Guided E-Learning

EC Online, another way to learn English

    What exactly is EC Online? It is a website where you can be aware of what’s happening at school and check your student profile. If you want to log in, you just have to go to the EC website. On the top of the screen you can see an item “Sign in”.   … Read more

Our Previous Member at EC Miami

EC Miami Language Center says ‘See You Later’ to Joel Krikorian

  EC Miami Language Center had to say their ‘see you later’ to Joel Krikorian on September 30. His presence are missed by the students and the staffs, as he brings us joy her at EC Miami. Joel is kind, extremely helpful, and most importantly a good friend to the students and his peers.   … Read more

Learning Outside the Classroom in Miami Beach

Learn the English Language the FUN Way!

  Recently, the students went out to a local café to have coffee and practice using their English in a comfortable, relaxed, enjoyable setting. The students talked about their future plans after EC Miami. In so doing, they demonstrated the excellent communicative skills they learned in Kathy’s Upper Intermediate English Language Class. EC Miami is … Read more

Idiom of the Week – “pig out”

November in the USA is a month of feasting and giving thanks.   That’s what the holiday of  Thanksgiving is all about, and we’re no different at our English Center in Miami.  Spending time with loved ones, eating, drinking, and visiting with those that you care about.  Food is a big part of this holiday, … Read more

Idiom of the Week – “Have Over”

As previously mentioned, Labor Day is coming up.  Typically, friends will get together for barbecues and parties during the long weekend.  Here at the EC Miami English School, it is certainly no different. As a child growing up outside of Washington D.C., my family would often have many people over  holidays.  It would start with Thanksgiving, when … Read more

Idiom of the Week – “Back to the Same Old Grind”

Next week in the United States is Labor Day.  This is a day that is set aside to celebrate the workers of the United States.  Traditionally, it falls on the first Monday of September.  This marks the end of Summer for us, and the back-t0-school time for students around the country.  After a three-day weekend, … Read more

Idiom of the Week – “Get Into the Spirit”

Last October, all of our students (from beginning to those prepping for their TOEFL and Cambridge ESOL Exams) and staff members participated in one of the US’ favorite traditions: HALLOWEEN! Everyone got into the spirit of this “holiday” by dressing up in costume. Other ways we got into the spirit was by playing music with Halloween themes (“Monster Mash”, “Thriller”), … Read more