Immigrants in Alava

31/01/19 Double Standards When Talking About Immigrants

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In this week’s Weekly English Practice, ECP coach Rob talks about immigration in Vitoria and Alava and asks why people call him and his ECP colleagues ‘foreigners’ when they use the word ‘immigrants’ for people from non-European countries.   Click on the image to download the pdf There are thousands of foreign workers in Alava […]

Alcohol-free pub in Dublin

24/01/19 Alcohol-Free Bar To Open In Dublin

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ECP coach Darren talks about Dublin’s newest pub, The Virgin Mary. What makes this bar different is that it only serves alcohol-free drinks. To find out more, read this week’s Weekly English Practice!   Click on the image to download the pdf Heard the one* about the Irish pub with no booze? * ”Have you […]

Reduce your use of plastics

17/10/19 Reduce Your Use Of Plastics In 2019

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ECP coach Rob talks about how he is trying to reduce the amount of plastics he uses. To find out more, read this week’s Weekly English Practice!   Click on the image to download the pdf By 2050, there will be more plastic than fish in our seas if things don’t change soon and drastically […]

Wall Of Protest India

10/01/19 620 Kilometre Wall Of Protest By Indian Women

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ECP coach Kez talks about a protest in India. To find out more, read this week’s Weekly English Practice!   Click on the image to download the pdf They were asserting their right to enter the Sabarimala temple in Kerala – and have given hope for women’s rights Read and check you understand this vocabulary […]