Pronunciation: The alphabet

Hello:

One of the most basic, yet most indispensable things in any language is the alphabet.

In English it is particularly essential due to the high number of interactions that require spelling personal information.
In this video lesson with our friend Gwion,you and your children can practice the , sometimes tricky, pronunciation of the alphabet in English.

We hope you like it:

Cheers.

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Welcome Back to English class

Welcome-Back

It has been almost a month now since we started again with the English lessons. During these first weeks our students have been reviewing the basics and have already started progressing in their new materials. Soon we will upload some pictures of the groups with their teachers.

We are really looking forward to meeting you on the parents’ meeting that will take place in Novemeber, we will keep you posted with the dates and details.

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Ha pasado ya casi un mes desde que empezamos con las clases de inglés, Durante estas primeras semanas los alumnos han estado repasando las bases y han empezado a avanzar con sus nuevos materiales, ya están preparados para seguir trabajando y pasarlo en grande. Pronto subiremos fotos de los grupos con sus profesoras.

Tenemos ya muchas ganas de veros en la reunión de padres que tendrá lugar este Noviembre, os mantedremos informados con los detalles y la fecha.

Food Game!

Hello families:

Some of our students have recently studied food vocabulary. Therefore, we would like to share with you a great and simple game so that they can practice and learn in a funny way. We hope you enjoy it.

Cheers.

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Kaixo:

Gure San Felixeko ikasle batzuk elikagaien inguruko hiztegia ikasi dute, birpasa dezaten jokutxo hau “Food game” elkarbanatzea interesgarria iruditu zaigu. Ea gustokoa duzuen!

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Hola familias:

Algunos de nuestros estudiantes han aprendido el vocabulario relacionado con los alimentos, por ello nos gustaría compartir con vosotros este pequeño juego que les servirá para repasar de una manera divertida. Esperemos que os guste.

Un saludo.

Food Game.

Back to Business. De vuelta al trabajo. Lanera berriro ere

This week our students started the lessons again after the Easter break. They have come to class with the batteries fully charged so they have begun working on some collaborative tasks. ¡It has been a great reunion!

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 Esta semana nuestros alumnos han retomado las clases tras el parón de Semana Santa. Han venido con las energías renovadas por lo que han empezado a trabajar en algunos proyectos en grupo. ¡Ha sido un gran reencuentro!————  

Aste honetan gure ikasleak eskolei berriro ekin diete Aste Santuko etenaldia eta gero.  Indar berrituekin etorri dira,  horrexegatik talde-proiektu ezberdinetan lanean hasi dira. Sekulakoa izan da berriro ere topa egitea!

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Saint Patrick’s day explained!

Hello you all:

Next week we are celebrating Saint Patrick’s day, an Irish celebration that is becoming popular here as well.

With the following song, your kids will understand the origin of these great festivity. In addition, they will listen to the characteristic Irish accent!

Song:

SAINT PATRICK’S DAY SONG LYRICS:
“The story of St Patrick’s Day
Began so long ago
The lyrics in this song
Will tell you
All you need to know
The seventeenth of March
Is when this joyous holiday
Is celebrated happily
With colorful parades

Dee Lai Dee Dai Dee
Dai Dee Dai Dee
Lai Dee Dai Dee Dai
Hummm…Hummm…

Patrick was only sixteen when
The pirates captured him
They sold him to slavery
And took him to Ireland

He kept the faith
And made his escape
When he was twenty-two
And made it back to Britain
‘Twas the only home he knew

Patrick had a vision
To return to Ireland
And vowed to teach Christianity
Until the bitter end
Legend says that Patrick used
The shamrock to explain
That the Father, Son and Holy Ghost
Are all and one the same

On this day the Irish dress
In many shades of green
And some are feeling lucky
With the leprechauns they’ve seen
It’s music and fun for everyone
We’ll party and we’ll play
Come one, come all
Come join along
On this St. Paddy’s Day!”