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Conozca mis libros

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En primer lugar, llevo muchos años escribiendo libros de inglés como segundo idioma para alumnos extranjeros. Mi libro The First Twelve Lessons and Beyond publicado en 1979 fue especialmente relevante ya que fue el primero de ellos. Como consecuencia de su éxito, seguí escribiendo y acabé editando finalmente más de 100 libros. Estos tratan, sobre todo, la vinculación entre la gramática española e inglesa.

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EVERY MOMENT COUNTS

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Por más que muchos de los siguientes títulos estén disponibles en las grandes librerías, también se podrán encontrar en Amazon

Sin embargo, si no pudiera encontrar algún título en particular, por suerte casi todos ahora están digitalizados. Con todo, no dude en contactar con nosotros si tiene dificultades para adquirir uno en particular. Probablemente, se lo podremos suministrar.

La mayoría de los siguientes títulos están ya digitalizados aunque hayan sido ligeramente modificados en el proceso. Por  lo general, estarán visibles en formato pdf y ePub.

En conclusión, todas estas obras estarán pronto disponibles de forma responsiva y por lo tanto aptos para Kindle. Tener en cuenta que también podrán leerse en ordenadores portátiles y teléfonos móviles.

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Mis últimos libros

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Aquí puedes ver mis últimos libros escritos, que están disponibles en Amazon

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TO BE or BEING

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Si estas en un pub Londinense y le dices al camarero “I would like having a pint of Guinness”, te va a entender perfectamente. Ahora bien, puede pensar “Que mal habla este tio”. Con este libro aprende que verbos van con TO y cuales van con ING y entonces dirás bien “I would like TO HAVE…”

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Active Voice to Passive Voice

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Podemos decir The bullfighter KILLED the bull. Eso es Voz Activa. Pero los ingleses prefieren decir The bull WAS KILLED BY bullfighter. Eso es Voz Pasiva. Ahora bien, por qué no decir que The bullfighter WAS KILLED BY the bull. Es que a veces The bull wins! Ole! Aprende a diferenciar bien entre la voz Activa y la voz Pasiva en este divertido libro.

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Phrasal Verbs

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Los nativos-parlantes apenas pueden decir una frase sin que contenga uno de los malditos phrasal verbs.

KEEP MUM no es guardar a tu madre! sino HACER MUTIS POR EL FORO.

En este libro veras los 100 más importantes. ¡Jo! claro… cuando los ingleses inventaron el inglés no lo consultaron con los españoles.

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Comparatives and Superlatives

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Si dices en un restaurante “It was the baddest meal I’ve ever had”, está mal dicho. ¡Debes decir WORST! Este libro clarificara tus dudas sobre comparativos y superlativos. ¡Pero tranquilo! Todos cometemos errores. Ahora bien, ¿por qué has de cometer el mismo error cuando hay tantos otros que puedes cometer?

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The Present Perfect & Friends

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Un error muy común que cometen los hispanoparlantes cuando hablan inglés es “I have seen a good film last night”. Claro que tu interlocutor inglés te va a entender bien pero deberías haber dicho “I saw…” para que la frase quedara perfecta. En este libro verás en qué situaciones debes usar el Present Perfect y en cuales no !

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Reported Speech

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INTREPID REPORTER REPORTS ON REPORTED SPEECH. ¡Vaya trabalenguas! ¿A qué no lo puedes decir tres veces sin tropezar? Pero, donde no vas a tropezar es en saber utilizar –¡por fin! – la Voz Indirecta (Reported Speech) en inglés. Con el libro Reported Speech, el intrépido profesor Tom Red te enseñará  como desenvolverte con el Estilo Indirecto en inglés de una vez por todas.

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Confusing World of Used

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“Pablo solía hablar castellano cada día pero se fue a Londres a vivir. Suele hablar inglés en el trabajo. Al principio no estaba acostumbrado a hablar el inglés pero pronto se acostumbró a hablarlo. Ahora usa el inglés más que el castellano.” Ufff!! Serías capaz de hacer esto en Inglés con, get used tobe used toused tousually y use (verbo). Este libro te irá de perlas para desenvolverte en el confuso mundo de USED.

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Position of Adjectives

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La posición del los adjetivos en inglés suele ser lo contrario del castellano. Si dices a un inglés “He is a man tall with a face friendly”, no te extraña que te diga que solo te falta la pluma. Evita la traducción directa! Recuerda que cuando los ingleses inventaron inglés no consultaron con los españoles. Ok, ok, tampoco al revés! Sorreee! Pero ponte las pilas con este buen libro.

