June 28, 2022

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An Final English Conversation Workshop on Lac de la Brienne Beach

Peter Lewis of Cornwall leads English conversation workshops for all levels, including the Trego Room in Luke’s Entertainment area, an in-depth, advanced workshop and a beginner workshop.

To speak English, it is necessary to know the most commonly used words and basic phrases. This is made possible by Luc-la-Primaube’s MJC, which has been offering English conversation workshops for all levels since November 2015. Peter Louise, originally from Cornwall, has lived in Avoron for many years and has been subjected to the spelling of our beautiful department. Wants to share its language and culture, leading English conversation workshops for all levels, including the Trego Room in Luke’s Entertainment area, an in-depth, advanced workshop and an introductory workshop. Courses aimed at learning the basics of the language, making it easier for you to communicate while you are abroad. These are the simple words that are considered the most important in communicating, to convey the message “Hello, how are you, please, thank you, yes, no, goodbye …”. This foundation should be considered a platform where you can interact and progress. Last Thursday, for the final lesson of the 2021-2022 season, Peter Lewis took his students to the sidewalk through Lock de la Bryan. Set up around a desk, they played with English crosswords with clues to enhance or test their vocabulary before sharing a delicious picnic in a friendly setting. Classes will resume in September and registrations will be taken by the end of August.

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