On February 15, the English Speaking Club meeting was held at PSU. The moderators and students missed each other very much and chose feelings and emotions to be the main topic of the meeting. The evening turned into a real love confession to each other, themselves and, of course, to the English Language.
The tasks prepared by the moderators were aimed at the development of the skills to talk about relations and feelings, communicate in informal situations, get acquainted and make new friends. The participants were to find a perfect match and tell everyone about it in a nutshell. It appeared to be not an easy task. Besides, they had an opportunity to go out on a blind date, master the skills of giving and taking compliments, express their understanding of love and say what one needs to have a successful date.
It should be noted that both the new and regular guests actively participated in the discussion. The well prepared material made the participants relax and start talking, i. e. allowed them to communicate in English in an informal and enjoyable way.
The meeting was a unique one in many respects. First, it was the first club organized with the help of the participants. In return for their help, the following people were given tickets for free entrance to a Club meeting: Dmitry Chizhevsky, Angelina Medvedeva, Yulia Maulikayeva, Arthur Rimovich, Ruslan Chernyakov, Ekaterina Solovyova and Ashyr Jemirov. Vitaly Petrushkevich, the most active commentator in the official VK group of the Centre, received a present as well.
Besides, the people who don’t study at the Centre were allowed to attend the meeting for the first time. Now, for a nominal fee, any person with any command of the language can communicate in English and get the moderators’ support.
We are happy to announce that we have joined Instagram. The account is managed by Ashyr Jemirov. Follow us on Instagram to know the latest news, learn about the future club meetings, enrich your vocabulary, take part in lotteries, choose the topics for the clubs meetings and help in their organization.
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