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Issue #094 -- Week 21/02/16-27/02/16
March 01, 2016

Greetings and General Information

A warm welcome to our new subscribers! I wish you will find My English Club fun and instructive and I look forward to welcome you as a new valued member soon. Read, learn and communicate around the world!

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Grammar Lessons

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Grammar ~ Separable or Nonseparable Phrasal Verbs

Today we have an additional point to our lesson on phrasal verbs. I promised to continue this matter in the future and now it is as good a time as ever, so please find it at the bottom of the Phrasal Verbs page.

We don't have any exercises for this one so far, but I encourage you to try to understand the use of these particles, to aid your fluency in speaking. Just the slight mental hesitation in your attempt to juggle with the words you want to use and it slows you down considerably - tell me I'm wrong!

Writing ~ The Fiery Image

So what can a writer use to enact a scene from his/her imagination onto the paper? What if what you read about only exists in the author's wild imagination? You get an image out of this world, which you need to use your mind to decipher by interpreting the meaning the respective piece of writing gives you specifically. Please find this on The Fiery Image page. We shall continue to look into the details of various other types of images a writer can use, depending on his/her style and chosen genre.

English for Travelling ~ What To Do on a Visit to London?

In issue 91 of our e-zine, I made a suggestion that we could slowly look into ways of using our English for various stages of a holiday. Today we are considering ways of expressing suggestions for activities, by using some ready-made examples for you of an invitation to London.

Find this stage of an invitation at the bottom of the English for Travelling page, after the form you had for a little practice in our last lesson. In our next issue we shall continue with our vocabulary sessions for travelling purposes, as this is a strong interest among our students.

This is it for now, my friends!

I hope you find this information useful and not too confusing. Even though you're at the stage of building on it, have patience at this point in your learning and you'll be able to reap the fruit of your work later on, whichever aspect of our lessons you are concentrating on.

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All the best from me until next time,

Lucia da Vinci

Founder of My English Club

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