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A book I’ve read

15 October, 2011

The book I’ve talked about is “miLLoringlix. nanolliçons d’anglés per a supervivents”, by Carles Roca-Font and Salvador Macip, published by Bromera in 2011. It has 162 pages. It’s based on the method of the blog miLLoringlix (www.milloringlix.org)

I’ve found this book easy and funny, and also it has taught me many things I didn’t know. Perhaps it may be something simple for people with higher level than me, but I think it’s worth a look.

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. Elena permalink
    16 October, 2011 21:34

    Hi Fernando!
    Thank you very much for the title of the book. My husband is very interested in buying it, he heard your voice recording and he looked for it at the Internet.
    We both think that you have a very good English level (and specially me, because I’m your classmate!). I realise everyday of that, so I encourage you to keep on learning English and don’t be shy to speak to us in class, we all have lot of thinks to learn!
    I hope you spent a great saturday on the mountain. From where until where was your travel? I tried to explain it to Jose (my husband) but I didn’t remember it exactly.
    See you and all group on Tuesday. Have a nice monday!

  2. Mado permalink
    17 October, 2011 14:07

    Hello everybody!
    Even though today is Monday I’m in a good mood! The weather is great!
    I’ve got a proverb to encourage us:
    When there’s a will, there’s a way. (Querer es poder)
    I wish you a happy week. See you tomorrow.
    LOL

  3. 18 October, 2011 19:14

    Thanks mate!
    I’m very glad you enjoyed the book!

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