It is happy to meet teacher Dorota, can’t wait to see her in next class
Jonathan is always a pleasure to speak with. He assists me politely to correct my errors and pushes me to use more complex language. Our conversations are deep and diverse. He can encourage you to reach the next level with English in a fun, friendly and professional lesson. The best teacher I have ever had! Thank you!
Having a great lesson with Stanley as always, thank you so much!
My 6th year old daughter loves Natalie’s class!
Thanks Mr Duncan for coming up with so many questions to ask my girl to answer.
I shared my experience with Kim about the Chinese cupping therapy I had yesterday. It had a potent effect on relieving my long-lasting back pain. And I also told him the story about my recent interviews for my company's recruitment. Many candidates tended to exaggerate their working experience assuming that I wouldn't realise. As a result, it was entirely a waste of our time on both sides. Then Kim explained some words we may have missed in our last exercise of spoonerism, namely flattery and hummer. We moved on to another exercise of reading out loud an article about some cultural attractions in London, which consists of many long sentences with several commas, semicolons and parentheses. We went through how to stress and pause correctly. Finally, we started a new exercise, in which one out of a set of words that don't rhyme with the other needs to be odd out. In the meantime, we also tried to think of the homophones of some of the words. Of course, new words were picked up during the process, including peal, coot, lute, soot, chute, fête, spook and brood