April Fool's Day!
Have you heard of (April Fool's Day?)
April Fool's Day originated in France, migrated to England, and is now celebrated in the U.S. and about 11 other countries in the world. In America, April Fool's is celebrated on April 1st. It is a day where we play practical jokes and pranks on our friends, family, and coworkers. It is important to note that at the end of the prank or joke, you have to say "April Fool's," to let the people know that there was a prank (joke) played. Have fun. Please ask any Native English Teacher for some jokes or ideas. Thanks for playing.
Saint Patricks Day
Last week we celebrated the day of Saint Patricks Day which is offically on March 17th. It is a day where the Irish people from Ireland and around the world celebrate the famous saint Patrick by wearing green clothes and finding a lucky four leaf clover. Are you wearing green this week? Tell us all about it.
Certificates are out!
As the school year comes to a close, the students have received their certificates of completion for the conversation classes. They did a good job this year, learning the different phrases and vocabulary, so take a look at them when you get a chance. (For full year students only!)