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You can choose your place and your budget :
 English in Action: 2h / week for 10 months ($320)
http://www.esuus.org/Engli...
 Choose your partner (and by the way future friend)
 Face to face conversation (over a cup of coffee)
This type of langu...
 Starbucks : good and very convenient
 La Colombe Atelier : very good coffee
319 Church St (Tribeca)
270 Lafayette Stree...
 Every Friday, 7-8 PM
 book all your next fridays !
 Facebook group  join us now !
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Engli...
 To break the ice = to do something friendly
Ex: To break the ice, let's invite our new neighbors to lunch.
 My hands ar...
The french kiss
English corner nyc   the french family
English corner nyc   the french family
English corner nyc   the french family
English corner nyc   the french family
English corner nyc   the french family
English corner nyc   the french family
English corner nyc   the french family
English corner nyc   the french family
English corner nyc   the french family
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  • Through ConversationExchange.com you can have three types of language exchange:
    1. Face to face conversation
    This type of language exchange is known as conversation exchange. You practice your second language by meeting up with native speakers living nearby
     
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  • Through ConversationExchange.com you can have three types of language exchange:
    1. Face to face conversation
    This type of language exchange is known as conversation exchange. You practice your second language by meeting up with native speakers living nearby
     
    2. Correspondence (pen-pal)
    You can improve your writing as well as reading skills by corresponding with a penpal. Simply exchange messages with members who are looking for a correspondence exchange!
     
    3. Text and voice chat
    Practice your foreign language by chatting with a native speaker and using your chat software of choice: Skype, Windows Live Messenger, Google Talk, etc
  • It means to do something friendly in order to overcome shyness or to ease tension in a social situation. "To break the ice, let's invite our new neighbors to lunch.“ When people's hands are tied they are unable to do as they would like. "I'd like to go shopping with you but my hands are tied for I have to stay at the office today," father said. When people are on pins and needles they are either very excited or very anxious. "The children are on pins and needles thinking about their trip to the zoo tomorrow." ( Very excited ) "Mr Singh is on pins and needles wondering if the noise he heard is from his pet cobra which escaped. ( Very anxious )
  • Transcript of "English corner nyc the french family"

    1. 1. You can choose your place and your budget :  English in Action: 2h / week for 10 months ($320) http://www.esuus.org/English_In_Action.htm  Columbia University: 6h / week for 3 months ($300) http://www.tc.edu/centers/communityenglish/  New York Language Center: 20 h / week for 1 month ($580) http://www.nylanguagecenter.com
    2. 2.  Choose your partner (and by the way future friend)  Face to face conversation (over a cup of coffee) This type of language exchange is known as conversation exchange. You practice your second language by meeting up with native speakers living nearby  Correspondence You can improve your writing as well as reading skills by corresponding with a penpal. Simply exchange messages with members who are looking for a correspondence exchange!  Text and voice chat Practice your foreign language by chatting with a native speaker and using your chat software of choice: Skype, Windows Live Messenger, Google Talk, etc Link : http://www.conversationexchange.com
    3. 3.  Starbucks : good and very convenient  La Colombe Atelier : very good coffee 319 Church St (Tribeca) 270 Lafayette Street (Soho)  Jacques Torres : very good hot chocolate 75 9th Avenue (Chelsea) http://www.mrchocolate.com/news/about/locations/  Maison Ladurée : macarons 864 Madison avenue entre 70th & 71st St. http://www.laduree.fr/en/maisons/monde  Financier Pâtisserie : very good french pastries many addresses in Manhattan http://financierpastries.com/  Sarabeth’s : pastries and lunch many addresses in Manhattan http://www.sarabeth.com
    4. 4.  Every Friday, 7-8 PM  book all your next fridays !  Facebook group  join us now ! http://www.facebook.com/pages/English-Corner-NYC/293837740663671?ref=ts
    5. 5.  To break the ice = to do something friendly Ex: To break the ice, let's invite our new neighbors to lunch.  My hands are tied = unable to do as I would like Ex: I'd like to go shopping with you but my hands are tied for I have to stay at the office today," father said.  To be on pins and needles = to be very excited or anxious Ex: The children are on pins and needles thinking about their trip to the zoo tomorrow. ( Very excited ) Mr Singh is on pins and needles wondering if the noise he heard is from his pet cobra which escaped. (Very anxious )  To be as busy as a bee = to be very busy Ex: Even though she’s 80 years old, my grandmother is still as busy as a bee .  To bite the dust Ex: 1. Sl. to die. A shot rang out, and another cowboy bit the dust. The soldier was too young to bite the dust. 2. Sl. to break; to fail; to give out. My old car finally bit the dust.  To take it easy = to relax Ex: She said I looked really tired, and told me to take it easy.
    6. 6. The french kiss
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