Kings College Londres oferese Kursu Inglés Báziku 2/Pre-intermediate online gratis - rejista ohin! ♥

Ba ema hotu-hotu ne'ebé iha interese atu aprende lian-Inglés, keta lakon oportunidade furak ida-ne’e.


Informasaun kona-ba kursu ne'e mak hanesan tuir mai:


Develop your English for a range of everyday situations


On this course you will build your English skills. You will develop your use of English in a wider range of everyday situations and grow your listening ability.


You will develop your English skills by hearing people speak in a range of situations, and you will test your knowledge by writing short responses to simple discussion questions.


By the end of the course you will feel more confident in your ability to speak and understand basic English.


What topics will you cover?

  • Asking for directions

  • Describing your town and where you live

  • Talking about your daily routine and activities

  • Talking about technology

  • Language for shopping and other daily tasks

  • Language for preparing for University

Rejista liuhusi link ida-ne'e:


https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/basic-english-pre-intermediate

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"A Woman of Independence"

BOOK INFORMATION
ISBN: 9781742624020
Format: eBook
Pub Date: 10/11/2007
Category: Biography & True Stories / Biography: general
Imprint: Macmillan Australia
Price: $16.99

"Alias Ruby Blade"

 

Feature Documentary Film (2012)

Using astonishing footage of the years-long resistance, director Alex Meillier presents a highly personal account of the courage needed to create a new democracy in modern times.

You can buy "Alias Ruby Blade" on Google Play Movies, YouTube as download or rent it on Google Play Movies, YouTube online.

About Me
I was born in Melbourne, Australia, in 1966. As a student of the Italian and Indonesian languages at Melbourne University in the 1980's I became aware of the plight of the people of a small half-island called East Timor. A colony of Portugal for 500 years, East Timor or "Timor-Leste" was invaded by its huge neighbour, Indonesia, in 1975. It's a long story, but like many Australians and other citizens of the world, it made me angry and sad to learn that my own government aided and abetted that invasion in order to gain the upper hand in negotiating access to oil and gas reserves in the Timor Sea, just north of Australia. At the cost of a quarter of a million Timorese lives. I decided to do something about it. And I still am today. 
 

Contact Me:

kirsty@alolafoundation.org

 

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