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Lessons are practical and skills-based , using everyday expressions and conversation contexts.
You will gain self-confidence quickly and we will give you the support and encouragement, drawing on years of teaching experience, to reach your full potential.
In our Full-Immersion programme the focus is on learning English through DOING, the way children acquire a language, by listening, observing, feeling and repeating. Ten people with very different English levels..he found a way how to animate his classes so that all students participate and it was very interactive.
You might be learning how to open a bank account or making a real-life telephone call in English, cooking a Maltese or Gozitan dish, trekking in the countryside and learning about herbs and wild vegetables, visiting hidden Malta and Gozo, seeing sights visitors don’t get to see, or just lying in the sun on an Island in the middle of the Mediterranean where English is an official language. v=Za R9WWMqi B0&index=1&list=UUL1t Kj J2P9c Sex2NKe Jar Gw I met Warren during a language stay of three months in Malta. I had not planned it but I decided to continue to take courses with him and he was my teacher during all my stay.
Learn English in the sun, here in Gozo right bang in the centre of the Mediterranean.
Discover Malta and Gozo while practicing your speaking skills everyday; in shops, supermarkets, banks, museums, bars or at the beach depending on your hobbies and interests. Learn English fast, in a relaxed and fun way and in your own time.
A fine piece of literary anthropology.” —Amazon “Erica Abeel’s “Wild Girls” follows Brett, Audrey, and Julia, friends who meet at Foxleigh — an amalgam of Barnard and Smith — as they negotiate the changing landscape of a woman’s place in America from the 1950s through the early 2000s. Abeel, a master of the sardonic voice, sets a scene in which coeds are clustered in a “dorm’s common room for a bull session on the meaning of life. [Brett’s] little band would not fall into line so fast, oh no; they’d flex their talent in some gleaming, if amorphous future almost certainly involving the arts.” Of course, in the world of fiction, anyone who sets out with such good intentions is bound to veer off course. Audrey, an aspiring author who’s just sold her first book, comes to the conclusion that “Men . That’s why there were no female Einsteins, Audrey thought irritably; women wasted their best years trying to decode male language. and pay my way by living in books.” While not the most stirring proclamation, it’s a raw and true admission.
We are now alternating conversation classes with Business English exercises such as e-mailing to consolidate his writing skills.
Mathias is the most dedicated student of English as a Foreign Language I have ever met.
Despite a self-professed learning block when it comes to languages, Mathias is determined to master the English Language.
I have been teaching Mathias privately for over a year now, both here in Malta and online via Skype.
Mathias and his family also availed themselves of a two-week, full-immersion experience this year in February, on Malta.