Happy Holidays with English

Published on: 14/12/2020 By
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For many people December is a period where they look forward to a bit of a break for the holiday season at the end of the year. If you’ve got a bit more time to spare at this time of year, why not make the most of it and start improving your English. Read on to find out some useful tips from some of our best previous posts for talking about holidays in English!

Going on holiday is one of the highlights of the year. What are you going to do this December? Maybe you’re not able to travel as far as you might have wanted but either way hopefully you can make it a relaxing time.

It’s also an opportunity to spend a bit of that extra time you have on learning some new English phrases or revising some of the stuff that you’ve learnt throughout the year. We’ve pulled together some of the most useful posts related to holidays to give you some inspiration at the end of a very strange year! Read on to find out more about these English holiday phrases to help you communicate wherever you are.

 

Are you Holiday Ready?

You might not be able to travel as far as you want this year with the restrictions still impacting the world but it’s still worthwhile preparing yourself for the time when we are all able to fly off to exciting destinations and explore different cultures. This previous post includes some useful travel vocabulary that you’re definitely going to need when the world opens up again in the not-too-distant future!

Are you Holiday Ready?

How to Balance Learning, Working and Your Personal Life

Have you ever felt that there’s no way to cope with your work demands, your studies and your private life in a balanced way without letting one aspect affect the others negatively? Relax! You are not the only one. Many people all over the world feel the pressure and don’t know how to achieve a good balance. Don’t worry, as it’s a challenge that you will be able to handle. Read on to learn some tips that you may find helpful.

How to Balance Learning, Working & Your Personal Life

How to say days of the week, months and dates in English?

A really useful thing to learn in English is how to say the days of the week, months and dates in English. Days and dates are essential for organizing meetings, making holiday reservations, and for planning social activities. Read this previous post to get some of the most useful vocabulary.

How to say days of the week, months and dates in English?

Say Hello to Travelling the World from Home

One of the most common reasons why people learn English is to help them enjoy traveling the world and communicating with people from different cultures. Although coronavirus might be making that harder at the moment, it’s still possible to connect with people from other countries and chat to people in English. Read on to find out more about how you can Say Hello to new experiences from the comfort of home!

Say Hello to Travelling the World from Home

Don’t Waste your Free Time – Learn English with Our Unique Method

The free time we have away from work and studies is extremely valuable, offering us the opportunity to relax, have fun and do useful things. But how do we actually use this time, and how could we use it better? Read on to find out.

Don’t Waste your Free Time – Learn English with Our Unique Method

 

So, what are you going to do this holiday season? If you want to find out more about how we can help you to improve your English then visit the Our Method page or find out more about Wall Street English near you with Our Locations.

 

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Joe is the Marketing Content Manager at Wall Street English International in Barcelona, Spain. His career has spanned Government policy advisor roles, English teaching & teacher training and now digital content marketing. He is from the UK originally but now spends his free time cycling around Spain, enjoying fine food and DJing!

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