Gramática: other, another, others

This is another episode. There are 9 others. There are 9 other episodes.
another + single countable noun (Can I have another beer?)
other + plural countable nouns (There are other episodes)
There are 9 others (no noun)
Craig also does other work (other + uncountable noun) – He has other jobs

Vocabulary Corner:

December 24th – Christmas Eve
December 25th – Christmas Day
Boxing Day = el 26 de diciembre, día festivo en Gran Bretaña
January 1st – New Year’s Day
December 31st – New Year’s Eve
January 6th – The day of the (three) Kings, or “Epiphany”
wrapping paper = papel de envolver/papel de regalo
¡Feliz Navidad! – Happy Christmas! / Merry Christmas!
¡Feliz Navidad y Próspero Año Nuevo! – Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
¡Felices fiestas! – Season’s greetings! Happy holidays!
Salud! – Cheers! (“Slancha” in Ireland)

Phrasal verb: wrap up (not RAP!)

To wrap up presents (envolver, empaquetar). People wrap up presents at Christmas time.
To wrap up a deal (to complete, conclude a deal etc). This podcast wraps up the year.
Don’t get too wrapped up in work (absorbed, involved)
Wrap up warm, it’s cold outside (abrigarse). Wrap up well in the winter when it’s cold.


In English, we do not say each syllable with the same force or strength. In one word, we accentuate ONE syllable. We say one syllable very loudly (car, hotel, important) and all the other syllables very quietly.
For example: photograph, photographer and photographic.
Do they sound the same? How many syllables do they have? Where’s the stress in each word?
photograph (DA de de)
photographer (de DA de de)
photographic (de de DA de)


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