Creative Writing: Time…

by Sheetal Makhan (AYC) As I’ve said before, nothing excites me more than when students unlock their creative sparks before my eyes. Regardless of their professions, I try to make everyone see that they are capable of creating beauty with words. A couple of weeks ago, I presented the following picture to a small group of students and they wrote the following in just five minutes! by Sancha (Angola) I can see time. Time is money. You can’t take time. You need to use time quickly. Time never stops. Look after people  by Ji-hyun (South Korea) We have time equally. Everyone can use it equally But to succeed depends how well people use it. by Miguel (Venezuela) Time goes easily. Life is now. Now, maybe everybody doesn’t have time, because everybody is busier than other centuries. We are a slave of technology and material things. by Otman Eltalis (Libya) Time as the sword is very quickly in Cape Town, but I will break time by my determination. When I came to Cape Town, all my time is for English language. I don’t like to lose time. by Fathi (Libya) The picture reminds us the importance of time. We must respect time and don’t spend it on unnecessary things. The picture tells us, please always look at time. Every hour that passed never comes back again. The picture tells us that life is very short and we should try to use every second for everything good and to help people. Look after old aged people because one day you will become like them. Quickly. Time passes quickly. ==== Check out EC’s English Courses in South Africa


EC Cape Town offers free academic activities and free services to all students. During these activities students are able to enhance their English skills by interacting with teachers and students at all levels in one on one and in group settings. Pronunciation Workshop Students meet once a week with EC Cape Town’s pronunciation expert to work on improving vowel and consonant pronunciation. Students also practice accurate sentence and word stress and natural intonation. Listening Centre Daily sessions are available throughout the day where students can practice listening skills through lectures, news broadcasts, audio-books and listening tasks, with the help of EC Cape Town’s staff. Movie Evenings Twice a month, students are offered the opportunity to watch a movie. These movies are to enhance listening and reading skills through the use of subtitles. Lectures Offered twice a month, lectures offer students contact time with native speakers and the opportunity to practice extended listening. Students will be exposed to a variety of topics, and regional accents, and are encouraged to ask questions to interact with the lecturer.