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.
As the leaves on trees start to change and the air becomes crisper this time of year, Bridge students at our downtown Denver center have a whole new list of cool-weather activities to experience. Check out the different ways to enjoy the fall and winter seasons in Denver when English class is over.
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 […]
Gabriel is a Brazilian student who is currently studying at BridgeEnglish, Denver. In Brazil, he works as a manager of a bank and of a pizzeria. When he returns home to Sao Paulo, he will put his new English skills to use and help with translating at the bank. He has greatly enjoyed his time studying English at Bridge and exploring Denver! We asked Gabriel to tell us a bit more about himself and his experience here in Denver.
Marc is a student that is studying at BridgeEnglish Denver. He chose to study English because it is one of the well known languages in the world. Once he graduates from the program, he will return to Switzerland as a chef and continue to practice his English as a hobby. Someday, he’d like to fulfill […]
The holidays are upon us again! There’s snow on the ground and lights are hung, so we should all be feeling the spirit of the season by now. But if you still need a bit of a kick-start to get in the festive mood, or you’re just looking for more ways to soak in the magic of the season, Denver has plenty of events and activities to celebrate this special time of year.
At BridgeEnglish, we base our curriculum on the concept of full immersion. Students enrolled in our programs speak English in their classes, with their host families, and at events outside of the classroom. Otisa is the new Front Office Coordinator at BridgeEnglish in Denver. She is actively engaged with the students at BridgeEnglish and plans the student activities. We asked her some questions about these activities and their overall importance. Here is what she had to tell us!
The English language can be very fun, rich, and interesting due to our use of idioms. An idiom is a “figurative” expression. The meaning of an idiom and the way in which it is used is different from how the dictionary would define it. The best way to learn these is to read and listen to native speakers. Find out what the idiom, “Every cloud has a silver lining” means.
Nathalie erased her fear of English and turned it something much stronger than she ever could have imagined.