The marks are in the system, we’ve made our reading lists, we’ve said our goodbyes to our students: summer has landed!
At Pearson we’d like to congratulate all teachers on a job well done!
So, all that remains for us to say is:
Have a good one (sometimes shortened to ‘Have a good ‘un’)…
Have a blast…
Have a ball…
Have a good time…
You’ve earned it!
Next week the city of Alicante will be starting its summer off with a bang with their spectacular yearly firework contest, and Pearson, as is also customary for this time of the year, will be offering our always popular training event for private language school teachers on Wednesday 27 June.
In my previous post, I mentioned 3 of the most problematic pronunciation areas for Spanish speakers and how to go around them in class by using games. Let me add 3 more to the list!
Bitten off more than you can chew?
This week’s blog post is about two topics close to my heart: food and language (probably in that order).
Although Britain is not as known for its gastronomy in the same way that perhaps France, Italy or Spain are, English is full of food-related idiomatic language.