Make the hours count!

¡Hola a todos!

Did you check out this week’s quote? It’s on of my personal favourites….

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“Don’t count the hours, make the hours count”

We love people who have fun, who travel, who don’t hold back. Lovespeaking community is full of people like me and like you, who want to make the hours in our lives count.

¡Hay que saber disfrutar!

We are looking this week at talking about films and introducing you to a few key expressions and words.

Sabias que un fracaso es “a dud”?

What word do we use to describe a film that is the opposite of a dud?

a) a tomatoe

b) a hit

c) a wow

What was the latest “dud” that you watched? @lovespeaking, please!

If you are a fan of One Direction, check out tomorrow’s post!



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