Job hunting Part 2: “The First Five”

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March is here, spring is around the corner and you can feel summer aproaching, can’t you? In our last post Continue reading “Job hunting Part 2: “The First Five””

Let’s talk about job hunting…

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January is finally over! 😀 That was a long month, wasn’t it? Anyway, it’s given us the time to set our goals for 2020, right? Continue reading “Let’s talk about job hunting…”

Metric vs Imperial

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I hope you’re having a great end of February.

Today I want to talk to you about the units we measure our weight and height in the UK and the US, have you ever thought about it? Continue reading “Metric vs Imperial”

It’s story time

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Today we’ve got a very special post prepared for you. But first, let’s check the answers to the exercise in our last one, shall we? Continue reading “It’s story time”

A Coruña: The City where Nobody is a Foreigner

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Summer is almost here and, although our school DOES NOT CLOSE for the summer, Continue reading “A Coruña: The City where Nobody is a Foreigner”

Improving your writing skills

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How’s April treating you? I hope you’ve all had a chance to enjoy the sunny spells we’ve been having lately as well to do the suggested exercises our last post on Inversions Part 2! Let’s take a look at the answers: Continue reading “Improving your writing skills”

Conditionals (Part 2)

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Today, we’re going to take a look at Conditionals. If you missed the first part of these structures you can check it here. Continue reading “Conditionals (Part 2)”

Blues and resolutions

Hello everyone and happy New Year 2018!

If you have any contact with English people I’m sure you’ve heard about New Year resolutions! Even if you’re not familiar with the word I’m sure you know what they are.

It’s not uncommon to hear people saying things like “next year I’ll start exercising” or “Next year I’ll give up smoking” and that’s exactly it. New Year resolutions are all those things that we want to do or get better at and we decide to go for it with the beginning of a new year.

The truth is that after a fortnight of not following the routine we usually do we try and set new goals to be better. Maybe that’s why the third Monday of January is called “Blue Monday”! Apparently it’s been scientifically proved that on this day most people feel sad, down or blue (hence the name). If you think about it, it does make sense: the holidays are over, we have spent all our money left on the sales and we still have half of January left!!

Here at ES we are not affected by Blue Monday but we do have New Year resolutions: to keep helping students achieve their goals by encouraging and teaching them to the best of our abilities! 🙂

María, Paula, Francisco, Ramón and Elena have already had their first Skype class, and you?

Join us next Friday 19th of January, book your course at the reception of any of our schools!

Welcome (back)!

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Although Euroschool of English runs all year round with the arrival of autumn the school year 2017/2018 has started and we bring lots of news! Continue reading “Welcome (back)!”