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What Happens When Kids Can't Go to School?

(This picture in the NY Times, Monday, September 26, shows migrant children being taught at the disused tobacco factory that serves as the Oraiokastro refugee camp in northern Greece. 707 more words

Take a Hike

Whenever I teach English idioms, this can be one of the tougher idioms to walk through, no pun intended.

What does “hike” mean to you?  A hike can be a long walk, a long period of travel, or with regards to money, money and prices can hike, they can go up. 67 more words


I Am an Immigrant

Except for First Nations’ people or indigenous people, ALL of the rest of us Americans are immigrants, including me. I am from English and French descendants. 1,025 more words

4 Reasons ESLi Students Should Attend the Bowling Green International Festival

Every year, on the last Saturday in September, Circus Square Park in Bowling Green, Kentucky bursts to life with a celebration of cultural diversity for the entire family. 660 more words


Hablando sin palabras

Hace poco, me encontré en una situación donde una conductora desconocida me pidió que quitara mi auto de donde yo estaba estacionada, que era en la cochera de la casa de un amigo, que estaba conmigo en mi carro en ese momento. 410 more words

Regina high school hosts 'coffeehouse' for people learning English

Once a week this school year, a Regina high school will transform into a “community coffeehouse” for people learning English.

Thom Collegiate guidance counsellor Claudine Neetz came up with the idea last year in concert with the Regina Open Door Society, amidst Regina’s influx of Syrian refugees and calls for residents to help out. 310 more words

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Quiero un inglés guapo

No, no estoy hablando de un perfil en Tinder ni de alguien buscando un novio inglés.

Me refiero a las ideas y las expectativas irreales y exageradas sobre el dominio del idioma inglés por personas que lo hablan como segundo idioma. 493 more words

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