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An insightful story from one of our Sydney Ability teachers!!!!

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Yesterday I met up with a student at the beautiful Bronte and Tamarama beaches for some sunbaking, swimming and interesting conversation. We chatted effortlessly about our lives, her experience in Australia and at the school. I found myself recognising and marvelling at the improvement in her vocabulary, fluency and accuracy as compared to when she […]

Meet Shu… One of our Pronunciation Students :)

Shu a 20 year-old university student from Osaka. He’s very ambitious and wants to forge his own path in life. He plans to go to Canada when he graduates to improve his English skills even more.  Yesterday he took part in completed the Sydney marathon in just under 5 hours. Today he said “I’m sore, my […]

Intermediate 1 write about their life in Oz and this year’s World Cup!!!

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Hi! I’m Andrew and I teach Int 1 at Ability. My class were really interested in chatting/ blogging about their work and world cup experiences so I thought I would share just  some of them with the world. Actuallly, they were so interested in talking that it was difficult to make them write anything, but they were very […]

Comparing Sydney To Other Cities Around The World – Pre Intermediate 2

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Hello Everyone! This week, I asked my class about their hometown life and how different it is from their lives in Sydney. There is such a wide variety of culture in class, so I thought this would create an amazing conversation. As usual, my class didn’t disappoint! Everyone had a great time talking about the […]

A New Year … New Habits … And Other Things – INTERMEDIATE 1

Borram Lee Fireworks

I asked my class to submit their ideas and not only was it interesting to see that some of them had bagged to best places to watch fireworks but also were keen to get into the spirit of things by making New Years resolutions…hopefully at the end of the year they can revisit the blog […]