Our course is over.
Answers to previous tasks in the Keys-section
This year, the end of our course takes place in unusual conditions, but
let's look at it as another life experience.
The main thing now is that we are all fine
Let's hope everything will be settled and we can meet.
I thank everyone and wish you good health and good luck!
Feel free to send messages to my email - email@example.com,
Enrollment in courses starts on 1.7.
Feel free to share your situations, thoughts, feelings, etc.
My email is always the same: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hopefully, you liked the theme you were offered last week: What makes us happy...
There is a Key-set for this subject in the Key-section.
Additionally, just on the front page, you can see the lovely video on the same subject.
This week you are getting a new lot of texts and exercises, articles and videos.
The main subject is Our Common Land. In the frame of the current situation, we have already understood how small and fragile is our World.
We all need each other. We all interdepend on each other. But we are not similar. Watch the video series on some national features - Five Nationalities (Watch and Learn - section).
We are supposed to keep physical distance but it doesn't mean we should stop being socially close.
Thanking new technologies there are no obstacles to that.
To your precious attention, in section Home Task there is a set of various exercises (reading, writing, listening) on how feeling currently and how improving your own mood.
The answers to some exercises will be posted in a week.
Additionally, there are articles in section Read and Learn.
So even staying at home we can keep doing such fun and useful things as for instance learning English.
We have switched to distance learning in connection with the epidemic situation.
In the sections, you can find articles, exercises and videos. At this stage our main kinds of activities are reading, listening and writing if you are interested.
Let's hope that the situation will normalize in the nearest future and we will continue to work in normal mode.
See you in the fall.
The instructions are found in the section "Home task"
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“All in all, it was a never-to-be-forgotten summer — one of those summers which come seldom into any life, but leave a rich heritage of beautiful memories in their going — one of those summers which, in a fortunate combination of delightful weather, delightful friends and delightful doing, come as near to perfection as anything can come in this world.”
L.M. Montgomery, Anne's House of Dreams