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To reach a member of the EAL team, please use the email address provided on the Staff Page.
Teaching English, Building Community
English At Large programs serve adult immigrants who live or work in our 24-Community Service Area in Greater Boston.
Each year hundreds of volunteers, trained and supported by EAL staff, provide individual and small group instruction to their immigrant neighbors and friends, helping them build their English language skills and understanding of American culture as they gain the skills and confidence they need to join in their communities and achieve their life goals.
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English learners! In today's lesson from Bob the Canadian, you will learn how to form a sentence to talk about things that happened in the past using the words "used to" and "would". (And you don't even need to conjugate the verbs). Wow! ow.ly/v0Ck50LSENY ... See MoreSee Less
English learners! Come rain or come shine, we will continue to help you understand English! Here are a few expressions to save for a rainy day! ... See MoreSee Less
English Learners! Today we are posting an audio lesson from ELLLO that features Sarah and Todd talking about soup. Listen and read the transcript to expand your cooking vocabulary! ow.ly/1bgR50LP13g ... See MoreSee Less
English learners! ELLLO offers one minute videos with transcripts that feature English learners from around the world answering a basic question. In this video, Gisela from Venezuela answers the question "Is there lots of nature in your area?" Enjoy! ow.ly/vVfW50LP0Mm ... See MoreSee Less
English learners! Be safe this Thanksgiving with these important tips from the USDA! ... See MoreSee Less
English learners! This week we celebrate Thanksgiving, a time to join with family and friends to express gratitude and to share what we have with others. This highlight of this holiday is the Thanksgiving dinner. Hungry? Today's idioms are all about food! ... See MoreSee Less
English learners! Where did you grow up? What was your favorite thing to do? Today's lesson from Bob the Canadian talks about his childhood to help you learn how to talk about your childhood. Enjoy! ow.ly/rE5L50LGi3W ... See MoreSee Less
English learners! Do you struggle with how to talk about your daily routine? Today's video lesson from Speak English with Vanessa can help. This lesson also includes a free worksheet for this lesson in the comments. Enjoy learning! ow.ly/Ioq250LGhLH ... See MoreSee Less
English learners! BRRRRR.... it's cold this week! Some people may say that it is chilly, a bit nippy or freezing! Today's infographic will help you understand these common expressions. Bundle up and stay warm! ... See MoreSee Less
Shopping for the holiday? It's the perfect time to pick up your new Community Bags at Stop & Shop! Get these great bags at the Reading store and your purchase automatically supports EAL! Shopping at other locations? The tag on each bag gives directions on how to designate EAL! ... See MoreSee Less
English learners! Do you plan to do some yard work this weekend? This week's short video lesson from Bob the Canadian will help you understand the nouns and verbs we use when talking about fall yard work! www.youtube.com/watch?v=MJmWOXe1scI ... See MoreSee Less
Grocery shopping? Don't forget to pick up your community bags at Stop & Shop! Any bags purchased at the Reading location generate a donation of $1 per bag for English At Large! Not shopping in Reading? Get your bags at any location, fill out the tag and designate your donation to EAL! ... See MoreSee Less
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