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Introduction to University Of Cambridge Institute Of Continuing Education

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university of cambridge institute of continuing education profile who offer English Language Of Specific Periods courses  in the UK

The University of Cambridge Institute of Continuing Education (ICE) offers part-time and short courses for adults of all ages.

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This one day course will cover the basics of Chaucer's Middle English, in particular, skills required for reading out loud. Participants will learn the basics of pronunciation and will engage in a number...more

Duration: 1 day

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Introduction to Workers Educational Association (Wea)

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Introduction to Workers Educational Association (Wea)

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The WEA is the UK's largest voluntary sector provider of high quality adult education with classes across the country.

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Sheffield Marquetry Group

The course is now independent. See web.mac,com/theegraeme. The course is inte...more

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The course will look at the type of houses in which medieval people lived, the marked differences between rural and urban houses, and how the layout of these houses and their timber framing changed between...more

Duration: 10 weeks

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Most of us (though increasingly, not all of us) speak English on a daily basis, and although that may be sufficient to a certain level, there’s always room for improvement, from structuring better sentences and increasing your vocabulary to...

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It's only when you really listen to how we interact that you realise how often us overly polite, tea obsessed, English speaking Brits say one thing whilst meaning something completely different. The implication of a phrase can change in the tone...