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Songs, games, crafts, and stories – there is no better way to introduce kids to the world of English. Date and time: 23 to 26 April 2019 Age: 4 to 8 year olds Location: Chemin Tornay 1, 1218 Le Grand-Saconnex Registration: Bookings are now closed. Find the current programme on the Workshops pages.
Read, read, read, speak, speak, speak, from day 1! This video shows that even very young children under the age of 2 are very much aware of noun and verb rules! They know when language is used incorrectly. This give us more food for thought on questions of bilingualism, but the bottom line is clear: … Read moreDo infants understand language rules, and what does this mean?
Group bookings Groups of 5 or more children receive a discount on full-day English Workshops: From 8.30 am to 5.30 pm, July-August 2019 Ages 7 to 14. 5 children: 430 CHF per child per week, saving 20 CHF off regular price 6 children: 400 CHF per week per child, saving 50 CHF off regular price … Read moreSpecial offers: Summer workshops
Extended hours – time management – attractive pricing to help you get through final exams! This month, our online courses are designed for students – this means an extended schedule covering weekends and evenings, as well as early morning for early risers. You can manage your money too by choosing private or semi-private lessons. We … Read moreSpecial offers: End of year exams
There are lots of way to play this game to work on your pronunciation, listening and vocabulary skills, especially to diffierentiate singular and pluraln sounds. Nothing stops adults from enjoying it either! Listen, repeat, and find matches. Listen carefully for differences between singular and plural words, like rabbit vs rabbits Play several times because each … Read moreInteractive Easter memory game: learn your plurals!
English workshops for teens: A fun and educational activity during Easter Break to review key English basics through interactive content and conversation. Special focus on tenses and conversation. For 13 to 17 year olds. Workshops take place in Grand-Saconnex. Details and registration are below. Registration is over.
The pointers of a clock or watch are called “hands”: the second hand, the minute hand and the hour hand. Note that there is no final “s” to “second, minute, hour”. In French, hands turn into needles → les aiguilles d’une montre ou d’une horloge. L’aiguille des secondes, des minutes et des heures. The French … Read moreThe hands of time
I miss you, or do you miss me? Get ready for some brain juggling on the verb to miss! Can you spot the difference in sentence construction between: Tu me manques and I miss you? Miss and manquer: a question of personal pronouns Indeed, in English “I” does the missing, while in French, “you” are … Read moreI miss you