5 ways to remember your summer

WEP 270619 – How To Create A Summer To Remember

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In this week’s Weekly English Practice, ECP coach Alison talks about 5 things you can do to make this summer more memorable. Read the WEP to find out more!   Click on the image to download the pdf After much wishing and waiting, summer is finally here! But before you know it, September will roll […]

Dublin's ecopreuners

WEP 200619 – Dublin’s ‘Ecopreneurs’

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In this week’s Weekly English Practice ECP coach Darren talks about the positive side of recycling and sustainability. Read the WEP to find out more about Dublin’s ecopreneurs!   Click on the image to download the pdf Practices that have always made environmental sense are now making business sense Look at this vocabulary and find […]

The groundsman at Mendizorrotza

WEP 060619 – The Groundsman

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This week’s Weekly English Practice looks at how Deportivo Alavés look after the pitch at their football ground. John Stewart, the groundsman, explains the problems that they face at Mendizorrotza.   Click on the image to download the pdf Interview* with John Stewart, groundsman of Deportivo Alavés *ECP Coach Kez tried to interview the elusive […]

Orbis Sensualium Pictus

WEP 300519 – Orbis: The First Ever Children’s Picture Book

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In this week’s Weekly English Practice, ECP coach Alison looks into the Orbis Sensualium Pictus, the first ever children’s picture book.   Click on the image to download the pdf In the mid 17th-century, John Comenius published “The World of Things Obvious to the Senses drawn in Pictures” (Orbis Sensualium Pictus), considered by the Encyclopaedia Britannica to […]

Sicansios!

WEP 230519 – Sicansíos (Dubbing Game of Thrones)

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ECP Coach Rob is a big fan of Game of Thrones. In this week’s Weekly English Practice he talks about a problem that happened in the Spanish dubbing of a recent episode. Do you know what “Sicansíos” means? Click on the image to download the pdf Being a voice actor in Spain is becoming increasingly […]

Online trolling

WEP 160519 – What Is Online Trolling?

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In this week’s Weekly English Practice, ECP coach Darren talks about online trolling, its origins and how it has changed from being a fun but harmless activity to become a damaging and harmful problem.   Click on the image to download the pdf Online trolling used to be funny, but now the term refers to […]

Gasteiz to Glasgow

WEP 090519 – From Gasteiz to Glasgow

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ECP coach John has two daughters and in this week’s Weekly English Practice they chat about older sister Julene’s life in Glasgow, Scotland. To find out more, read and listen to this week’s WEP!   Click on the image to download the pdf An interview with Gasteiztarra Julene Hird (Juli) about her life in Scotland. […]

Vegan burger

WEP 020519 – Vegan Burgers

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This week’s Weekly English Practice talks about vegan burgers and Burger King’s decision to start selling one in the United States. In the meantime, ECP coach Rob makes himself a burger at home and then talks with his mouth full. Make sure you listen to the quick joke at the end!   Click on the […]

Atypical is about autism

WEP 180419 – ‘Atypical’ is both wonderful and disappointing

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ECP coach Alison talks about one of her favourite series, ‘Atypical’, and how it portrays people with autism   Click on the image to download the pdf ECP coach Alison has fallen in love with a Netflix series, but she knew it would receive mixed feedback. Here’s why… Before you read the complete article, look […]