If you’ve ever wondered why Denver is a premier place for international students to study, then I’ve got five answers for you! 1- There are Craft Breweries…everywhere! If you are over 21 years old, you can enjoy some homemade beer at over 20 craft breweries located in the city limits—ranging from Wynkoop Brewing Company, founded […]
Thousands of people from all over Colorado come together in Denver to celebrate the New Year. Here are some words or phrases you may need to know!
If you haven’t heard, this summer the 2014 edition of the World Cup is happening in Brazil! If you aren’t enjoying the games in Rio de Janeiro but are watching them here in Denver or elsewhere in the US, and you aren’t too familiar with soccer (or fútbol) here are some terms you may need to know!
When most people think about the most international cities in the United States, they generally think about Los Angeles, Washington D.C., and New York City. However, nowadays Denver, Colorado is changing into a true international city for four main reasons!
The past couple weeks we have been posting blogs written by students in our advanced English class at BridgeEnglish, Denver. The students were asked, “What are the best ways to learn English outside of the classroom?” and the responses were so good that we decided to post them to our readers. This week is the final installment from this class, written by Michelle, Nasar, and Peter.
Making the jump to study at a university in the United States can be a scary thing. To help your transition, we’ve compiled a list of terms to help you understand the lingo at your American university campus.
As a non-native English-speaker studying in United States, learning English is a big challenge. Understanding the main idea of a certain text, building sentences that are grammatically correct, getting rid of common speaking mistakes, and also how to stay focused while listening during the General English Program are all common challenges we face. If you are experiencing some of these challenges, I know how you feel, so stop biting your fingernails and see below for some tips about how to improve your English language skills.
There are two great ways to learn English outside of the classroom: individual activities and social activities. These two ways are helpful in improving listening, reading, writing and speaking skills. Basically we can improve our English outside the classroom ourselves and also through our social environment, like our host family and different friends. Learning English is not only limited inside the classroom, but also is possible without our teacher and outside the classroom.
The mania surrounding the start of the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™ is here. Any year that the World Cup is played, you can feel the electricity and see the excitement of fans that anticipate their country raising the Cup by the tournament’s end in July. In Denver, the hype for soccer and the World […]
If you love a fast-paced game with a lot of offense and displays of incredible athletic abilities, you’re probably a fan of basketball. In Denver, the professional NBA team to root for is the Denver Nuggets. The Nuggets play at the Pepsi Center and are represented by domestic and international players from France, Italy and Russia.