Who and Whom: what’s the difference?
Everyone is used to the word who, but every now and then fluent English speakers throw the word whom around, and some people instantly get one of those question mark faces. To make your life easier, we’ve decided to explain in a simple, easy way the di…
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It’s time to rock & roll again! BRASAS JAM SESSION IS COMING!
It’s a recent tradition, but, every year, the BRASAS family gets together to have some fun, play some music and sing along to our favorite songs in English. Teachers, directors, coordinators, secretaries and, of course, students, all get together at th…
DO YOU KNOW WHAT ‘TAILGATING’ MEANS?
Tailgate parties – which originated in the United States -, are pre-game events that are held on and around the tailgate of a vehicle. They take place in the parking lots of stadiums and arenas, where people get together to socialize before important matches.
BRING OR TAKE? Which one do I use
One of the most frequent questions asked by English students is: “How do I know which one I should use? Don’t they mean the same thing?”. The answer is no, they don’t. In this video, we’ll give you examples that will show the difference between…