Tuesday, 18th of October
Seminar: «How To Do Compositions»
A seminar to help you to improve your written English and compose better letters, emails and reports.
Stages 5 to 10: 14,15 – 15,45 h.
«Conversation club with Andy»
How boring would life be if we never gave our opinion about something. Come to the Conversation Club to learn and practise speaking in a friendly and informative environment!.
Stages 4 to 7: 17,30 – 18,30 h.
Worried that your pronunciation will let you down?. Come and learn how to speak English with the correct phonology, intonation and stress!. Ayesha will take you through all sorts of tips and techniques, introducing the international Phonetic alphabet and looking at the sounds of English.
Stages 1 to 5: 19,00 – 20,30 h.
Wednesday, 19th of October
Seminar: «Many, Few, Much and Little»
Come and learn all about quantifiers in English and when to use them.
Stages 2 to 5: 14,15 – 15,45 h.
Conversation Club: «News with Andy»
We will discuss the latest global events in a fun, informative debate. Give your thoughts on what is going on in the world today. English-language newspapers will be provided in very session. This is YOUR CHANCE to have your say!.
Stages 5 to 10: 19,00 – 20,00 h.
Thursday, 20th of October
Seminar: «Active and Passive Voice»
Many students have been confused by the passive voice. Did you know, for example, that the previous sentence was actually written in the passive voice? If not, our fun activity is for you! Come to our Seneca centre and learn how to construct the passive voice with our helpful seminar.
Stages 5 to 12: 20,30 – 22,00 h.
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