English Culture

English Culture · 15. November 2019
A very good morning to you students. Would you like to come to the cinema, practice your English and makes some friends? This coming Tuesday (19-11-19) we will be going to see the film 'Ford v Ferrari' at MIV Cinema in Varese. (Film starts at 21:30.) The plan: - Confirm you want to go with sms to Mickey (by Sunday evening at latest) to make the reservations - Meet in bar for a drink at 20:00. (Place to be arranged when we know the numbers. Rule #1: English language only all n

English Culture · 19. August 2019
Today we take a look at English cultural practices and ask 'How can I find a girlfriend or boyfriend in Britain?' What English language phrases and chat-up lines can I use? What techniques should I employ? What are the dos and donts of dating?

English Culture · 18. August 2019
Today we take a look at English cultural practices and ask 'How can I find a girlfriend or boyfriend in Britain?' What English language phrases and chat-up lines can I use? What techniques should I employ? What are the dos and donts of dating?

English Culture · 17. August 2019
Today we take a look at English cultural practices and ask 'How can I find a girlfriend or boyfriend in Britain?' What English language phrases and chat-up lines can I use? What techniques should I employ? What are the dos and donts of dating?

English Culture · 21. July 2019
In this short lesson we help you understand about a very important aspect of British culture: the pub. What will you find? How do you order drinks? What are the typical drinks? What language do you need?

English Culture · 17. June 2019
Our latest ZakWashington video lesson. Zak takes the students to meet his Indian friend Mrs. Chopra in the local newsagent. Expect trouble! Contains lots of English language vocabulary and complementary exercises. Enjoy!

English Culture · 15. June 2019
Today's English language class and British culture lesson talks about the consequences of juvenile delinquency and crime. We find out what a 'Moral Panic' is. We will then look at the consequences and the conflict between the 'moralist majority' and the general public, on one hand, and the 'criminal youth' on the other. We answer the question: Who is worst?'