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You are in Vienna and need a taxi?

It’s very simple. If you need an impeccable service – punctual, safe, fast, and above all, pet-friendly, you don’t need to search any further. Especially if you need a transfer service to and from the airport in Vienna.

Total Taxi, mind map

Total Taxi, mind map

The cab drivers are also superb. Always polite and friendly, helpful and pleasant, experienced and well-mannered, wearing suits. Some of them speak German, some English, Italian or Spanish. The result is – happy and satisfied clients!

The fleet of luxury E-class Mercedes taxis speaks for itself. If you like a pleasant ride in a new, high-quality and always clean limousine, your choice must be Total Taxi!

The prices are fixed and determined mostly in advance. One of the advantages is that there aren’t any hidden additional charges. The other advantage is that you can pay by credit card, voucher or in cash. The start is €25.


And finally, you can contact Total Taxi by phone, via email, Skype, Viber, or a Total Taxi Android App.

Enjoy your ride in Vienna!

Mind Map: MAKE or DO?

When I was a student of the English language and literature I found it very confusing and difficult to learn (usually by heart) the use of the two verbs: MAKE or DO. We were given lists and handouts and were expected to learn everything… So, was it boring?  – – – The answer is: YES!!!!!

Mind Map: Do or Make

Mind Map: Do or Make

In recent years, I’ve been trying to make it simpler or (I hope) a bit more interesting and eye-catching both for my students and me. Does our brain like lists without pictures? The answer is: —– NO!!! In the vocabulary mind map above you can enjoy yourselves looking at the drawings and your brain will memorize more quickly and more eagerly the use of the two verbs. Continue reading

Mind Map: Prepositions of time (at/ on/ in)

Prepositions of time (at/in/on) can be confusing for English learners. To find out the differences, read the post:

 

We use: AT for the time of the day:
• At five o’clock
• At 11.45
• At midnight
• At lunchtime
• At sunset

We use: ON for days and dates
• On Friday/ on Fridays
• On 16 May 2013
• On Christmas Day
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Mind Map: the Present Simple Tense

The first idea that came to my mind when I was developing the map was to draw a really eye-catching symbol in the central position so that it can easily be associated  with the tense given. Why Superman? The initial S is a really distinctive feature of the Present Simple Tense, since it is added to the verb used with the third person singular. In particular, English-learners will often forget to add –s when they use the Present Simple. The central drawing is here to remind the visual types of learners not to forget the most specific fact concerning the grammatical form.

Mind Map for the Present Simple Tense

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Mind Map: the Present Perfect Tense

Have you ever ridden a horse? Have you ever seen a chinchilla? Have you ever eaten caviar?

And, most importantly: Have you ever been confused about the Present Perfect Tense? If you have, now is the perfect moment to clear things up!

Before we start, pay attention to C4040-121 the tense used above – the Present Perfect itself!

Now, have a look at the enthusiastic scientist who is working hard in his laboratory. What do you think he is doing? Well, a very important thing, obviously. He is making things easier for you, mixing two ingredients – the present tense and the past tense, forming a completely new blend – the PRESENT PERFECT TENSE! Try to memorize the picture, since it is actually the basis of the Present Perfect, which represents a mixture of the past and the present… And not only that.

Present Perfect Mind Map

Present Perfect Mind Map


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Mind Map: Welcome to the world of articles!

Mind map for articles in English       Don’t get discouraged when you see the panic-stricken face of the man with the question mark in the mind map! He is terrified at the thought of not knowing which article to use with the apple he is looking at. The bad news is: there are many rules! The good news is: you can print the mind map and stick it on your wall so that you can adopt the rules little by little! Anyway, let’s get introduced to the articles!  Continue reading