Confusing Words: Classical vs Classic, Historic vs Historical and Economic vs Economical

These past few weeks I’ve been teaching like crazy and the next two weeks, gosh, it’s going to be hectic. Working in the mornings as an adult EFL teacher and then, teacher training in the afternoons/evenings + the weekend. Hey, I’m not complaining! I love my job! The only problem is that I don’t have time to post as regularly as I would like to. So, please excuse me for this late post this week.

Besides, there are weeks that go by where I feel like all of my ideas are not worth posting. Other weeks, I feel like I have hit a groove and everything I do is really effective and I just feel great. Problem is, as I said above, I need to find the time to write it down.

Anyway, this means I have a bunch of posts I want to write. This first one is not super creative but it’s really effective.

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