It will be Christmas time before you know it. And we’re all busy preparing for our family and cultural traditions.
But what do you really know about Christmas?
Do you know that Christmas was once illegal? Since when has Christmas been celebrated on 25th December?
Test yourself first by doing this quiz!
We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy Holiday!
This week is Thanksgiving in the United States – the most important holiday of the year. It’s the time for family and friends to get together and celebrate with a big meal usually including turkey, stuffing, cornbread and pumpkin pie. Here you will find a recipe for traditional stuffing, but in order to make it, you will have to know all of the vocabulary. Test yourself first by doing the quiz!
It’s Halloween! Last year you learned some words & expressions associated with this big celebration in the U.S. Do you know some more? What do you call a small animal like a mouse with wings that flies at night? Which word refers to a man who has magical powers? You might know most of these words, but will you remember them? Play our Halloween Quiz … if you dare and train your memory!
With this recipe, you will learn how to make delicious Chocolate Chip Cookies! You will also learn some useful English vocabulary related to baking, including some conversion tips for measurement units.
Le Festival de Cannes vous fait rêver ? Et si cette année vous suivez la fameuse montée des marches et les cérémonies en anglais ?
Vivez les moments phares en live à travers les yeux d’un anglophone sur la chaîne YouTube officielle du festival.
A vous le tapis rouge et le flash des projecteurs !
Most people learn « American » or « British » English, but there are other « Englishes », with slight variations and specific vocabulary and phrases, in other English-speaking countries. Today’s Tip for Success is about Australian English. Take the quiz to see if you can speak like a real “Aussie.”
With this recipe, you will learn how to make a delicious carrot cake, the best you will ever taste! You will also learn some useful English vocabulary related to baking, including some conversion tips for measurement units.
A few months ago you learned some phrasal verbs with look (in changing the preposition after the verb “look”, the meaning changes completely). There are many other verbs that are used in forming phrasal verbs. Here is the second edition of “phrasal verbs” – the bête noire of English language learning! This time with “get.”
- Published in Phrasal Verbs
CPA. CPF ! Le gouvernement ne cesse de faire évoluer ses services pour la gestion de nos carrières. On finirait presque par y perdre son ̶l̶a̶t̶i̶n̶ … anglais. Quels sont vos droits ? Quelles sont les formations d’anglais éligibles au CPF ? Faîtes valoir votre droit à la formation avec American Center … sans débourser un seul centime !