Here’s a chance to get insights into an English lesson at Maltalingua. This blog will transport you to Malta and places you inside one of […]
How to Write a Great CV
Where do you start? When embarking on a new life in an English-speaking environment, be it in your own country or abroad, you will almost […]
Informal conversation – How’s it going?
Informal / Formal and when to use it Informal conversation is usually between friends and co-workers, generally people that you know or have met before, […]
Fully immerse yourself in the English Language – A Teachers Guide
Learn English in Malta! One of the best ways to fully immerse yourself in the English language is to stay in a native speaking country, […]
Idioms, Puns and Jokes!
Let’s get creative with the English language and see how well you get on with these! Every language has plenty of jokes, which can seem […]
What the Dickens? – Christmas Idioms
10 of the most common English Language idioms Idioms can prove to be quite challenging, even for the most proficient of English learners, mostly due […]
What Makes a Good Teacher?
Have you ever wondered why there are always some teachers who seem to be ‘better’ than others? Everybody remembers having someone very motivating, patient, dedicated […]
Free English Lessons – Learning and Developing New Vocabulary
Without vocabulary, we would not be able to express ourselves or communicate. As we all know it is very difficult to remember new vocabulary so […]
Free English Lessons – More tips to help with “-ed” endings!
The suffix -ed can be used to end a regular verb in its past simple or past participle form (climbed, watched, started), or to end […]