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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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How to Use the Future Tense Correctly in English

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There are lots of ways you can thin 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, so …

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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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Thinking of Going to a Music Festival in Europe? Here’s What You Need to Know

Music festivals in Europe – they’re kind of a big deal. Ever since the iconic US Woodstock festival in 1969, the thought of getting a lot of people together in one enormous outdoor area, with some of the best bands of the moment performing live… It evokes a really special feeling, right? Festivals captured people’s …

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Get A Closer Look At Eurocentres Schools!

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Ever wondered what it would be like to go and study at a Eurocentres school in the UK or Europe? With so many amazing destinations to choose from, it can be hard to pick! But now you can experience a taste of what they’re like, with our incredible new virtual tours. Created with the help …

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Why Are So Many Americans Learning Foreign Languages?

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Think that Americans don’t like to travel or learn languages? Think again! Each year, nearly 15 million Americans jet off to visit Europe, and more and more people are embracing learning a new language as part of the experience. So why learn a language at all? Let’s take a closer look at the reasons behind …

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Here’s what to look forward to at Christmas in England

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Planning to visit England at Christmas time? Or do you just feel a little curious about how the festive season is celebrated compared to the rest of the world? While England shares a lot of Christmas traditions with other parts of the world, it also definitely has plenty of its own unique pleasures and quirks! …

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The Top Tips to Make International Travel Easier

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Travelling half way around the world isn’t always easy – language barriers, questionable food and trying to work out the exchange rate in your head can create some tricky obstacles! To make your travel life a little easier, here are a few handy pointers: 1. Plan your tours If you’re planning to see some of …

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Choosing the Right Present Tense: Simple, Continuous and Perfect

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One of the most difficult parts of learning a new language can be mastering all that grammar – especially tenses! These can sometimes feel like a minefield, so to help you master the present tense in English, here’s an easy breakdown of the different options, and when to use them: When to use the present …

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Meet Eurocentres at Study World in Taiwan!

Are you living in Taiwan and interested in learning a new language and immersing yourself in a different culture? Eurocentres can help you! We will have a booth at the Study World Fair in Taiwan in October, where we can explain all the opportunities Eurocentres has to offer. The Study World Fair is one of …

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