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This course is only €15 until the end of October!
Click Brush Up Your English! to go to the course!

Brush up your grammar!

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Photo credit - Dreamstime

Photo credit – Dreamstime

I’m really excited to announce my new teaching platform. It’s called MCP English and Skills Academy and the first course, English – Brush Up Your Grammar has just gone live!

The course contains five lessons focusing on articles, five main verb forms, time and place prepositions and, of course, punctuation. It also has full audio support, so you can listen as you learn and get that pronunciation right!

Many other courses are in the pipeline, but in the meantime Brush Up Your Grammar!

Are We on the Brink of Utopia?

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clouds.jpgPerhaps the time when we can take a moment and look up is closer than we think. Even though there is much evil going on in the world, are we in the First World finally moving towards a point where our lives will not be filled to overflowing with work, but we will be able to have more free time than we ever dreamed of – time to ponder greater questions? READ MORE

My books on Amazon Kindle!

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Instructions-kindle-coverEmails-kindle-coverThese books are now available exclusively on Amazon Kindle! Click on the pics to see previews.

NOTE: You don’t need a Kindle to read Kindle books, you can use free apps instead.

Railway Locomotive Engine Parts

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Locomotive or engine? They are both shortened versions of the original ‘locomotive engine’, which distinguished them from static steam engines (as found in factories etc). It’s all to do with American versus British English. As a Brit, I prefer ‘engine’.

I love railway trains of all types, but steam still keeps a romance all of its own. I took the video above on a chance visit to the South Devon Railway and had only a small hand-held camcorder at hand, but I did my best. However, much as I love steam, I realised that I didn’t know what all the component parts of an engine were called. So, please click HERE to go to a fine diagram and some basic terminology with explanations. I welcome any comments from steam enthusiasts, especially if you find any errors.

Get your English web pages checked!

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Low prices continue for 2015!

Get your English language web-pages and documents checked – and look good out there!

Proofreading for English is still only £25 (€30) per thousand words of original text!

Happy New Year to all my readers!

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This is a double celebration for me. Not only is it New Year’s Eve, but Malcolm’s English Pages just clocked up 30,000 hits!
Thank you to all my readers and a very Happy New Year to you all.

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