Mi sono recato qui per la prima volta 4 anni fa, tramite un’agenzia italiana e, devo dire la verità, un po’ preoccupato perchè sollecitato a partire da solo dai miei genitori. Comunque, una volta partito ed arrivato qui, ho imparato ad innamorami di questo luogo e, il clima, tanto odiato, mi ha risparmiato nelle prime due settimane di permanenza (che risalgono all’anno 2014).
ELH is a college situated in town near Brighton ,a well-known city on the south coast of the United Kingdom. I went there for the first time 4 years ago with an Italian Agency and, to tell the truth, I was a little worried because it was my first time away from home without my parents. However, once there I fell in love with the place and the weather and happily stayed for 2 weeks (which was back in 2014).I really wanted to stay and extra week but unfortunatly returned home after two.
Once upon a time if you mentioned South Africa, everyone in Europe shuddered and shook their head and were slightly cautious. To most Europeans, going to South Africa was akin to a walk on the wild side! But somewhere along the line, South Africa, and more particularly Cape Town, “ GOT COOL!” As a Language
Recently I was asked to teach an octogenarian English. Don’t be surprised, he is actually 86 and still working. I know, life for us as we get older is looking promising! Mr Nozair hails from Cairo and has an extremely buoyant business exporting Lemons and Grapefruits to all parts of the World and this, dear Readers, is why he wants to improve his English
As English homestay accommodation manager is that I get to also meet and greet some of the many European coaches that arrive. No day is ever the same and never a dull moment. On arrival you get to see which international student is the princess of the group and which one is going to be a challenge! With each English school group there’s always the young loved up couple to spot..
At English Language Homestays we want to make learning English fun and relevant for young people.
Today was an interesting day in my class, the subject was Festivals and my 13 and 14 year old Czech students described in great detail some great festivals that took place in their area
It was a perfect day to visit the park: a sunny Sunday, without any clouds. After an hour and a half of driving in the “bakkie” (that is what South Africans would call a sports utility vehicle!) with my whole host family, we finally arrived. It was a very exotic place for me – no urban environment, only mountains, vegetation and sea on the horizon.
For those students who want to experience life in another “English speaking” country; whilst also attending High School then look no further! Our South African English Language Centre based around the beautiful coastal town of Cape Town is waiting, just for you!
What can you say to be a native “English Slang” speaker? Oh and what does “ slang” mean…. Here is one explanation.. Slang consists of a lexicon of non-standard words and phrases in a given language. Use of these words and phrases is typically associated with the subversion of a standard variety (such as Standard English) and is likely to be interpreted by listeners as implying particular attitudes on the part of the speaker.