WEP Flash Fiction Competition

26/03/20 ECP’s Flash Fiction Competition

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ECP has decided to launch a ‘flash fiction’ competition for its learners. What’s the theme? Confinement during this current crisis. What’s the maximum length? 1,000 words. To give you an idea, the story below is 592 words. Let’s start writing! The rules are here. Click on the image to download the pdf Read and check […]

WEP Latin music

19/03/20 Latin Music Is Taking Over America

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In the second of two articles about musical tastes, ECP coach Darren investigates the growth of Latin music in the USA. Click on the image to download the pdf Read and check you understand this vocabulary before you read and listen to the text: mainstream: the ideas, attitudes, or activities that are shared by most […]

WEP Musical tastes

12/03/20 What Are Your Musical Tastes?

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In the first of two WEP articles about musical tastes, ECP coach John chats with his colleague Ali about his tastes.  Click on the image to download the pdf Read and check you understand this vocabulary before you read and listen to the text: back in the day: In the past beloved: Something you really […]

WEP Amsterdam

05/03/20 What’s going on in Amsterdam?

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Amsterdam is considering moving part of its red-light district indoors. ECP coach Kez gives more details. Click on the image to download the pdf Read and check you understand this vocabulary before you read and listen to the text: rowdy: noisy and disorderly to vow: to solemnly promise to do something throngs (of): large, densely […]