Why are the national museums free in the UK?

9, November 2018

It is now a culturally accepted fact that all national museums are free in London. There is no entry fee! This has been the case since 2001.
We love the fact that the national museums in London are free to enter. What our students experience in their visits is so much more than what is on display. It is a lot more than what a classroom or a computer can ever do for them.

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Different languages

Learning a Language is in the Attitude

29, October 2018

One must have the right attitude when one makes the decision to learn anything.

When learning a new language, for example, it is best to sink your whole mind into the language for set periods of time whether it is classroom or self-study time. And, through practice and repetition what you have learnt becomes a usable commodity in your mind.

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Alexandra Palace Fireworks Back

Bonfire night (Guy Fawkes)! Fireworks in London.

16, October 2018

Remember, remember the fifth of November. (the main firework action takes places on Sunday November 5 2018, but events will run before and afterwards). (Usually before).

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English Metaphors English In London

Metaphors of today

26, September 2018

A metaphor is comparing two things that have nothing to do with each other at all.
I was as bored as an oyster – is a perfect metaphor describing me today for example. So I decided to describe my day using metaphors and here it is.
I am as bored as an oyster.

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London Aerial

Open House London is the world’s largest architecture festival

22, August 2018

Open House London is the world’s largest architecture festival, offering free public access to over 800 london buildings, walks, talks and tours over one weekend in September.

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