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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. 

Últimas publicaciones
07Jul

Location! That's the key to success. Or is it?

Are you an entrepreneur? You start with one shop in a great location,good products, friendly personnel, and business acumen. Local advertising + a lot of word of mouth, and your start-up is a success.

30Jun

The automobile industry is in crisis. Well, it is in some parts of the world.

22Jun

It's June 21st, the Summer Solstice. School's out. June grades are out. Everybody should be out, enjoying the good weather and heading for the beach or the mountains or another country!

10Jun

Remember when you had summer homework, year after ye

27Mayo

Put yourself on the map! Be a UEM LAB REPORTER around the world!

23Mayo

Are you tech savy? Do you have all the most up to date gadgets and appliances? Do you miss them terribly when you are away? When you travel do you expect all the same technology as you have at home?

13Mayo

Pronunciation is important.
Practice speaking whenever you can. As the saying goes "practice makes perfect."
So.........keep practicing.One of these days you may have to say something that's really
important, and you'll want to be sure that people understand you.

Talk to yourself in the mirror. What do you look like? What do you sound like?

10Mayo

Sometimes signs are not enough:

NO PARKING! And everyone parks anyway.
DON'T WALK! And everyone crosses the street.
DON'T SIT HERE!

This photo was taken in BATH, ENGLAND. Obviously, no sign was necessary!
Wendy

04Mayo

You've been going to school for years.Have you ever had the chance to give your opinion about your teachers and classes? Here at the UEM you do. And now, as one more academic year is coming to a close, we want to know what you think about your English language course at the UEM LAB.

29Abr

Learning English can be fun!
Wait a minute. Learning English = Fun? That's not the usual equation.
Studying a language is supposed to be hard work. It is.