Adi’s Language School is reopening for in-person classes with all state safety precautions in place on Monday May 25th. When you come see us, please wear a mask or face covering. We are all excited to be back!
Beginner Italian Group Class starting September 13th at Adi’s Language School in Framingham, MA. The schedule will be once a week on Fridays for 2 hours 10AM-12PM. Alternate days/times available on demand. No registration fee. Online classes also available on demand. If you would like to register, please contact us as soon as possible at […]
What would our English classes be without learning how to use the Quantifiers correctly? A lot, many, much, (a) few, (a) little, hmmmm…so many choices, how do we know when to use each one? Let’s look at them together: A LOT A lot can pretty much be used with any noun (and most verbs, […]
Hello everyone, I have received this question in class recently about the difference between Take and Bring in English and have rushed here to clarify it: Bring You ask people to bring things to you and your location. Bring is used in relation to a destination:
What is the difference between TAKE and GET in English? When do we use one or the other? TAKE generally means to CARRY/ MOVE from one place to another.
How do we use the prepositions By and Until in English when they refer to time? Take a look at the following examples: Write the report until 5 pm. Write the report by 5 pm. Write the report until 5 pm means
When talking about a period of time or a time limit in English, when do we use Through and when do we use To or Until? And what is the difference between these prepositions, if any? First, let’s look at them separately: Through In North America, through means up to and including (a particular […]
It can be challenging to use the prepositions POR and PARA correctly in Spanish. The following contrasting guidelines are meant to identify the specific contexts for each. Hope it helps! POR is used to show the initial stage of something: Cause or reason – Me casé por amor, no por dinero. PARA, on the other […]
If you can teach English, ASL, Italian, Japanese, Mandarin Chinese, Spanish, Arabic, or ANY OTHER LANGUAGE please send a small introduction and your resume to [email protected] We have part-time (possibly turning into full-time) opportunities available. If you live in or around Framingham MA this is a plus, however we also accept applications from other locations. Looking […]
My students asked me to clarify the difference or similarity between the words ONLY and JUST. These words are sometimes synonyms and therefore interchangeable but not always. Here are the main uses of both words: