Oct 2013

Why do we like this low level structure activity about numbers?

Structure: Numbers Level: Beginner Author: Daniel Hermosilla It is essential to have a grasp of numbers when learning a language. We need to have a knowledge of them when setting up a bank account, finding addresses, anything fiscal. Numbers longer than 3 digits can cause problems for all students of all levels but should be introduced early-on in the language learning process in a way…

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Jul 2013

Doing a TEFL course by videoconference: Worth it?

Upon beginning to research TEFL, you will see that there are a huge amount of courses out there, and it’s worth taking a look at every aspect of them to make sure that the certificate you will receive at the end of your hard work will be considered valid by employers. There is nothing worse than investing both your money and your time and energy…

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Jun 2013

Why do we like this structure activity about inversion?

Structure: Expressing emphasis using Inversion: Inverted conditional sentences without “if”: (Sentences beginning ‘Were…’, ‘Should…’, ‘Had…’). Level: Upper Intermediate – Advanced Author: Daniel Hermosilla Being able to express inverted conditional statements in English is a sign of an advanced level of linguistic competence as this structure is quite complex and less commonly used in daily communication. At a high level students need to be acquainted with…

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Feb 2013

Carnival Time!

httpv:// Carnival has to be Sitges’ WILDEST party. It is still the hottest party in town! On the most popular days you will find more than 300,000 PARTYGOERS dancing on the MAJOR streets across the town.


Oct 2012

Politicians saying sorry?!

httpv:// A spoof video where Nick Clegg appears to sing an apology about his party’s tuition fees u-turn is to be released as a single on iTunes!


May 2012

A Diamond Celebration

httpv:// On the 5th June this year the Queen will celebrate her Diamond Jubilee; 60 years as a REIGNING MONARCH.


Mar 2012

Friday Fun: The History of English #10

httpv:// The history of the English language series concludes with this final video that shows how English has now spread around the world and is spoken by over 1.5 billion people. It’s interesting to note that only 1/4 of these people are native English speakers. So there’s no reason to not learn English!

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