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The Summer quarter is on!

Summer is hot in the city, Summer is hot at the beach, and Summer is a great time to study English. Here at Cal America, the Summer session is in full swing as students from all over the world are learning, enjoying, and living English. Students are building new skills and vocabulary every day, and they are...
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Cal America is Moving (Across the Street)

When our Fall term begins on October 2, 2017, our Los Angeles campus classes will be held at a new address: 2975 Wilshire Blvd, ste 234, on the 2nd floor.  This address is right across the street from our current campus.  We are very excited about several improvements at the new school, especially the large...
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Cal America’s new Business English class

We’re proud to be opening up a new Business English class next month. Class will be at our Los Angeles location from Monday to Thursday, from 1:15pm to 6:15pm. In the class, students will practice a variety of skills to improve their value in the working world. They will learn about intercultural...
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Cal America is Moving!

Cal America is moving on April 6, 2015 to 2960 Wilshire Blvd. We’ll be taking over the entire second floor of the building. Our new location has several amazing benefits that our students are sure to love. The most obvious is that we will be adjacent to Lafayette Park, which is part of the LA Department of...
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Fun And Culture at Cal America

Both the Los Angeles and Long Beach campuses of Cal America have had fun cultural activities. In Long Beach and Los Angeles, there were Birthday Bashes for all July birthday students. This month there will be Birthday Bashes for all students at both campuses who were born in August. Teacher Matt took a group of...
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Reaching out to the friends and alumni of Cal-America…

Dear friends and alumni of Cal-America Education Institute, It may have been a while since we have spoken but we wanted to reach out to you and ask you for a favor. We are trying to increase enrollment by leveraging the Internet. We would like to ask you to positively review our English classes and the experience...
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How To Learn English In 4 Simple Steps!!!

Since intensive ESL courses are resuming on Monday, we wanted to share these 4 simple steps for learning English that you can use everyday to get the success you want and deserve!1: Learn every day!--------------------Learn new vocabulary words!Study a...
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What do Americans mean when they say, “turn up” or “turn down”?

In this English lesson, we talked about some different meanings of phrases with the word “get.” Today, I want to continue the conversation with another weird word, “turn.”   This is a list of some common phrases with “turn up” and “turn down” in them.     turn up: suddenly appear A: Have you seen my...
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How to Talk About New Year’s Resolutions and Other Plans for the Future…

Since it is the new year and so many people spend time making New Year’s Resolutions, I thought it would be a good time to talk about all of the different ways of saying what you’re going to do in the future.   1. Plans made before now -BE GOING TO DO: . -BE DOING: Michelle: This year I’m going to join a gym...
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How do Americans have a conversation about hobbies???

Most English textbooks have lessons about "hobbies", but I have to say that as an American, I never use this word. It sounds like baby English.You can ask:What do you do for fun?What do you like to do?What do you do in your free time?You can say:I lov...
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