakes up every morning at 1:30 a.m., makes breakfast, and starts his 2 hour walk to downtown from his home in Santo Domingo.
Just like in Spanish in English we do not always use 'hello' and 'hi' when greeting each other. If you learn various English greetings you will sound more natural, and will also express yourself more clearly and precisely. Let’s learn how to use some other simple formal and informal English greetings, as ...
It never seizes to amaze me how people around the world don't know about their own countries history. The Battle of Boyaca was a very important battle, and it is held as a national holiday in Colombia. I am proud to be Colombian and today I have hoisted the beautiful yellow, blue and red flag outside my apartment.
We joined forces with MedellinLiving.com and hosted a great conversation club cocktail party on Saturday, June 26. We had many native speakers. We practiced English and Spanish all night while enjoying discounts on drinks. Ojala los vea en el próximo evento del mejor Club de Conversación en Medellin.
If you are a native Spanish speaker conditionals in English can easily be translated, therefore, easy to understand. This lesson is intended for intermediate to advanced level English as a second language students.
Manuel Atanasio Girardot Díaz was a Colombian and Venezuelan revolutionary war hero. He was born here in Antioquia and we are very proud of him.
Thank you to all of who came to the Sushi Party. We raised money for a children's foundation, we ate exotic food, listened to live music, and we practiced our English & Spanish. We all had a great time and are looking forward to the next Medellin Buzz Conversation Club Event.
Eat as much sushi as you want, practice English/Spanish with native speakers.This event is FREE, but if you want to eat sushi you must pay $15,000. Este evento es GRATIS, pero si quiere comer sushi debe pagar $15,000.