Onomatopoeia, words that sounds so real!

Onomatopoeia words are words which sound like the action they describe, like splash, crash, and swoosh for example.  Many languages have words which are onomatopoeic and here are some of the numerous examples in the English language which we have put into groups.  Animal related words  The examples in the animal grouping, we all learned […]

23 ways to use video in your Junior English lessons (Part 3)

It’s essential to keep students engaged and interested in lesson content – our Academic Coordinator, Philip Warwick, has prepared an article on 23 ways that video can be integrated into your Junior English lessons. This is part three of three. Read part one here and part two here. Fill the Gap – Choose a story […]