There are still places available! Hey there! Do you happen to know anyone who needs to improve their English?
If so, let them know that there are still places available for this school year! Groups of 2-4 people meet one hour a week to practice speaking about a great variety of topics, gaining confidence and experience. Check the calendar below to see when there are free places.
New students are welcome to try one class for free! Thanks for spreading the word.
For original version, you're goal is to be on a hunt for idiomatic expressions. Watch something in original version (on Netflix, Learn English Through Movies, Ororo) and try to hunt out some idiomatic expressions.
Reading: Learners can try a Breaking News English article about a daredevil adventurer, or a brochure and reading comprehension activity about adventure travel.
For original version, I suggest selecting some articles to read from longform about Adventure, such as these.
Writing: This week for writing, I'd like you to write a story based on one of the expeditions we discussed in class: to the artic, South Pole, the moon, Mount Everest. Or maybe you'd like to think about possible future expeditions and write a story about that.
For original version, take a look at some of the articles over at longform.org related to music.
Writing: Go ahead and try your hand at responding to one of the following prompts:
1. What is the most beautiful piece of music you've ever listened to? Talk about how each part of the song made you feel and why it has stuck with you. Also, relate a story in which you share it with someone else and try to prove to them how great it is.
2. Write a story about a character (or draw from personal experience) in which the character creates some amazing. This can be with any instrument (including a vocal one). What kind of song is it and how does the character feel about making it?3. Describe your best concert experience of all time. What was the band, who did you go with, and why has it stuck with you as being so fantastic? Go into extreme detail and feel free to make use of band lyrics. 4. Most people have a genre of music that just does not appeal to them. What is yours and why? Create a dialogue between two characters: one who loves that genre and one (like you) who hates it. 5. You have the esteemed pleasure of watching your son, daughter, niece, or nephew at his or her very first band concert. Talk about how it went, how cute it was seeing little kids do music, and how off-key they were :).