Exciting New Classes in LELL

Hello everybody, I hope 2024 is treating you all nicely 😊. Kudos to us for surviving the cold weather (phew). May March bring lots of warm days, sunshine, and good things our way.

March is also bringing in a lot of exciting programs for LELL. Along with the current classes we are all set to start the following programs for LELL:

  • Conversation Circle: These classes will provide a structured environment for language learners to practice speaking and listening skills, receive feedback, and engage in cultural exchange. They offer networking opportunities and help learners to boost their confidence. To provide our Learners with the best services we try our best to develop new courses and activities to give them all the chances to learn and grow.
    Starting date: March 20th
    Location: PALS
    Days: Wednesdays
    Time: 2:00-4:00 pm


  • News for You: welcome to News for You! The Program offers easy-to-read news stories to help you learn English. they post seven new stories every Wednesday, complete with audio, exercises, vocabulary, puzzles, and a poll. Plus, don’t miss their weekly News Roundup every Monday. Their articles are based on reports from The Associated Press and The Washington Post and are carefully reviewed for accuracy and readability by education professionals and editors.
    Starting date: March 29th
    Location: PALS
    Days: Fridays
    Time: 10:30-12:30 pm


  • LELL Drop-in Classes at Stanley Milner Library: Embark on a language journey with our English Language Learning class designed exclusively for adult learners seeking to improve their English language proficiency. This engaging course focuses on all four skills of language learning (reading, writing, speaking, and listening) along with grammar.
    Starting date: March 18th
    Location: Edmonton Public Library, downtown
    Days: Mondays and Wednesdays
    Time: 6:00-8:00 pm

If you are interested in registering for any of these classes, please reach out to me.

A VERY WARM WELCOME to our new Tutors; Tessy, Ken, Jianan, Agnieszka, and Naasir. PALS is very excited to start new programs with you 😊 and a big thank you to all our current tutors for your big support 😊.

Finally, before we go, here is a fun English Idiom for you:

Hold your horses!

When someone tells you to “hold your horses,” they’re not asking you to find a horse to hold onto. Instead, they’re advising you to stay calm or slow down. This phrase dates to ancient times, even appearing in Homer’s Iliad. Originally literal, it’s now used figuratively to urge someone to be patient or cautious.

Meaning: It’s a reminder to be patient or careful.

Example: “Hold your horses! I’m not paying up yet; the game’s far from over!”

LELL Coordinator

Ravneet Shergill
Call: 780-424-5514, press 2

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