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A day from life of a student at Eurocentres Greenwich Eltham.

Are you curious about what students are up to in our Eurocentres language school in London? Here is a brilliant video done by Alejandro Garcia who was a student at Eurocentres London Greenwich Eltham, which shows the daily life of a Eurocentres student. If you would like to discover for yourself how it is to …

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A Match Made in Heaven

This is a love story between the learning of foreign languages, cultures and places and a young woman from Clermont-Ferrand, France.   Born in the late 80s, Marion grows up with the dream of travelling the world and capturing the most spectacular spots on earth with the art of photography. Today, she gets to do …

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Christmas with Eurocentres in Paris

Image representing bizarre Christmas traditions from around the world

“Paris is always a good idea“, Audrey Hepburn supposedly said once. We agree to this wholeheartedly because Paris is worth the trip not only in the warm sun of spring and summer. Delphine Crevelle, who works as a sales area manager and product manager at the Eurocentres language school in Paris, knows this, too: “Paris …

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Eurocentres video lessons – How do I say yes and no politely?

  ‘Yes’ and ‘no’ are two of the first words you learn in English. To sound polite, it is easy to add ‘please’ and ‘thank you’. For example: Do you want a drink? Yes, please. No, thank you. But there are other, more common ways to do this in English.   Saying ‘yes’:   If …

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Eurocentres Video lessons – How to use Simple Future?

  There are lots of ways you can think about the future, and you’re probably familiar with some of them! You might want to describe something you’re about to do very soon, or you may want to share your hopes and plans for the years ahead. While both describe the future, they do it differently, …

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Eurocentres video lessons – Common Spelling Mistakes

The English language doesn’t always seem completely logical and some spellings aren’t obvious, even to native speakers. These are words that you just have to learn. This is especially confusing when it comes to words that sound the same but have different meanings. Let’s look at some of the most common mistakes that English learners …

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Eurocentres video lessons – When to use In / Under / On

Prepositions can be very confusing. Why do English-speaking people say that they are “in the car” but “on the train”? Why do we distinguish between being “in time” or “on time”? Why do we say that we are “in control” of a situation, but also that the situation is “under control”?   Watch the video …

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Video lessons – regular vs irregular verbs

  You probably already know that verbs can be in regular or irregular forms – but do you really know what these terms actually mean? Simply put – it’s a way of describing the way different groups of verbs can be used and how they are changed. How do verbs change when you use them …

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5 Top Things You Can Do Today to Prepare for Your IELTS Exam

Image representing students learning how to use new words in English

There’s no easy way to say this: the IELTS exam is tough. Doing all four exams on the same day tests more than just your skills and level of English: it also tests your stamina, endurance and organisational abilities. You have to be able to pace yourself properly to cover all of the material in …

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Discover Cultures with Our Summer Special Courses

Each city has its own unique personality, flavour and culture – something you can only truly experience when you get to immerse yourself in it. And when you’re learning a new language, it’s so much more rewarding to experience the richness of the world behind the words! From the glorious style, creativity and fashion of …

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