Language School seeks English Teachers – Must be Native Speaker! It is estimated that non-native English teachers make up 80% of the world’s English teachers. Most of them teach English in their home countries where English is not the native … Czytaj dalej
Meaning: Do something very rarely.
Here are 6 more English slang expressions to ‘lighten your lingo’ this week. Slang Expression 1: To pull (verb) ‘Pull’ is similar to the American term ‘hook-up’: it generally means to kiss, but it can also mean relations progress a lot further than … Czytaj dalej
Meaning: Enjoy the company of others very much.
In today’s Britit blog post we will be telling you about the exciting competition ‘Famelab’. We’ll also introduce you to the winner of the Polish Famelab finals who will be representing Poland in the global finals this June.
Hi everyone! It’s May, which means the football season is coming to an end. It’s an exciting time for fans, as lots of big matches are played and trophies are won. But how many of these expressions about the beautiful … Czytaj dalej
British Council in Poland are holding a Quality Teaching and Testing Conference on November 6 2016. With teachers in mind, we thought you might enjoy the results of a teaching survey undertaken by British Council where Professor Dumbledore was voted the UK’s … Czytaj dalej
Fancy a cuppa? This is a phrase you might hear on a building site, in an office, at home – pretty much anywhere. It might be one of the most commonly said phrases on any typical day in Britain. The … Czytaj dalej
Free event for university students: 19th September 2016 Are you a university student? Are you thinking of applying to study in the UK? Do you need to improve your English to ensure you achieve your career goals? If so, on … Czytaj dalej
A Popular Topic for BritIt Readers – HELP! What habits should English language learners adopt to help them meet their goals? Martin Sketchley, latest winner of the British Council’s Teaching English blog award, gives us his top five.