Pizza


My students brought pizza as promised for being absent last week because of the big football match between Libya and the Ivory Coast. Libya lost, as was expected.

Actually it wasn't just pizza. The girls brought a lovely cake to share. The girls in this particular class are all from the Ukraine and are working in Libya as nurses. They are sweet and also hard working students.

And the boys brought pizza and an assortment of drinks. We had a nice time! I asked them when the next game was so we could plan an even bigger party next time. Posted by Picasa

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  1. What sort of classes do you give? English or Arabic? I'd love to maybe start Arabic classes do you know where they offer them in Tripoli?

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  3. unfortunately,I was not there with you.The last picture I think the young man on the left I know him its just a guess.
    Thea .
    I'd like to help you if you need to start arabic class there's FLI Which means Foreign language Institute I have thier email address fli@libyanmail.net
    if you need phone & fax number I can handel that and post it here If Khadijateri May I can.

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  4. go ahead and post the information about Arabic classes. I don't know where they teach them but most people that I know that have taken Arabic lessons have said that it's incredibly boring - not at all like learning English because they use different teaching methods and boring books.

    The school where I teach has English courses for all levels as well as preparation courses for Cambridge exams (KET,PET,FCE etc) and preparation for IELTS.

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  5. there's courses has been started last sunday at the FLI well it's three days a week and the price is 50 LD.the place is near by Egyptian cultural Section.
    you can also connect them by FAX or Tele
    Fax:021 3407166
    tel:021 34407164

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