Quick English Summer Activities

When it’s hot and you want to relax, learning English might be the last thing you want to do! And while it’s true that taking a break is good for your brain and memory, you don’t want to lose everything you’ve learnt!

So, a good way to maintain your English is through quick activities that are also fun. You can do this when you join the English Summer Camp! This is what you get:

English Songs

Songs are great for learning any language. They help you with your listening and pronunciation (especially if you sing along) as well as your vocabulary and phrases. There’s also evidence to suggest that music helps with your memory, as it combines rhythm, sound and meaning.

In the English Summer Camp, I’ll share some songs with you. These are songs that I’ve chosen because they’re slow and easy to understand, but are also very popular in our culture.

English Short Stories

Reading is one of the best ways to learn new vocabulary – and to learn sentence structure and grammar patterns. You can read at your own speed, which makes it another relaxing activity.

I’ve chosen some super short stories for you (rather than longer stories) so that you get a sense of satisfaction when you finish them!

English Group Classes

This is the best way to improve your speaking and fluency. During the English Summer Camp you get free group classes where you can practise your speaking with me – and with other people. The lessons are on Zoom, and you also get the chance to win some fabulous prizes.

Thank you to everyone you joined English Summer Camp – it was a lot of fun! If you’d like more ways to speak English, come and join me in the English Fluency Club!