Sunday, December 20, 2009

Abdallah's news

- I like most fruit, apart from grapes.
- Even though I read grammar over and over again, it's still difficult for me.
- I couldn’t be ready for the exam last week due to my brother’s wedding.
- Since I couldn't go to Ali’s party I tried to send a message to him, but there was no coverage.
- While my best friend was talking on his cell phone someone came up quickly on a bicycle and stole his phone.

Abdalla Ben Nji
Upper Intermediate

Thursday, December 17, 2009

A very wonderful garden

Yethreb's upper-intermediate students are learning about the Eden Project in Cornwall. It's a garden that uses exhibits, events, workshops and educational programmes to remind people what nature gives to us and to help people to learn how to look after it in return. In class we'll discuss the possibility of having a similar project in our community.

The Eden Project's website is here: Eden Project

Tuesday, December 08, 2009

What's in my future?

I've got a shop, so I work as a shopkeeper. It's hard work but it's good. I might open another one next month. But I want to work as an engineer for a government company. It will be interesting there. I won't be married before that. Now I'm studying an English course. I'll be able to speak fluently with Mrs. Khadija. God willing.

Khaled Alhemaly

In the future....

  • I'll stay at home all day.
  • we'll have robots in our homes.
  • we might be able to fly without pilots.
  • I won't stay at home all day only.
  • I'll be able to do a computer degree.

Mohamed Tantoush

My dreams for the future

I won't want to have lots of children because life is becoming more and more difficult everyday. I know it's out of my reach, but that's my opinion at the moment. I'll do Umra and Hajj, God willing, if I have enough money. But the first thing I might do is build a beautiful house with a nice garden. These are not all of my dreams.

Abdulbasset Tantoush

Sunday, December 06, 2009

IELTS Preparation students - look here!

The IELTS prepartion students are learning to write about graphs, trends and changes. Click on the image above or this link: to play a game to help you learn some useful verbs used to describe graphs.

More for IELTS - Describing Graphs

This is a helpful website about describing graphs for IELTS. Click on the image above to visit the website or click on this link: