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Posts by Cavendish School Of English

Some positive feedback from our students

1) My dear teachers were very patient and perceptive. -Marivaldo from Brazil 2) It was a good mixture of all skills. Talking, grammar and reading. -Karin from Germany 3) The teachers are kind and helpful. We were a little group, so the improvement was faster. -Lorenzo from Italy 4) I liked everything. Positive attitude, willingness…

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Mailla Akbari, one of our German students

It is really a very good school. It is beautiful and the teachers are very friendly. You feel very comfortable and get used to being in England quickly. The lessons are short and not stressful, there is a cafeteria, and a small but nice garden to sit and relax in. I can only recommend it!…

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The Colours of English

Does winter make you feel blue? Does it make you want to sit next to a red hot fire with a book? OK, maybe that’s a white lie – perhaps you’d prefer watching TV instead! There are many expressions in English that use colours to talk about emotions, situations, or activities. Here are just a…

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Christmassy mood!

Cavendish students are already in a Christmassy mood! We organised a festive party and checked their knowledge about the upcoming celebration. Students from European countries learnt Christmas vocabulary in English and students who don’t normally celebrate Christmas found out about different customs and traditions connected with this winter holiday. During the break, they had a…

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Let’s place adjectives in order

Do native English speakers drive a big blue car or a blue big car? Do you have any pretty silk clothes in your wardrobe, or some silk pretty clothes? How about those who own lovely antique French furniture…or perhaps we should say antique French lovely furniture…or is it French antique lovely furniture?! Adjectives are a…

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