Month: September 2018

Healthy Smoothies and Juices

OMG look at all this preparation for smoothies and juices activity today. Students got their hands “dirty” with chopping, slicing and peeling – happy faces confirm it was one great afternoon with yummy treats 🙂

Queen’s Birthday Activities

Our students decided to start the Queen’s Birthday Celebrations a bit early this week. Ben’s Upper-Intermediate had a full breakfast with sausages, scrambled eggs on toast, and juice (followed by the Unit test -.- ) while both Cambridge First (FCE) classes had an International…

Graduation 28.09.18 🎓🎓🎓

Today we have to say goodbye to more wonderful students. As always it’s sad to see our students leave ❤ Best of luck to you all & Don’t forget to keep in touch. Facebook page- Lexis English Brisbane  

This Weekend in Brisbane

Saturday 29 September | Riverfire South Bank, Cultural Forecourt Late September every year Brisbane ignites with a fierce firepower greater than anything else. It’s Riverfire night. Brisbane’s night of nights. Find a prime location, book a riverside restaurant, claim a spot at South Bank…

Aww Lexis Hard Working Students

Love seeing this !!! Look at those hard working students 🙂 After classes they make sure they practice some more to get better at English – aaww meltiiiing 💗

Ben’s Grammar Tip of the Week

Articles In English we have simple grammar rules for articles, compared to other languages. We have 4 articles: A /An = Singular Nouns The = Singular or Plural Nouns (None)  = Plural Nouns When we use A/An simply means ‘ANY’. When we are speaking to someone…

TEACHER’S BIO

Presenting Paola…. Our Academic Manager and former teacher 🙂  TEACHER’S BIO LANGUAGES YOU SPEAK English – Spanish – Survival Portuguese I ALWAYS WANTED TO BE…? A teacher WHEN YOU ARE IN BRISBANE, DON’T MISS OUT…. The Eat Street Markets BRISBANE BEST-KEPT SECRET IS… The little…

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