For Shining Scribes volume 16 we’re taking a closer look at the vehicle of all good writing: The Sentence. Good sentences come in myriad forms: Short, long, flowery, terse. Using sentence variety can add flavor and nuance to your writing; it can keep people reading and keep you on your writerly toes, so to speak. We’ll try our hand at different types of sentences in this session.
Remember to bring your passport or driver's license.
How do you manage? In this weeks series with teachers of English we will cover how we can inspire our students to manage themselves during group work! It may be unbelievable, but you'll believe it when you see it.
For those preparing to take the TOEFL (advanced exam in English) to prepare for university admission in the USA, this week we're focusing on writing. Bring your pen, paper, and willlingness to share. See you then.
So do you have rhythmn? This week's speech club is all about rhyme and rhythmn in English. We play with limericks, speaking pace, tongue twisters and more.
They say a picture is worth a 1000 words. We hope you'll agree after this week's WE@AH session, which is all about describing, explaining, and creating images. We're looking forward to getting to know your creative side!
Zsuzsa Papp, Student Recruitment Officer at Central European University has a few tips for you on how to compile a competitive application package in order to give you an edge with your university application and assist you with your scholarship application.