- "I was wondering, is there any way that we could move these meetings up earlier in the morning?"
- "It's obvious that the company isn't doing well."
- "Make sure they're cooked all the way through."
- "Over one in five Americans suffer from obesity."
- "Excuse me, I wanted to see about opening a small business checking account."
Category Archives: News
Labor School ESO Students, As of Tuesday 15th November, Labor English Zone is hosted at wordpress.com due to some trouble at our old site. We hope you will find our new site as easy to navigate as the old one. … Continue reading
Labor School Students, Halloween is approaching and to celebrate it at LaborEnglishZone we give you again a very interesting post on the origins of this holiday. Have a nice Halloween and enjoy the post! Photo by our Primary Physical Education … Continue reading
Labor ESO Students, We give you now the post published today, Thursday 27th October, on High School, the educational supplement at the Huffington Post about the dangers of excessive texting for teenagers’ health. About 75 percent of 12-17 year-olds in America … Continue reading
ESO Students, Please remember that you can find this calendar of English tests, exams, tasks and deadlines at the bottom of this blog at any time of the schoolyear. If you click on the different items (blue arrows, month arrow, … Continue reading
Today, Friday 16th, ESO students have had their 1st 2011-12 schoolday. But serious work starts on Monday… or not quite, as at Labor School ESO 4 students will receive their friends from our partner schools in Poland and Estonia. And … Continue reading
Labor’s Living a Celebration!! We are celebrating at Labor School. On Friday 3rd we are holding our traditional open-doors festival day and theme celebration: The Universe this year! Everybody is welcome. Have fun! No copyright infringement intended. For educational, non-commercial … Continue reading
We reproduce now the article by Aidan Radnedge published on Metro yesterday, Thursday 14th April: A blind girl who is fluent in four languages has become the youngest interpreter to work at the European Parliament – at the age of ten. Alexia Sloane … Continue reading