Пройдя сквозь года подготовки студентов к различным экзаменам🤯🔫😁, были собраны и сделаны тематические материалы и упражнения. Особенно много материалов для подготовки к ЕГЭ, что схоже с форматом кэмбриджского экзамена FCE, поэтому они будут вместе с упражнениями для подготовки к ЕГЭ по английскому🤝. Do you need a college degree to start a business? Why? Why not?
Do you have any tips to prepare well for a job interview? What questions are usually asked at interviews?
Learn natural English vocabulary to talk about how to impress (woo) clients. Awesome phrases for business vocabulary👩💼👨💼 Do you have to impress someone in your life? How do you do it?
Learn Slovene vocabulary about shopping and listen to a radio extract about shopping on Sundays
I wrote this text about Taemin some time ago while learning korean clothes and appearance vocabulary. I hope you will enjoy! I am reading this! 👇 Of course, I am not an expert👩🎓🙂 Learn more Clothes vocabulary in Korean with audio! I am just learning and if you notice any mistakes or have questions, pleaseContinue reading “Korean clothes vocabulary with Taemin”
Who is an ideal teacher? With the novel virus upheaval and rolling in abundance of free time on our hands, and affordable native speaker lessons forced us to explore our own abilities and be socially and culturally closer to understanding people of our target language.Contemplating upon my experience of learning Korean online via casualized platformsContinue reading “My CELTA essay I never sent”
Learn English vocabulary about job skills and listen to an interview for a position in marketing.
Learn English vocabulary how to talk about business ideas and listen to a discussion about starting a new cafe business.
Let’s read fairy tales🧚♀️! “The Emperor’s New Clothes” by Hans Christian Andersen is something you already know in your native language and it will be easier to read in Slovene! You can download📲 the full text of the fairy tale “Cesarjeva nova oblačila” and hear a native Slovene speaker🎧 read the full fairy tale!👇
In this post I will focus on learning Korean with videos as we live in the modern age and paper dictionaries and textbooks are quite out-dated (but! still might be useful)
After learning hangul with apps and with a hangul workbook, I learnt some basic words, pronunciation rules, simple grammar via youtube videos. And then the fun started! Luckily, I found some fun videos for beginners, watched them and then rewatched the next day. When I finished a block, I reviewed it from the beginning…