We have over a decade of experience supporting people to pass English exams. Wehave developed some inexpensive guides to keep you on track.
You don´t have time to take an English course. You´re fed up of searching for stuff on the Internet. You feel overloaded with information, and you are sick to death of watching top tip videos to pass English exams. Right?!
Well, we get it!
We have over a decade of experience supporting people to pass English exams, and have developed some inexpensive resources to keep you on track with your writing and speaking exams.
The Boot Camps are suitable for people who are at exam level, but need a better exam strategy, and more exam paper practise. If you are not exam ready, take a look at a different course.
The English Exam Boot Camps schedule:
- 8 consecutive weeks
- Saturday & Sunday mornings from 09:00 to 12:00.
- Maximum groups of 4 people
So, the 3 Wise Men have come and gone and, obviously, all three of them need to go to the ear doctor (an Otolaryngology (pronounced oh/toe/lair/in/goll/oh/jee) because I specifically requested, for the 5th year running, a 1967 Aston Martin, a pub-sized pool table, and a 1950´s juke box, and instead, they gave me a pair of socks with a note on them that said: ‘’Get running couch potato!’’
Truth be told, I am very keen on my socks, and, they are called ‘Bobby Dazzlers’ which sounds totally cool, wouldn´t you agree?
Ok, spill the beans, what did you get?
Lisa lives in Málaga, but was born in the south of England. She´s a professional belly dancer, a teacher, and an ardent activist, supporting a wide range of local and national charitable organisations. She has adopted 4 stray dogs on the streets of Málaga, and is always willing to lend a hand to people in need.
What´s on her mind?
Alice Bailey is a childhood friend. She spent most of her youth breaking rules, challenging institutions, and corrupting me into the wild word of binge drinking and underage clubbing. She is a DJ, broadcast journalist, and is currently the senior press officer for Welcome to Yorkshire.
What´s on her mind?
The craziest suggestion to cure your hangover is to make yourself a vegetable shake. And, although I´m a vegetarian, and I love a great spinach and celery juice, under no circumstances am I going to turn on the blender to pulp a load of greens when my head is already about to explode. It´s a ridiculous suggestion!
So, what’s your hangover cure?
Most of us have woken up the morning after a wild night painting the town red with a banging headache. You know it’s going to be a bad day when you can’t lift your head off the pillow without your brain screaming at you: ” Call a doctor, you are dying” Yes, you’ve got a hangover from hell, and you probably only have a vague recollection of what happened the night before.
So, with this in mind, what are the best hangover cures?
I have friends who are visiting Málaga in October, and they have asked for my advice regarding places to eat good-quality inexpensive food. As I am not a food lover, I don´t have a clue what to recommend. Please help, what are the must-try eateries in Málaga?