The students studying at the Kaplan English school in Sydney had a rare treat recently.
They got a chance to look at their own experience through the lens of an Instagram master, Ido Simyoni. He encouraged them to participate in the #KaplanExperience with the new set of skills they had learned. [click to continue…]
Sometimes you just need to tell someone to be quiet. The images below illustrate some of those idioms in a way that should make them easy to remember.
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Put a sock in it
Shut your pie hole
Zip your lips
Wind your neck in
A lot of people wonder about how to improve spoken English, but how many of them are 80 years old?
Probably not many!
Well, Samuel Malheiros from Brazil decided that age was no limit when he signed up to go back to school. He chose Kaplan’s English school in Oxford. [click to continue…]
Five students from Spain have been awarded a Béca-ME Scholarship for their truly inspirational essays.
They’ll learn English with Kaplan, who awarded these students the scholarship. [click to continue…]
Today’s English idioms use parts of the body. I had never really thought about how strange some of these can be until I saw them as a picture!
I don’t know about you, but with summer just around the corner, I’m starting to get itchy feet really bad!
What’s your favorite idiom below?Learn Body idioms with Kaplan