March Newsletter

March Newsletter 2018

American Language Center

OUR UPCOMING SPRING BIMESTER BEGINS MARCH 19TH AND 20TH!

  • General English (All 4 Skills)
  • Conversation
  • Test PreparationIndividualù

Every Friday we offer 4 hours of extra English practice FREE for conversation, grammar, writing and more!

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WORLD SPEECH DAY - MARCH 15, 2018


PARTNERSHIP FOR INTERNSHIP PROGRAMS IN THE USA!

۰ͼ Center and ELS Language Centers are proud to announce a partnership program with universities and colleges that offer established co-op and internship programs. A degree from an international university creates career possibilities. Add work experience, and employment doors open. Cooperative education and internship programs give you valuable experience in the professional world, allowing you to build necessary on-the-job skills prior to graduation. This will allow you to build your resume while you are still in school, and will help you in your job search when you return to your home country after completing your education. -gain professional skills and knowledge before you are finished with your education.

-learn about real-life work culture and gain real work experience

-gain access to employment opportunity networks

-get career counseling and benefit from training on writing and job applications

-increase your confidence and self esteem

CONGRATULATIONS!

۰ͼ Center would like to congratulate those students who are receiving university and college acceptancesw worldwide, including Bocconi, Cambridge, UCL, LSE, Warwick, Imperial, Duke, Cornell, Michigan, University of California, Drexel, Marquette, Virginia Tech, Hofstra, New York University, University of Pennsylvania, UMass and many others! Stay tuned for others coming on April 1st!

CONFERENZA & EXPO ANNUALE TESOL

۰ͼ Center will be attending the annual TESOL Conference and Expo in Philadelphia, March 27-30, 2018.

ST. PATRICK’S DAY IN THE USA

Though St. Patrick's Day originated in Ireland, the , parties, and practice of dyeing rivers green is a purely American tradition and celebration of Irish-American pride. The holiday was first celebrated in 18th- and 19th-century as a small religious celebration in honor of an important figure in Irish history.

The Greening of America

The first St. Patrick's Day parades or celebrations date back to the 18th century, celebrated by Irishmen within the British Army in America. In the 19th century, millions of Irish immigrated to the U.S., and they wanted to remember the country they'd left behind.

It was in the early 19th century that you saw municipal celebrations of St. Patrick's Day in places like Boston or New York, and they spread to other places with large Irish populations; as Irish Americans become politically powerful in big cities, cities themselves begin to back St. Patrick's Day parades celebrations.

St. Patrick’s Day Fun Facts:

There are 34 million U.S. Residents who have Irish Ancestry. Ireland has a population of 3.9 million.

Delaware, Massachusetts and New Hampshire have the largest populations of Irish Americans.

There are nine U.S. cities that share the name of Ireland’s capital, Dublin.

IDIOM OF THE MONTH

"March comes in like a lion, and goes out like a lamb..."

andIn like a lion, out like a lamb.
Prov. The month of March usually starts with cold, unpleasant weather, but ends mild and pleasant. (Either part of the proverb can be used alone.) March certainly is coming in like a lion this year; there's been a snowstorm every day this week. Jill: Today is March twenty-fifth, and it's beautiful and warm outside, when just two weeks ago, everything was covered with ice. Jane: In like a lion and out like a lamb, all right.

FAMOUS BIRTHDAY OF THE MONTH

Albert Einstein

Born in Ulm, Württemberg, Germany in 1879, Albert Einstein had a passion for inquiry that eventually led him to develop the special and general theories of relativity. In 1921, he won the Nobel Prize for physics for his explanation of the photoelectric effect and immigrated to the U.S. in the following decade after being targeted by the Nazis. Einstein is generally considered the most influential physicist of the 20th century, with his work also having a major impact on the development of atomic energy. Einstein died on April 18, 1955, in Princeton, New Jersey.

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