Walmer Castle dates back to the time of Henry VIII (1491 – 1547) and was originally built as a defence fortress, but has evolved into a homely residence for many well-known names from the Duke of Wellington to the Queen Mother. Inside you can explore Wellington’s career, the story of his life and death and even […]
Canterbury is a fascinating city, with hundreds of years of history – in fact, it dates back to Roman times. The impressive cathedral has been a place of worship for more than 1,400 years, and is the ‘headquarters’ of the Anglican Church (The Archbishop of Canterbury is the symbolic head of the worldwide Anglican Communion). Pilgrims […]
We are delighted to announce a new tool on our website, which makes it very easy to see the price of a course. Just enter the dates and a few details and you will, in a few seconds, see a full price quotation for the course details you have entered. It’s easy to use. On […]
Check out our new direct booking fee calculator on our website, to check the cost of your Hilderstone College course quickly and easily. Simply click on the link below: http://www.hilderstone.ac.uk/courses/CoursePricer.html
Can you put the correct phrasal verbs (from the list below) in the correct gaps? You may need to change the form (e.g. -ing form / tense). get off with get away with get at (x 2) get round get over get through […]
‘jump for joy’ Feel extremely happy and show it with excited movements. FREE PHOTO
Some mixed grammar problems for you this week! Can you correct the mistakes in these sentences? 1) I’ll be an astronaut when I grow up! 2) I’m sorry, I’m not understanding this question. 3) Have you any brothers or sisters? 4) I had a bath when the phone rang. 5) He has beautifuls flowers in […]
be like getting blood out of a stone If you say this, you find it very difficult to make someone tell or give you something, sometimes because of their personality or mood.
much of a muchness Very similar
no skin off my nose You don’t care about something because it will not affect you.