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A short testimonial from our Upper Intermediate student Grasiely

A short testimonials on Grasiely’s experience in Australia. Thanks for sharing with us 🙂

Grasiely“I arrived in Australia, because it was my husband’s dream. But, now I can say that it was the best choose in my life, because Sydney is the most beautiful place that I saw. When I arrived here, I didn’t have sufficient English to survive. However, I needed my husband’s help to do everything. The time passed and in the first month, I got my first job in a café. However, my first work’s day was very difficult, because I didn’t understand anything that my boss said. So, I always was thinking that I could do everything, I just needed to be strong and improve myself day by day. Of course, at the first time, is going to be very hard for everyone. But it is going to be easier if you used your problems to find a solution. So, I used this reason to study hard and I got better. I am so grateful to Ability school and all the teachers, because they have been essential to my progress.”

Grasiely – ABILITY English Upper Intermediate student

No regrets choosing EAP course, passionate teachers and good materials

Our ABILITY EAP 2 evening class students have written a short piece on their experience in ABILITY English.

“We chose Ability school because it has good facilities and excellent location near Central station. Also, it is one of the schools that offering academic course in the evening time with excellent quality.”

ABILITY English EAP Students in Australia

“Although it is difficult to balance the daily schedule between work and study, in the end we don’t regret study an EAP course , because this course help us to improve the speaking fluency though presentation, and develop the skill to write reports and essays. Lastly, ability has many passionate teachers and good materials.”

Jongbeom Choi, Zoe,Quan,Mirella, Lukas,Genny, Stefan

ABILITY English EAP Students in Australia

For more information about our EAP Courses please check this link: http://www.ability.edu.au/course-options/english-for-academic-purposes/

Don’t forget about daylight saving

Daylight saving time starts in Sydney and New South Wales for 2013 on October 6.

At 2am on that day, residents will wind their clocks forward for one hour to 3am.

Victoria, Tasmania, the ACT and South Australia also wind their clocks forward at this time. Queensland, Western Australia and the Northern Territory don’t observe daylight saving.

So don’t forget to set your clocks forward one hour before you go to bed Saturday night 🙂

 

Daylight Saving 2013

Film Night 2013 Movies – Part THREE

On the 4th of July (America’s Independence Day) ABILITY English Melbourne City Campus had their annual Film Night at Beer Deluxe in Federation Square. There were lots of students, teachers and student services staff and everyone had a GREAT TIME!!!!! There were at least 140 people on the night. – Read more at: http://www.ability.edu.au/latest-news/film-night-2013/

Today we are proud to release the third bunch of films made by our English students from our Melbourne City Campus for our annual Film night.

Here is another one of our student-made films from Melbourne ‘How Not to be a Killer Trailer’.
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‘Bobsled Melbourne’ is a sports comedy produced by the Upper Intermediate class at Melbourne City Campus for the recent film night..
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A comedy by our Melbourne’s Intermediate class ‘What Happened Last Night’ – what do you think?
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Our Business class from Melbourne produced this film ‘English Isn’t Easy Aren’t They’ for the recent film night.
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Film Night 2013 Movies – Part TWO

On the 4th of July (America’s Independence Day) ABILITY English Melbourne City Campus had their annual Film Night at Beer Deluxe in Federation Square. There were lots of students, teachers and student services staff and everyone had a GREAT TIME!!!!! There were at least 140 people on the night. – Read more at: http://www.ability.edu.au/latest-news/film-night-2013/

Today we are proud to release the second bunch of films made by our English students from our Melbourne City Campus for our annual Film night.

Melbourne students from our General English Plus (Intermediate) produced this video for our recent Film night: ‘Teachers Suck’.
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Here is one of student-made films from our Melbourne City Campus Film night: ‘Misconception’ by our Elementary class.
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Check out Melbourne’s Intermediate class production – ‘Land Down Under’.
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Our Pre Intermediate students from Melbourne City Campus produced the following film ‘Don’t Be Serious About Grammar’ for our recent film night. What do you think?
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Film Night 2013 Movies – Part ONE

On the 4th of July (America’s Independence Day) ABILITY English Melbourne City Campus had their annual Film Night at Beer Deluxe in Federation Square. There were lots of students, teachers and student services staff and everyone had a GREAT TIME!!!!! There were at least 140 people on the night. – Read more at: http://www.ability.edu.au/latest-news/film-night-2013/

Today we are proud to release the films made by our English students from our Melbourne City Campus for our annual Film night.

A touch of romance in our student-made film ‘All You Need is Love’ by Melbourne’s Upper Intermediate Evening class.
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The student-made film ‘Murder at Ability’ for our recent Melbourne City Campus Film night, was awarded best actress and best actor – check it out.
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A winner of the Best Film from the Melbourne City Campus film night

We are proud to present our Best Film from the Melbourne City Campus film night ‘Stealing Test Answers, Possible or Impossible’ by our Upper Intermediate class.

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International Business class at Taronga Zoo

Taronga Zoo ExcursionOn July 2 2013, the International Business class from Ability English in Sydney went on a field study trip to wonderful Taronga Zoo, which is on the shores of Sydney Harbour. Our purpose was to use our knowledge from our marketing and risk-assessment studies to evaluate their procedures and the facilities for local and international visitors, especially children.

We hope you enjoy our homemade production!