WEP 10th anniversary of ECP & the WEP

25/06/20 10th Anniversary of ECP and the WEP

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June 2020 marked the 10th anniversary of our cooperative and that meant that we have been producing the Weekly English Practice for 10 years too! This is the last Weekly English Practice of this course. Thanks for watching, reading and listening to the WEP! See you again in the autumn! Click on the image to download […]

WEP Computers and language

18/06/20 Can Computers Understand Ambiguity in Languages?

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Will computers ever be able to handle ambiguity in language? Click on the image to download the pdf. Read and check you understand this vocabulary before you read and listen to the text. to pose: to constitute, to represent (a problem, a challenge, a danger) hopeless: very bad, useless world knowledge: non-linguistic information, such as […]

WEP New Normality

11/06/20 What Is This “New Normality”?

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ECP coach Darren ‘Kez’ Kurien tells us what his “new normality” is like. Click on the image to download the pdf. Read and check you understand this vocabulary before you read and listen to the text. lockdown: a state of isolation used as a security measure to back away: to walk in reverse due to […]

WEP Missing Sport

04/06/20 Missing Sport: It’s So Much More Than a Game

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No, it’s not only a game. It’s so much more. ECP coach Darren talks about why he is missing sport so much during the lockdown. Click on the image to download the pdf. Read and check you understand this vocabulary before you read and listen to the text. unlikely: improbable, very small chance something will […]