Posts tagged with "learn"



English Grammar · 01. June 2020
What is the difference between DO and MAKE in English? When do we use them? What do they mean? Read today's ZakWashington blog post to find out the answers....

English Vocabulary · 08. May 2020
What are the 40 most important SOCIAL ENGLISH phrases? How do you respond to them correctly?

English Grammar · 01. May 2020
What is the difference between TOO and ENOUGH in English? When do we use them? What do they mean? What is their position within a sentence? Read today's ZakWashington blog post to find out....

English Grammar · 26. March 2020
In this week's English language lesson we are studying COMPARATIVE SENTENCES. In particular we are going to look at the structure THE + COMPARATIVE + THE + COMPARTIVE / SUPERLATIVE.

19. March 2020
What is the passive voice in English? What is the difference between an active and a passive sentence? Today's English lesson answers these questions.

English Pronunciation · 03. February 2020
This week's English language lesson is a recap of some of the most basic elements of English pronunciation. If you could find a secret to 'good' English, what would it be? How can you improve your pronunication with little or no effort? Watch these video tutorials and learn.

English Vocabulary · 31. January 2020
In this week's English language lesson we are studying THE BODY and BODY MOVEMENTS. We will learn all the vocabulary for anatomy and body parts. After we will study how to describe movements. For fun, the brave students can learn using the Karma Sutra in English! And then put it all into practice with some practical LESSONS.... on the gym mat!!

28. January 2020
This is our next English Language Social Club event. Tuesday 11th February 2020. The location is a brand new bar in the centre of #Varese called Messer Vino (on the left of Pizzeria Zei). It will cost €15 per person for the 'apericena' which will consist of 3 glasses of wine and 5 'paninetti'. We will be there from about 19:00 onwards. As usual, the rule is #EnglishOnly - don't worry about your level - there will be people of every level. Feel free to invite your friends.

English Lessons · 21. January 2020
This is an English language TESOL classroom discussion about the pharmaceutical industry and drug approval. We will watch a video by American economist and free market advocate Milton Friedman who gives a critique of the role of the FDA. We will then discuss some of the points it raises. (Level C1)

English Pronunciation · 13. January 2020
This week's English language lesson is WHAT IS THE MOST IMPORTANT SOUND IN ENGLISH? and we also answer the question WHAT IS THE SECRET TO 'GOOD' ENGLISH PRONUNCIATION?

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