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Tour of Britain

Tour of Britain The Tour of Britain 2021 started off in Cornwall today. The Grand Départ Stage began in Penzance, then through St Just, St Ives, […]

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Staff Interviews

Staff Interviews If you have an overseas worker in a front of house role, good speaking skills are extremely important. When you assess candidates for a […]

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Overseas student self study

Self Study – Superfoods

Self study shouldn’t be hard Studying is not only done in the classroom, you can learn every day whether you’re in class or out living your […]

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English language students COVID face mask

How to make your own…

How to make your own cloth face covering The non-essential shops are open (hurrah!) and soon we’ll be able to stay in hotels and B&Bs all […]

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Stonehenge at sunset

The Stonehenge Mystery

Today’s reading comprehension activity is all about Stonehenge which, for now, is a mystery. No one really knows why it’s there or what it was for. […]

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Doctors and Nurses celebrating OET Reading Part A

OET Corner – Authentic Listening

Authentic Listening Authentic Listening means getting used to different accents, speeds of speaking with all the ‘um’s and ‘ah’s of normal every day speech. This can […]

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Phrasal Verbs

What is a phrasal verb anyway? Phrasal Verb (noun) a verb that joins with another word or words to make a verb with a new meaning. […]

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It’s all in the meaning…

Confusing English Yesterday I saw a wonderful example of confusing English. Comedian and writer John Finnemore (@JohnFinnemore) had tweeted this:   ‘Double bed room which is […]

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Crossword Puzzle

Crossword Puzzle Here is this week’s crossword puzzle, again from ‘The I’ newspaper. We’ve added one or two letters and whole clues to help you. The […]

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