Shakespeare slept here!

Read this blog ! Practice your English! Come on ( venga ya)!. No deadlines (fechas tope). No exams. It's just a fun way to learn the language. 

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Look around you. Listen. Some of your classmates speak foreign languages. They come from England and Ireland, France and Germany, Chile and Peru, and many other countries you'd love to visit some day. What are you waiting for? International exchange programs are a great way to see the world. You're not a tourist, you're a long-term visitor. You adapt. You learn. You grow.


Happy New Year to one and all.


Hello UE students, professors and staff,


What do Spaniards miss when they're traveling around the world? Spanish nightlife, family and friends and "jamón & chorizo". I've just discovered that you CAN find these Spanish delicacies abroad. When you go to Berkeley, California or London, England, you don't have to exist on hamburgers and pizzas. You can find "jamón & chorizo".


Students, employees, and visitors came to the UEM Language Center's XXII 2-day book sale on May 4th and 5th to donate books and buy books for as little as 1 and 2 Euros each. Student volunteers joined the teachers and staff who took turns at the stand talking about books they'd read, recommending books and collecting money for an NGO.


Do you like the music from the 60's and '70s and beyond? Yeah, I do too. You know, Chuck Berry’s ROLL OVER BEETHOVEN, Sam Cook’s WONDERFUL WORLD  “I don’t know much about history…,” Elvis’s BLUE SUEDE SHOES, IT’S NOW OR NEVER .


I hope you're all doing well and enjoying the fall trimester. I miss you and all the classes and good times we shared. Get involved and stay involved in all the Language Center activities. They're fun.


Colorín, colorado, Este año académico se ha acabado.

One more academic year has finished; 2014-2015 is a thing of the past.

And now....vacation! It's time to play.
You've taken your last exam, turned in your project, finished everything albeit at the last moment. It's August, finally!


It's now May, 2015, and the big questions is still- "Do YOU speak English? Do you do it with a smile? Can you communicate with others ?


Now though we say good-bye, I'll still be thinking of you and wondering what's going on at UEM. I won't know because I won't be there.

Have you finished your multimedia and attended all the classes? Are you getting everything done on time so you can relax? Do you plan to do volunteering? Are you practicing your English?