Tag: Learning English

Lexis Brisbane visits Life Flight! ✈️✈️

Last Wednesday, a group of our Lexis medical professionals visited Life Flight’s helicopter base at Archerfield Aerodrome with their teacher Catherine. Life Flight have over 130 medical crew and they perform over 4000 patient transfers a year! They attend to incidents such as natural…

☀️ 23 More Through Lexis Brisbane’s Doors! 🙌

Wow – what an incredibly busy morning here at Lexis Brisbane with a whopping 23 new students joining the #LexisFamily! ❤️️ We are absolutely on FIRE!! 🔥🔥 Let’s try to remember their names…: Back Row: Grazielly from Brazil, Patricio from Chile, Santiago from Colombia, Josefin from Germany, Larissa,…

🙋 New Students | 26/06/17 🙋

Good morning and welcome back to another week at Lexis Brisbane! This morning we welcomed another 7 students to the rapidly growing Lexis family. ❤️️ Say hello to…: Left to right: Luca from Switzerland, Mariana & Fabiana from Brazil, Sunmi from South Korea, Michiko from…

Let’s Learn About BRIS-VEGAS!! 🏢 🏫 ❤️️

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…

Welcome to Lexis Brisbane! 🙌 05/06/17

We started the first week of June with a bang – with a whopping 14 new students starting today!! 😀 Meet the newest members of the #LexisFamily! ❤ Back Row: Gaku from Japan, Anna from Germany, Luan and Karoline from Brazil, Jiyoung from South…

Lexis Brisbane’s Very Own Medical Professionals! 💪

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…

☕️ A little bit fancy… 🍰

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…

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