Charlie gives tips on how to write formal emails in a formal email!
Bren uncovers the secret to learning English…...what could it be?
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The long road that Roger took before he became an English teacher
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Listen and watch as Barney talks about his area of town, interviews a neighbour and shows us something unexpected about both the area and himself.
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In the English lessons during the summer at SGI, I noticed that students from all levels and all different nationalities had difficulties using say and tell correctly. Here’s a quick run through of some of the rules to help you. There are also a few questions at the end to test yourself!
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If you thought Standard English was difficult, you might like to try your hand at the latest London English dialect, ‘Jafaican’, or to give it its more academic sounding title, Multicultural London English ( MLE). This dialect is now quite embedded and widespread in Inner London, mostly among young people. It has been strongly influenced by Jamaican but with undertones of West African and Indian thrown in.. It is often called ‘Jafaican’ meaning ‘fake Jamaican’, suggesting that it is largely spoken by white kids trying to be cool.
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Learn English when you are travelling: Describing things – a simple and enjoyable mental challenge It’s difficult to find time for studying English everyday. We all know that. But every little bit that you do will help.
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University Foundation courses have become increasingly popular in recent years as a way for overseas students to gain admission to British Universities. Either 6 or 9 months and a mix of English language study and subject study, Foundation courses at British-Council accredited language schools have grown enormously in popularity over recent years. There are a number of good reasons for this……
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General English Combo 10 With my first teacher, in the morning group classes, there was good methodology, you really feel as a student that he likes his job and this gives you the desire to improve. My 1-1 teacher really helped me to understand a lot about American and British civilisation.
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One way of getting familiar with the rhythm of English is by reading, and perhaps more importantly, reciting poetry. You might even be able to quote extracts and impress all those around you! Don't worry if you don't understand all the words. Feeling is more important than meaning here. This will make you more comfortable with the rhythm of English, where words don't carry equal stress. It's a way into English culture and will give you a better understanding of language at its best. You can make yourself a folder with 'My favourite poems' and practise reading them aloud in your free time!
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Everybody needs more time these days, don’t they? So, wouldn’t it be great to hear about a method that helps you learn English in just 5 minutes? That would save a lot of time and hassle, wouldn’t it? Well, of course we all know that it isn’t really possible. However, I’ve got a tip that only takes about 5 minutes every day and will give a boost to your English vocabulary and grammar.