Reading books to learn English allows you to grow your vocabulary and test your understanding outside of the classroom while engaging you in a fun story!
Etsuko is one of our BridgeEnglish students in Denver, Colorado. She is from Japan and is studying Academic English. Here, she tells us about her experiences with Bridge and her time in Denver.
BridgeEnglish teacher Colleen Luckett shares her tips on how students can use technology to supplement their English classes in a three-post series. In this first post in the series, Colleen gives students ideas on how they can use Netflix to learn English and continue practicing outside of the classroom.
BridgeEnglish teacher Colleen Luckett worked in the corporate world before switching her career to the teaching field. Read about her journey!
Named US News and World Report’s “best place to live” in 2016, Denver is recognized for its beautiful scenery and laid-back lifestyle. If you choose to study English with Bridge in Denver, you’ll have a chance to experience the city’s many cultural and recreational opportunities. Read on to learn about some of Denver’s most popular options for spring and summer entertainment.
In partnership with the Chilean government, Bridge English in Denver recently hosted two young students from Southern Chile, Bastián and Alonso. These students were sponsored by Chile to take part in a three-week General English program at Bridge, during which they improved their language skills and learned about U.S. culture.
Do you want to sound more like a Denver native when you study English in the U.S. with Bridge? Laura McGinley, English teacher at our downtown Denver language center, is here to school you in Denver slang terms and vocabulary so you can sound like a “Mile High City” local in no time!
Taking a high-stakes language exam would make anyone nervous, but there are plenty of ways to increase your confidence and make your test-day go as smoothly as possible. This article will introduce you to the basic format of the exam and provide you with some tips as you prepare for the exam.
Do you have plans for New Year’s Eve here in the U.S.? Then you’ll want to review this vocab list to learn the common terminology that goes with the many NYE traditions. We’ll help you get prepared for everything from watching the ball drop to making a toast at midnight.
You know you want to study English in the U.S., but should you take group or private classes? One offers lots of interaction with other students, potentially from around the world, but the other offers the chance for very tailored study and accelerated language learning. Here’s what to consider when choosing whether group or private English classes are right for you.