It’s the first week of our new Option Classes, and what a fun first week it has been!
Today as part of Laura’s Discover Australia class, she took her students over to the iconic Brisbane City Hall – one of the oldest buildings in town. There, students attended the 100% Brisbane exhibit at the museum where they learned all about the history, listened to famous stories and other fun facts about our beautiful city. ❤
They even have “smelly tubes” that produce scents that remind you of Brisbane. Such fragrances included “Thunder Storm”, “Frangipani Flowers” and “Fresh Grass”. Kind of weird but VERY COOL at the same time, don’t you think?! 😀
Students had to also take notes of what they learned throughout the lesson, as they had to answer a questionnaire about Brisbane. Who thinks they can score 100%? 😉
Hey everyone! Happy Monday, and welcome back to another week at Lexis Brisbane. The June calendar is now ready for your viewing pleasure, so pencil in those dates as we have heaps happening this month!!
What else is on this month: Wednesday, 31st May:State of Origin! Make sure to wear maroon or blue to show your support for your favourite team. Staff are also encouraged to dress up! GO QUEENSLAND!!
Despite having only 3 students leave us today, it is still sad saying goodbye. We wish you all the very best of luck on your upcoming journeys, and we hope you had a wonderful time here at Lexis Brisbane. Please keep in touch!! ❤ ❤
Lexis Brisbane has recently started a new English for Medical Professionals (EMP) course, which has gained a lot of interest. This course is designed for those who are looking to work, or have been working in the medical profession – such as nurses, chiropractors and even doctors!
We currently have 4 lovely young ladies taking part in this course, which commenced again from today. They are learning from Lexis’ very own English teacher/chemist Catherine, who has years of experience in this field! 🙂 Wow!!
If you’re interested in taking this course, talk to one of our friendly staff who can help you with your options! 🙂
Recently, our Intermediate classes have been learning all about ‘Indirect Questions’ such as “Could you pass me the tea?” or “Would you be able to cut me a slice of cake?”. Today in the student kitchen, they practiced using this very polite style of speech at the Lexis Tea Party, where even the Queen herself made an appearance. What a great idea! 🙂
Goodbye and good luck to all our lovely students who are leaving us this week! We hope you enjoyed your time at Lexis, and continue using your English out in the real world. Whether you’re staying in Brisbane, travelling or going back home, take care and keep in touch! ❤ ❤
Today, one of our ex-Lexis students received some very happy news! Meet the lovely Risa. ☀️
Risa with her IELTS teacher Eugene
Risa is from Japan and is currently doing an internship here at Lexis Languages Japanese school. Risa comes from a background of teaching in Japan, and is now a fully qualified Japanese teacher in Australia!
After her IELTS plans didn’t work out in Japan, she decided to take the exam here in Brisbane at the University of Queensland. This morning, she received her scores…: