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15.04.2019
poniedziałek

How to Make lessons more topical

15 kwietnia 2019, poniedziałek,

Whether you are reading this blog as a language learner or a teacher we can all admit that textbooks are a dry and boring staple of most English courses. The course books, new and old alike, all run through the … Czytaj dalej

22.03.2019
piątek

5 Great Websites for Self-Study

22 marca 2019, piątek,

I have students that come to me for 1 to 1 lessons once a week either because their parents bring them to the lesson or they are middle-aged business people and their firm is paying for the lesson.  Sometimes after … Czytaj dalej

20.03.2019
środa

Idiom: in the loop

20 marca 2019, środa,

Meaning: to be kept updated about an ongoing issue and included in conversations about it.

20.02.2019
środa

Idiom: to be ‘scratching the surface’

20 lutego 2019, środa,

Meaning: To be just beginning to find out more about a particular subject.  To be only looking at something (initially) in a superficial way.

11.02.2019
poniedziałek

BREXIT SLANG

11 lutego 2019, poniedziałek,

A very contentious issue and a hot topic of late has been that of BREXIT.  It has only been a couple of years since the issue arose and the term itself was coined, but already a small glossary of terms … Czytaj dalej

8.02.2019
piątek

It’s not my rubbish

8 lutego 2019, piątek,

Imagine that you’ve gone over to your friend’s house for a visit. You go into the living room and notice that there are dirty clothes and old papers on the coffee table, a pile of peelings and dinner leftovers in … Czytaj dalej

6.02.2019
środa

Idiom: the gloves are off

6 lutego 2019, środa,

Meaning: to start arguing or working in a more determined manner because you feel directly confronted or insulted