Let's face it, the matter of our every day lives is of strange stuff made. When viewed apprehensively, when the strings of family are stretched taut over the Nabokovian abyss to nestle a rocking cradle, or coddle an aging parent whose mind is failing, what’s normal can quickly turn downright bizarre. An everyday word, say tree, repeated several times in a row loses its meaning and confirms the inherent estrangement of language when its devoid of convention.
Saturday 9th June at 9pm we'll be having another fabulous evening at the theatre with the Suburban Players. Should you like to join us, please let me know ASAP as I need to book well in advance. Look forward to sharing more theatre and English with you all. firstname.lastname@example.org
When Gandhi was studying law at the University College of London, a white professor, whose last name was Peters, disliked him intensely and always displayed prejudice and animosity towards him. Also, because Gandhi never lowered his head when addressing him, as he expected.... there were always "arguments" and confrontations.
Mari Malek is a supermodel, DJ and actor. She is also a refugee. This is her story!
El Taller abre un espacio de lectura y exploración de textos cortos en inglés.
La propuesta es reunirnos 1.30 h semanalmente a compartir nuestras únicas y particulares maneras de ver el mundo a través de la lectura. La lectura compartida, escucharnos mutuamente leer en voz alta partes del texto, nuestras experiencias y miradas, nos enriquecen como seres humanos y avivan la motivación para seguir aprendiendo.
An insightful view of our colourful language, in the eyes of a foreign writer journalist. Read article
Hacer un paseo todos juntos es una experiencia inolvidable: disfrutamos, aprendemos y practicamos inglés durante toda la salida.