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June 10, 2014

Great New Accommodation Next Door to Leeds Language College


If you are looking for excellent quality student accommodation in Leeds contact http://www.collegiate-ac.com/ which is based in the heart of Leeds city centre, in the building next door to Leeds Language College Ltd.

The accommodation comprises of brand-new, fully-furnished one and two bedroom apartments with on-site cinema, gym, common and reading rooms. High speed broadband is available in the building and students are given 24-hour on-site support and concierge services.

Students are charged an all-inclusive bill with no hidden extras.
For details contact:

http://www.collegiate-ac.com/
Accommodation Manager
Pennine House
Russell Street
Leeds
LS1 5RN
+44 113 3200 364
phl@collegiate-ac.com
Posted by      LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE LTD at 4:29 PM BST | Comments (0)

May 12, 2014

Phrase of the week: I like my own space


Definition: means that someone feels better when he/she is in a place, which belongs to him/her. Commonly used when someone needs to be alone, to take some time for thinking about something or just to have a rest.

Synonyms: Home Sweet Home, private space, a space of my own, living on my own

Examples:
- How can I have my own space while being married?
- I love my family and my friends. But sometimes I need my own space

Links:
- The Thesaurus.com : http://thesaurus.com/browse/own
Posted by      LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE LTD at 11:06 AM BST | Comments (0)

May 8, 2014

Phrase of the week: I am pretty annoyed


Definition: means that someone feels a slight irritation by troublesome, often created by repeated acts.

Synonyms: irritated, miffed, nettled, peeved, pissed, pissed off, roiled, stung, steamed

Examples:
- I was pretty annoyed at being woken up so early.
- I am pretty annoyed by the results of my exams.

Links:
- The Free Dictionnary.com : http://www.thefreedictionary.com/annoyed
Posted by      LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE LTD at 11:05 AM BST | Comments (0)

May 6, 2014

KNARESBOROUGH PHOTOS


Dear All
Here is a link to the photos from our trip to Knaresborough on 2nd May 2014:

https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10152360901229431.1073741851.237510424430&type=1


Kind regards,
Leeds Language College Ltd.
Posted by      LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE LTD at 10:38 AM BST | Comments (0)

April 22, 2014

Karaoke Video and Photos


Dear Students
A new video (and photos) have been posted on our facebook page:

1) Karaoke Night Video - Our talented students!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nrGOq3j_I-Y

2) Photos from visit to Thackray Medical Museum:
https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10152329489004431.1073741849.237510424430&type=1

3) More Photos from Karaoke Night:
https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10152329499964431.1073741850.237510424430&type=1

Kind regards,
Leeds Language College Ltd.
Posted by      LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE LTD at 4:29 PM BST | Comments (0)

April 15, 2014

Photos from York


Dear Students
The photos from the trip to York are now available for download from our facebook page. Please go to the following link:

https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10152313397964431.1073741847.237510424430&type=1


Kind regards,
Leeds Language College Ltd.
Posted by      LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE LTD at 10:19 PM BST | Comments (0)
Tags: york

April 10, 2014

Phrase of the week: Better safe than (to be) sorry


Definition:
When someone thinks you should be cautious, that is not to take risks even when the situation seems boring or too easy to be careful; so that you will not have problems later.

Examples:
- I'll hold the ladder while you climb up. Better safe than sorry.
- It may be time-consuming to check the oil in your car every time you buy gasoline, but better safe than sorry.

Resources:
http://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/Better+safe+than+sorry
http://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/british/better-safe-than-sorry
Posted by      LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE LTD at 10:44 AM BST | Comments (0)

April 1, 2014

Phrase of the week: I like to chill out


I like to chill out:

Definition:
To chill out means to relax completely, or not allow things to upset you.
But, if you say, "Chill out!" to someone who is angry or agitated about something, you're telling them to calm down.

Synonyms:
To relax, Take things easy, Take a break.

Examples sentences:
I'm just chilling out in front of the TV.
I like to chill out with my friends and listen to music.

Resources:
http://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/british/chill-out
http://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/chill+out
Posted by      LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE LTD at 10:40 AM BST | Comments (0)

March 26, 2014

CLOCKS GO FORWARD THIS SUNDAY MORNING


Dear Students,

On Sunday, 30th March 2014, 01:00:00 clocks are turned FORWARD 1 hour, in the U.K.
If you want to know more and why we change the clocks, please read the following article:

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/clocks-change-you-need-know-3271218

Kind regards,
Leeds Language College Ltd.
Posted by      LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE LTD at 12:38 PM GMT | Comments (0)
Tags: clocks

March 21, 2014

Phrase of the week


Definition:
- To make one's mind up: to decide what to choose
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- When a person can't make one's mind up: When he/she can't make a decision because he/she is facing with a number of alternatives.

Synonyms:
Make one's mind up:
- To choose, to decide, to pick out, to select

Example sentences:
- I have to decide which job I want, the one in London or the one in Paris, but I can't make my mind up.
- I can't make my mind up whether to go or not.

Resources:
- http://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/make+up+mind
- http://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/british/make-up-your-mind
Posted by      LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE LTD at 1:21 PM GMT | Comments (0)

March 19, 2014

Photos


Posted by      LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE LTD at 4:40 PM GMT | Comments (0)

March 13, 2014

- Phrase of the week -


- Fingers Crossed -

Definition:
A written or spoken phrase associated with the gesture that means a good luck charm and also a security symbol.
Keep one's fingers crossed (for someone or something) and cross one's fingers to wish for luck for someone or something, sometimes by actually crossing one's fingers.

Synonym:
Good luck
Hoping the best

Example sentence:
Hope you win the race Saturday. I'm keeping my fingers crossed for you.

Resources:
http://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/keep+fingers+crossed
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crossed_fingers
Posted by      LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE LTD at 9:02 AM GMT | Comments (0)

January 29, 2014

KARAOKE NIGHT PHOTOS 28TH JANUARY 2014


Dear Students
Here are some photos from last night's Karaoke Night:

https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10152149017534431.1073741840.237510424430&type=1

Join us for Bowling Night on Thursday 6th February, Pub Night 14th February or Karaoke Night 18th February.

Kind regards,
Leeds Language College Ltd.
Posted by      LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE LTD at 11:39 AM GMT | Comments (0)

January 28, 2014

Photos of Students December 2013


Dear Students
Here is a link to our facebook album showing some photos from our end of term games and activities in December 2013:

https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10152147475704431.1073741839.237510424430&type=1
Posted by      LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE LTD at 6:28 PM GMT | Comments (0)

January 16, 2014

Phrase of the week


- Look on the bright side -

Definition:
Idiom. Means try to consider the positive aspects of a negative situation, to see something good in a bad situation.

Synonyme:
Look on the bright side. Things could have been much worse than they are.

Resources:
http://idioms.thefreedictionary.com/look+on+the+bright+side
Posted by      LEEDS LANGUAGE COLLEGE LTD at 3:54 PM GMT | Comments (0)



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