5 April 2019

ETUC




This year we had the pleasure of welcoming three Palestinian diplomats. They were here to brush up on their speaking skills and improve their English for diplomacy, all three were of an advanced level.

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4 April 2019

Palestinian diplomats




This year we had the pleasure of welcoming three Palestinian diplomats. They were here to brush up on their speaking skills and improve their English for diplomacy, all three were of an advanced level.

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27 February 2019

Carnival Activities to attend while studying English at Unilang




February brings along the carnival week, which brings splash of colour, tradition and excitement to your trip. The Maltese carnival is one of Malta’s oldest festivities. Here’s a guide to 4 uniquely carnival activities: 1) Carnival in Valletta, Malta The heart of the action takes place in Valletta.  The city’s historic streets come to life with […]

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17 July 2018

Top 5 Tips for Learning English




1) Make English Friends Find ways to make English part of your everyday life. Find ways to meet native English-speakers. You can do this by joining sport and social clubs, or arranging language exchanges. Or you can find a study partner to practice English together. You can meet regularly to speak English and You can […]

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7 July 2017

English Teacher Vacancy




Send Your CV to pfenech@gwu.org.mt

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7 February 2017

10 Golden Rules to become a better English user outside the classroom




It is a known fact that English has become an essential aspect of life and it is an important key factor for your future. English may not be the most spoken language in the world, but it is estimated that the number of people in the world that use it to communicate on a regular basis […]

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19 January 2017

Top 5 English Words With Weird Origins




1) Cappuccino: The word cappuccino derived from the clothing of monks. The “capuchin” monks of the 16th century regularly strutted the streets of Italy wearing long and pointy hoods, known as “capuche”. The monks subsequently received a formal nickname, Capuchin, for their stand out hoods. As, it turns out, the brown shade of the hoods […]

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15 January 2017

Malta’s Nine Heritage Wonders of the World




A World Heritage Site is a place that is listed by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) as of special cultural or physical significance. Malta has 9 Heritage of Wonders of the World 1)  Valletta Valletta is Malta’s Capital City  built by the Knights of St John. The walled city is known for museums, […]

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12 January 2017

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Malta




Choosing the perfect Mediterranean holiday spot might sometimes prove tricky. The island of Malta is relatively small compared to its Mediterranean counterparts, measured at just fifteen miles by nine but don’t be deceived by Malta’s size! Malta offers a huge and incredible amount of things to do and places to see. Here are the 5 top reasons to visit Malta:

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10 January 2017

Key English Phrases for Traveling with Ease




What does it mean to know how to speak English when travelling? It means that you, as an English-speaking traveller, have the opportunity to go to many places around the world and practice your English! But, what would you say to the English speakers you meet while travelling? Luckily, Malta has two official languages: Maltese and […]

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9 January 2017

Top 5 Ways to Learn English




Here are some ideas to make your English language studying more fun and effective: #1 Do you love music? Find some English radio stations or watch videos on YouTube Look for an English Radio Station that interests you and listen to it in your car while driving. Listen to “clean” versions of songs, sing along […]

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6 January 2017

Top 5 Things to Do in Valletta in Winter




Unlike the majority of European countries, the Maltese Islands in winter are a rather warm affair. However, the weather in Malta is not the only reason to take a holiday break here in winter – there is so much to do and to see! Valletta City Gate is a gate located at the entrance of […]

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2 January 2017

Why is English Essential?




English may not be the most spoken language in the world, but it is estimated that the number of people in the world that use it to communicate on a regular basis is 1,500,000,000 people worldwide and another 1,000,000,000 are learning. It has become almost a necessity for people to speak English if they are […]

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2 January 2017

Benefits of Learning English at the workplace




English is the language of international communication and a good communication skills of English makes you a highly attractive candidate for future employers. Combining language learning with work experience in an English-speaking environment will make far more rapid improvement that you would by learning English in your home country, By working in an English speaking […]

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31 December 2016

3 Reasons why Learning English is the Best New Year’s Resolution 2017




#1: Take a trip This is the year! You’re finally going to take that international trip you’ve been dreaming of. Get the most out of your trip by learning the language of the country you will be visiting. By doing so you’ll be able to truly communicate with locals, shopkeepers and street vendors, be exposed […]

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