30/10/14 Do cats grieve?

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Click on the image to download this week’s Weekly English Practice from English Coaching Projects. How do these four-legged felines respond to the loss of a member of the household? Read and check you understand this vocabulary before you read and listen to the text: grieve: to feel emotional pain caused by loss, to cry after […]

23/10/14 Is Twitter making you STUPID?

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Click on the image to download this week’s Weekly English Practice from English Coaching Projects. Social networking sites are making it hard for people to think for themselves Check you understand this vocabulary before you read and listen to the article: erode (v): to eat into or away; destroy by slow consumption or disintegration smart (adj): […]

16/10/14 Why we set up English Coaching Projects

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Click on the image to download this week’s Weekly English Practice from English Coaching Projects. Look at this vocabulary before you read and listen to the article: to set up: to establish, found, configure coach: a person who trains and guides others partner: Colleague, collaborator in a common project.  to bring up: to be cared for, […]

09/10/14 The running of the balls! (balls not bulls)

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Click on the image to download this week’s Weekly English Practice from English Coaching Projects. Are traditional bull runs becoming a thing of the past? Read and check you understand this vocabulary before you read and listen to the text: clang: to make a loud, metallic sound thrill-seekers: people who like adventure to pit: to put […]

02/10/14 First ever Spanish world badminton champion

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Click on the image to download September’s special edition of Weekly English Practice from English Coaching Projects. Carolina Marin from Huelva wins world championship in Copenhagen Look at this vocabulary before you read and listen to the article: an upset (n): an unexpected result or situation seed (n): a competitor in a sports competition ranked in […]