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English lessons for free: Easter Bunny & Eggs Competition

Congratulations to the lucky winner of last month's February Valentine's Day competition, Elena Sacramento from Spain. She will be coming to London in 2013 to claim her 'English lessons for free' prize . But, now you have another chance to win in this month's competition! Spring is in the air, which means the Easter holidays are on the way very soooooon! In the UK, when we think about Easter, chocolate Easter eggs and the Easter bunny spring to mind. Our March competition to win a week of English lessons in London is all about the Easter infographic below.  

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English Lessons For Free Competition

  IMPORTANT: Remember to leave your contact details in Q3. If you are the winner, we need to get in touch with you. Good luck. :)

Terms and Conditions: The boring official bit

  • The competition ends at midnight on Tuesday, 2nd April, 2013 ; The draw for the winner will be made in the first week of April, 2013.
  • Only entries with name, email address and country of residence will be considered;
  • The winner will be notified by email by SGI within 14 days of the closing date;
  • The winner’s name will feature on the website on the corresponding competition page;
  • The winning prize must be taken and completed by 1st September, 2013 at SGI London. The course is not transferable to another date or another individual;
  • Entrants must be at least 16 years of age and proof of age will be required before the prize is dispatched;
  • There is no cash alternative to the prize;
  • No responsibility can be accepted for entries which are not properly received due to communication systems beyond our control;
  • The winning prize is "A week of Free English Lessons". This covers the cost of a one-week intensive Standard, general English group course at SGI London. The prize does not include flights, accommodation or airport transfers.

 

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