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Posts Tagged ‘study’

Shane Rynhart, our Assistant Director of Studies

  Shane Rynhart  is our Assistant Director of Studies (Juniors). He trained to be a teacher in 2013 when he received his CELTA certificate, and joined Cavendish as a teacher in early 2014. Since Summer 2017, he has worked in the office as an Assistant Director of Studies, but he still loves being in the…

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Cavendish School of English takes you everywhere

Have you ever dreamed of studying English in the UK and having the opportunity to visit lots of interesting places while you’re there? Stop dreaming, because it’s real! Cavendish School of English offers a variety of programmes for junior students full of excursions and activities. At Cavendish School of English, we believe that in order…

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Tess Giordmaina, Head of Cavendish in Valletta, Malta

Tess Giordmaina is our Head of School and Director of Studies at Cavendish School of English in Valletta, Malta. She has been working in the English language industry for 18 years. We asked her to talk about her experiences and background. “I started teaching English on a full time basis in 2006, after I earned…

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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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Six benefits of studying English in the UK

Travelling abroad to study on an English course is a very big decision. The idea of going somewhere new, where you don’t know anyone, could seem a bit scary, whether it is for 1 week or 3 months. On the other hand, there are lots of benefits that students can get from studying a language…

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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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Read between the lines!

One of the hardest skills to learn when you’re studying English is reading. Many students get stuck on words they don’t know and give up, or some of you may even find it quite boring! However, reading is an incredibly valuable skill and can improve your English in many ways. It’s a fantastic way to…

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