Student Activities at BridgeEnglish in Denver!

There is always something fun to do in Denver, and at BridgeEnglish we help our students take advantage of everything the city has to offer. Here’s a sampling of activities students can sign up for this summer at Bridge to practice their English outside of class, make new friends, and get to know the beautiful […]

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How to celebrate 4th of July like an American

It’s America’s birthday! July 4th is one of the biggest holidays in the USA, and we want you to prepare you for a great weekend. Find out what you can expect and what traditions you can participate in. What should you take if you are invited to a barbecue? Can you set off some fireworks in your yard? We have highlighted six activities that will have you enjoying US culture on this important day!

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Fact vs. Fiction: Popular Colorado Myths

When you think about Colorado, you probably think of skiing, mountains, and snow. You might imagine tiny rural towns, tucked away in the wilderness, far from any urban life or excitement. And while all of this does exist in certain areas, Colorado is a large, diverse state with lots to offer. Read about five popular myths about Colorado, debunked.

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Where to study English, Denver or London?

One of the most important decisions to make when you choose to study abroad is the location. Where will I improve my English? Where will I be happy? Where will I feel safe? We understand this is a big decision, and you have a lot of options. We crunched the numbers to come up with a definitive answer, to put into numbers what our students know from personal experience. You’ll be surprised by what we found!

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Student Profile: Nelson D. Interviews Christine

Students at our language center in Denver come from all around the world. Each of them brings a unique culture, dialect and experiences that (believe it or not) can be understood despite language barriers. We encourage our students to practice their english with each other, and it’s through these open classroom conversations that we find students with incredible stories to share. BridgeEnglish student, Nelson D., found this particular classmate so inspiring, he decided to write a profile about her:

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