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Ways of wishing someone “Good Luck”

For those of you who are going to face the Cambridge First Certificate or the Advanced one this coming Saturday, here are some expressions we would like to say to you:

Good luck

This expression is used for telling someone that you wish him/her success.

Break a leg

This expression is used for wishing someone good luck.

(The) best of luck

This is used for wishing someone good luck in something he/she is trying to do.


We wish you much success and of course all the best of luck!


Mother’s Day is not on the same date in all countries



Last Sunday was Mother’s Day in Spain. While all my Spanish friends were paying their respect to their wives, mothers and grandmothers, I did absolutely nothing for or with my mother. It wasn’t because I was rude or disrespectful, but because my Mother’s Day isn’t until next Sunday the 10th!


If you’ve got friends from outside Spain, you may see them post wishes on their twitter, Facebook or Instagram now. In fact, here is a list of countries that celebrate it on the second Sunday of every May:


Anguilla, Aruba, Australia, Austria, Bahamas, Bangladesh, Barbados, Belgium, Belize, Bermuda, Bonaire, Brazil, Brunei, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Croatia, Cuba, Curaçao, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Ecuador, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Ghana, Greece, Grenada, Honduras, Hong Kong, Iceland, India, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Latvia, Malta, Malaysia, Myanmar, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Pakistan, Peru, Philippines, Puerto Rico, Singapore, Slovakia, South Africa, St. Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Suriname, Switzerland, Taiwan, Trinidad and Tobago, Turkey, Ukraine, Uruguay, Venezuela, and Zimbabwe.


Not all the countries are listed above, some celebrate it in other months of the year, if you want to find out more, you may visit Wikipedia:


Needless to say, regardless of when Mother’s Day falls on, you should love and treasure your family everyday!


Here’s a beautiful poem for all the mothers in the world.

poems for mom






FATHER’S DAY – AT/ON/IN Prepositions of time.


This photo from:

On March 19th it’s going to be Father’s Day in Spain (Portugal, Andorra, Belgium, Mozambique, Bolivia, Honduras, Croatia, Italy and Liechtenstein). But this date is not the same around the world!

Apparently in India and Denmark (among others) it’s celebrated in June, in Russia it’s in February, in Australia in September and so on…

Anyhow, no matter at what time of the year it’s celebrated: HAPPY FATHER’S DAY to all those dads in the planet who love their sons, daughters and families!

Here’s some history:

And here’s a graphic for the use of prepositions AT-ON-IN:


Cheer up and Happy Moonday!

¡Ánimo y Feliz Lunes!

La expresión “Cheer up” se usa cuando queremos animar a alguien.

Cheer up and Happy Moonday!

We use the expression “Cheer up” when we want to encourage somebody.

Aloha Friday!


¡Ya es Viernes!
¡Espero que disfrutéis el fin de semana!

It’s Friday!
I hope you’ll enjoy the weekend!

Philosophy of life


Filosofía de vida
Vive y trabaja, pero no te olvides de jugar para divertirte en tu vida y disfrutarla de verdad.

Philosophy of life
Live & Work but don’t forget to play to have fun in life & really enjoy it.