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 […]
Don’t delay and forget about your dreams of learning English due to all that is involved in the process. Apart from the using English to communicate for international business, we’ve listed a few of the many other benefits to being multilingual:
Get to know Goro and find out about his journey from Japan to Denver. This BridgeEnglish student shares why he loves Colorado and why learning English has been so important to him.
A recent article in the Denver Business Journal reveals, in numbers, how tourists’ love of Denver is growing! Many types of visitors come to the Mile-High City, from people coming to see friends and family, leisure and business travelers, and of course, our own international Bridge students! In 2013, 14 million people visited Denver and they collectively […]
Earlier this month I had the opportunity to meet Eliana, a BridgeEnglish student from Colombia. Although at first she seemed very quiet, Eliana has a reserved spark that emerged with just the right conversation.
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.
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.
Recently, a few Bridge English students went on an excursion to the Molly Brown House here in Denver. This was meant to be an opportunity for them to break out of the typical day-to-day classroom routine and instead engage in English language learning through a real-life cultural experience. It is not uncommon for Bridge English […]
On a gorgeous, 60-degree and sunny day in March I had the pleasure of interviewing Hayato Matsuzawa, a newly enrolled student in the Academic English Program at Bridge. Hayato told me that he loves living in Colorado, so I asked him some questions about his experience living here thus far. Hi Hayato. Tell me a […]