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Posts Tagged ‘teach’

Naomi Osella, teacher at Cavendish School of English, UK

  Naomi Osella is an experienced hospitality manager who used to train people to run and work in restaurants. She has also worked on-site in new restaurants and at Bournemouth University. She got used to training people of all nationalities and working around their often limited ability to communicate in English.  “It’s such a pleasure to…

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Mike Archer, English teacher at Cavendish School, UK

  Mike is a CELTA qualified teacher. He teaches General and Business English to a broad range of adult international students and also provides IELTS & Cambridge Exam coaching. He is a former Financial Services professional with wide-ranging experience in business, investment management, stockbroking and both commercial and private banking. Additionally, Mike is a former…

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Rita Borg, teacher at Cavendish School of English, Malta

  Rita is a certified TEFL teacher with a B.A. degree and she has taught ELT intermittently for the past 15 years. “I adore languages, obviously English being my first preference. However I can easily communicate in French and Italian…which at times helps me to communicate with my students at beginner or elementary level in…

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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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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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