This week’s useful phrase is “help yourself”.
We use this phrase in English to let someone know that they can use, eat or drink something as much as they like. If you have some friends over and offer them some cookies, you could say to them, “help yourself”.
To keep an eye on someone (or something) means to watch them (or it) at the same time as doing something else.
Imagine you are busy cooking delicious curry for dinner, and your young children are playing in the living room. Maybe every ten or fifteen minutes you go into the living room to [...]
This month’s outstanding students are Jyouse, Keiko and Matsuo, Yoshie.
Both of these students are very fun to teach. They always come into class with great attitudes and work very hard at improving their English. They have improved a lot since they joined.
Every week they [...]
For those of you who remember our teacher Karen, who left Merry England two years ago and moved to London with her husband, we have some great news!
On August 3rd Karen had a beautiful baby girl called Mysha (said “Meesha”) Katherine!
What a gorgeous little girl!
Congratulations to both [...]