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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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We are thrilled to acknowledge the generous support of the Rockland Trust Charitable Foundation! This $5,000 grant will sustain our programs and services across our shared service area, making a difference for hundreds of local immigrants! #learningenglish #learningbuildscommunity #whereeachrelationshipmatters ... See MoreSee Less
English Learners! Today's video from Clear English Corner will help you Improve Your English Listening in 3 simple steps! ... See MoreSee Less
English Learners! Today's list of common idioms will have you over the moon! ... See MoreSee Less
English Learners! Today's video is Part 2 of yesterday's lesson from Bob the Canadian: How to describe food in English! ... See MoreSee Less
English Learners! Today's video lesson from Bob the Canadian will help you learn words and phrases to describe food. We all love food, so it is one of the most common topics when learning a language. In this English class two teachers try food from around the world, and comment in a natural way about what they are eating. You'll learn to describe spicy food, crunchy food, unique food, sweet food, salty food, and many more types of food. Yum! ... See MoreSee Less
English At Large Offices are now closed for the Thanksgiving Holiday. Staff will return to the office on Tuesday, November 28th. We wish our entire EAL community a very Happy Thanksgiving. We are grateful for you! ... See MoreSee Less
English Learners! This week we celebrate American Thanksgiving! So let's talk turkey with this list of common idioms all about Thanksgiving! ... See MoreSee Less
English Learners! How are you feeling? We hope you are well. Bob the Canadian feels like he is coming down with something. What does that mean? Today's video will help you learn English vocabulary to describe when you are sick! ... See MoreSee Less
English Learners! Howya doin? Today's video from Clear English Corner with Keenyn Rhodes requires that you listen carefully and practice common American phrases used daily in English conversation! ... See MoreSee Less
English Learners! Verb tenses can be confusing. Today's video from English with Lucy will help you learn the 5 tenses that make up 90% of English! ... See MoreSee Less
English Learners! Today's video from Bob the Canadian will help you understand common idioms about work. Time to roll up your sleeves and get to work! ... See MoreSee Less
English Learners! Bring or Take? Come or Go? Remember or Remind? Watch and learn the difference between 12 basic verbs, used in everyday English. ... See MoreSee Less
English Learners! Today we observe Veteran's Day, an American holiday which honors the service of our veterans. This video from EnglishClass 101 will give you the history and meaning of this important day! ... See MoreSee Less
English Learners! Today's video lesson from LinguaMarina will help you learn and practice vocabulary in the kitchen! ... See MoreSee Less
Volunteer Conference afternoon session: Professional boundaries for volunteers with Alexandra Papagno! ... See MoreSee Less
English Learners! Let's cut to the chase. Today's idioms are some common expressions you may hear at work! ... See MoreSee Less
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