Why not? 😀
I think our heading picture is a good graphic explanation, but let’s go bit by bit!
The oyster shell.- Many are the references to the word “Oyster” in the UK and in English language on the whole.
If you have ever been to London you may have seen this card:
Its name is thought to have been chosen due to the expression “The world is your oyster”, have you ever heard it? This phrase was coined by William Shakespeare and first appears in his play “The Merry Wives Of Windsor”.
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Welcome everybody! In Euroschool we had been thinking for a while how we could share with you our passion for English language. Some weeks ago we came up with the idea of having a blog-like area on our website where you could get to know English culture better, find out curious facts and idioms and, of course, improve your English skills!
Red Lobster is a piece of Euroschool’s heart getting to you on a weekly basis. The posts will be divided in the following categories:
- Miscellanea: Videos, funny comics, jokes, games and much more!
- The teacher’s corner: A space where we will help you to resolve all your doubts!
Confusing grammar: Sometimes grammar can be tricky but in this area we will clarify it through pictures, examples, diagrams…. Everything will be much easier!
Writing folder: That moment when a blank page terrifies you… What is the layout? What are content points? How do I write an essay? Well, Euroschool to the rescue!
Kiddies: And last but not least in the teacher’s corner, our kiddies! We couldn’t forget about them! Songs, tales, numbers, colouring pages, they’ll love it!
- English culture: Thanksgiving, Boxing Day…. And what’s all that “Saint Patrick” thing about? Wait and see my friends…. 😀
- It happened in Euroschool: And, of course, the breaking news area! Mock exams, results, birthdays, funny/interesting anecdotes…
In a week our first post will be here and the first category is……
You’ll read me again soon but, in the meantime, have you ever seen London in winter? Click below and find out! 😉
London in Winter