Matt’s and Sarah’s Intermediate General English classes joined forces to practise Superlatives in a different way: “Who has the biggest mouth?” “Who is the strongest?” The pictures are proof – learning grammar can be fun!
After the roaring success of last month’s watercolour painting class, and numerous requests for us to hold it again, the lovely Phil will be hosting another class next week. There are limited places available so please put your name on the activity sign on sheet asap!
Today I sat down with student Nicolas Boulanger to find out about his time at Lexis Noosa.
Where are you from: Ermeton-Sur-Biert, in Belgium Which program are you studying: I’m in the Teen Activity Program – first I did TAP Surf, and now I’m doing TAP General. In total I am here for 6 weeks (this is week 5) – I am on summer holidays from my school in Belgium. Why did you choose to come to Australia to learn English: My friends have gone to England and America to study and I wanted to go somewhere different. And I love Australia. Why did you choose Lexis?: My parents found out about Lexis and thought it would be a good idea. It was a great idea! What do you like to do in Noosa: Hang out with my friends, go surfing and being outdoors. What is your favourite thing about Lexis Noosa?: The teachers, they are close to their students, they’re approachable. They discuss with me, how and why, not just ‘at’ me. I like their style of teaching. What do you like to do in Belgium: I’m on the National Baseball Team, so I play a lot of baseball and train a lot too. Do you have any siblings (brothers or sisters)?: I have a little sister, she is 11 years old Do you have a life motto?: If you want something you’ve never had, you have to do something you’ve never done
Teacher, Aaron Roach, and Nicolas
Nicolas playing for the Belgium National Baseball team