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British vs American English

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Si estás en unas grandes almacenes en New York y preguntas dónde está the LIFT (asensor) no te van a entender ya que ellos dicen ELEVATOR.

Un autovía es DUAL-CARRIAGEWAY en GB pero es FREEWAY en EEUU.

Y así sucede con centenares de palabras. BRITISH Vs AMERICAN ENGLISH es un libro ideal para ti.

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FANBOYS

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Los ingleses aman su idioma, tanto que formaron un grupo de rock que canta las virtudes de su gramática. Si tienes problemas en usar las conjunciones inglesas, tranquilo. Los FANBOYS te pondrán las pilas rápido y nunca mas te equivocarás cuando has de usar For And Nor But OYet y So.

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The Past Simple vs The Past Continuous

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The Past Simple is easy peasy, right?
Regular verb Play/Played, Live/Lived. 
Irregular verb – Go/Went, Take/Took. 
When a quick action interrupts a long action we put
the long action into the Past Continuous:
WAS/WERE + -ING form of verb.
When he came, I WAS play ING the guitar.
Olé, you play great guitar!

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Zero Conditional

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The 3rd Conditional is really hard!
If HAD RAINED + WOULDn’t HAVE GONE –  Ufff!!
The 2nd is difficult! If RAINED +  WOULDn’t GO – mmm…
But the 1st is easy: If RAINS WILL GO – no problem
And the ZERO Conditional is easy peasy!!
If it RAINS DON’T GO.
Don’t worry, be happy ????

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The good news about the Future in English is that it doesn’t inflect like the present (go – goes) and past (go-went) and just puts WILL before the verb in all its cases (I-you-he-she-it-we-you-they WILL go). The not very good news is that English has many ways to express the future, for ex. I’m going, I’m going to go, I shall/will be going and more. You can practise all the variants in this entertaining book.

Can – could – may – might – must – shall – should - will and would. You probably know the theory for Modal Verb usage but can you use them orally without thinking? This book with its introductory mini-tutorial is ideal to prepare you for the 100 exercises that follow. Oh, and we haven’t forgotten the odd modals like ought, dare and need as well as had better and semi-modal have to.

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Adverbs tell us in what way someone carries out an action. We say they modify the verb (drive carefully). But adverbs can also modify other adverbs (very badly) or adjectives (exceptionally good).Not all words ending in -ly are adverbs; there are many exceptions. These include the irregular adverbs like good/BAD, fast/FAST. There is a mini-tutorial in this book before passing on to the exercises.

Question tags are formed with the ordinary auxiliary (he plays tennis, doesn’t he?) or modal auxiliary verb (he can’t play tennis, can he?) in a statement except when the main verb is BE (she’s French, isn’t she?). A positive statement is followed by a negative question tag (she’s French, isn’t she?).and a negative statement by a positive tag (she’s not French, is she?). Here you have 100 exercises to cover all possible variants.

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THERE TO BE is a strange verb. It means that something exists somewhere. You rarely say in its infinitive form but otherwise you never stop saying it, THERE is/isn’t, are/aren’t, were/weren’t, will be. There are … 100 great exercises in this book which teach you all the more complicated forms of THERE TO BE like There seem to be more people here tonight. (seem/have must agree with the subject):

The present perfect is a grammatical tense formed by the auxiliary verb have and the past participle of a main verb. Its main purpose is to express a past action which has present consequences (Chelsea have won the league twice this century). In this book we contrast it with the present simple tense (Chelsea won the league in 2003 and 2114). 100 exercises follow the mini-tutorial in this book.

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Relative pronouns are not fun but they can be a lot more fun than just relatives! But come on and meet my relatives anyhow. We have the twins who and whom as well as which and whose. That is the black sheep of the family, so common! And whomsoever is sooo formal, just a big snob! Oh, and you’ll also meet the first cousins what, when and where. Loads of exercises here!

If you like maths then the 3 conditionals are easy-peasy. They are virtually mathematical in construction, e.g. 1) If I like it I will do it (present + future tense), 2) If i liked it, I would do it (past tense + would) and 3) If i had liked it, I would have done it (had and past participle + would, have and past participle). Find lots of exercises here.

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There are different types of mixed conditional sentence. The most common one has a type 3 conditional in the If clause but the result is present and put into a type 2 clause: “If I had done the lotto I would be rich now”. You have a mini tutorial in this book and lots of examples before you start on the exercises.

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Mi pasión…

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Sabíais una cosa… llevo más de 100 libros escritos. Por tanto ya sabéis también mi pasión… He aquí algunos más:

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