Aula inglés

Blog de Aula inglés



video de Addie

¡Aprende inglés gratis: en esta lección hablaremos de “call back”!

Esta semana vamos a hablar de verbo compuesto “TO CALL SOMEONE BACK” y cómo usarlo correctamente.

Hello, this is English explained with Addie, I am Addie. I am here to explain you English grammar and pronunciations tips and answer any of your English curios and get you well on your way becoming fluent in English. This video is the fourth one in the series “A to Z of phrasal verbs” and it is about a phrasal verb to call back. I am going to give you a definition and a few examples, I hope it helps!

To call someone back – to return a phone call.

Examples:

1. I called the phone company back but it was too late, the office was closed for the evening.

2. Can you call me back when you get back home please?

3. -Hello?

-Hi, it´s Andrew.

-Hi, Andrew, I am sorry, I am very busy at the moment, can I call you back shortly?

-No problem.

4. -Have you heard from him since?

-No, I haven’t.

-Why don’t you call him back instead?

5. -The interview was last week but they have not called me back yet.

-No news is good news… (Meaning that if you haven’t heard anything, at least is not bad news, so you can still hope for good news)

Thank you for listening! I hope it will help you!

Vive tu mejor experiencia lingüística con Aula inglés. No dudes en ponerte en contacto sin compromiso con nuestro equipo de asesores en el 918281965 o 963111471 para pedirnos una cita o ampliar cualquier detalle. También puede comunicar con nosotros a través del Skype aula_ingles.

Hasta la próxima semana!

Leer entrada


Hoy te presentamos el nuevo video de nuestra profesora Addie. ¡No te lo pierdas!

¡Disfruta del nuevo video de nuestra profesora Addie! Esta semana vamos a hablar de verbo compuesto “TO CHECK SOMEONE/SOMETHING OUT” y cómo usarlo correctamente.

Hello, this is English explained with Addie, I am Addie. I am here to explain you English grammar and pronunciations tips and answer any of your English curios and get you well on your way becoming fluent in English. This video is the third one in the series “A to Z of phrasal verbs” and it is about a phrasal verb to check out. I am going to give you a definition and a few examples, I hope it helps!

This verb actually has two different meanings, I am going to explain to you the first one and then introduce you to the second one.

1. To check someone/something out – to look at carefully, investigate.

Examples:

1. I have heard that before you can work in Microsoft, the company checks out all new employees. (Meaning investigate)

2. – Mike told me that we don’t have to pay for the gym membership…

– I am not sure…will check it out and get back to you. (Meaning investigate)

2. To check someone/something out – to look at (informal).

Examples:

1. Check out that handbag in the shop window! (Meaning look at)

2. Check out the purple hair on that girl! (Meaning look at)

Thank you for listening! I hope it will help you!

Vive tu mejor experiencia lingüística con Aula inglés. No dudes en ponerte en contacto sin compromiso con nuestro equipo de asesores en el 918281965 o 963111471 para pedirnos una cita o ampliar cualquier detalle. También puede comunicar con nosotros a través del Skype aula_ingles.

Hasta la próxima semana!

Leer entrada