Hello and welcome to No More Spanglish!

Do you work in an industry that requires you to use English?  Do you need to improve your English?  Do you work in the  Communications or Marketing sectors?  If the answer is ‘yes’, then you have come to the right place.  Contained in the following posts will be:

  1. Redaction Tips(consejos).  A series of correction pages with the most common errors that appeared over the last several years in various documents I have corrected.  Documents that include best-practice case studies, Media landscape surveys, campaign strategy plans and new business pitch presentations among others.
  2. Clear explanations of Confusing Words.  For example, to do vs to make, usually vs used to, during vs for, like vs as and many, many more.
  3. Simple, but effective, techniques you can use when Talking to a Native English Speaker to help you control the speed of a conversation and confirm information heard in those difficult meetings, presentations or phone calls.
  4. Exercises to practice and revise various aspects of grammar.

And much, much more for FREE!


About No More Spanglish

I have been an English teacher for over eight years in Madrid. Most of that time has been spent teaching, correcting and translating in the Media sector. My mission, and that of this blog, is to improve your level of English by eliminating one common/repeated error at a time. For further details - check me out on LinkedIn or email me directly at nomorespanglish@hotmail.com

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