By BridgeEnglish teacher, Mike Burke One of the most difficult, but unfortunately most important, aspects of learning English is its famous phrasal verbs. They are everywhere! Unfortunately you cannot escape them, and to progress to an advanced level in English, you must learn them proficiently. So first, a quick refresher: what is a phrasal verb? […]
Bridge offers a variety of English programs at our language center in the heart of beautiful downtown Denver, Colorado. Learn more about our Business English, General English and Academic English programs to decide which one is right for you!
How can you improve your English pronunciation, spelling, speaking fluency, and vocabulary at the same time? Record yourself! Read on to find out how to start using this technique that can do wonders for your English.
Want to keep studying English while you’re on the go? Here are the top smartphone apps to help you practice and improve your English!
Learning English goes on beyond the classroom. At BridgeEnglish, students take advantage of student activities put on by staff to improve their English and socialize. There is always plenty to do, here is a short list of our favorites!
On August 18th, 2014, BridgePathways at Philadelphia University opened its doors to its first cohort of international students. With their degrees chosen, students were about to begin their lives on-campus as Academic English students. Now those same students are on track to earn degrees from Philadelphia University. We are proud to celebrate the first year of this center; it has certainly been eventful! As the number of international students keeps growing, the center now welcomes students from more countries than ever before!
Every language has certain words and phrases that are used in informal ways that are different from what you learned in class or in your dictionary. These informal “slang” words are like a secret language, and can be difficult to decipher when you’re learning a language. This month’s slang expression is to have “cold feet.”
Every language has words that are used in a different way than you think. These ‘slang’ words are like a secret language, and can be difficult to decipher! This month’s slang is all ears. What does it mean? How can you use it in conversation?
The New Year is a good time to reflect on what you want to accomplish. Here’s why your top resolution for 2015 should be to improve your English.
October has seen all three new BridgePathways language centers open and running! With so many choices, which one will you choose?