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Posts Tagged ‘UK’

Daniel Booker, our Director of Studies

  Daniel Booker is our Director of Studies. He has been involved in the ELT industry since 1991, initially teaching and leading activities for predominately European juniors on seasonal holiday programmes. Then he taught English to teens in a French convent near Calais, and worked for International House Schools in Ukraine and Portugal teaching general…

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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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Making Your New Year’s Resolutions Come True!

It’s a new year and a new beginning, which means it’s time to think about your New Year’s Resolutions! At Cavendish School of English, we’ve decided that our main resolution for 2019 will be to help you to make yours happen. Obviously, we can’t help you quit smoking or lose weight, but there are some…

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Five Fabulous Festive Facts!

We know that not everyone celebrates Christmas and the New Year in the same way. Actually, it’s very interesting to find out what people normally do at this time of year. Although most try to spend time with their families, there are a lot of different and unique traditions in every country. Do you want…

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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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Tea and coffee expressions

Tea and coffee are two of the world’s most popular drinks. Some people can’t imagine starting their morning without a hot cup of coffee. On the other hand, some tea drinkers can have 6 or 7 cups per day. Whichever you prefer – or even if you don’t like either of them – this article…

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