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A study timetable

Read a study timetable for a week in summer school in England to practise and improve your reading skills.

Do the preparation task first. Then read the text and do the exercises.

Reading text

Monday to Wednesday

  Monday Tuesday Wednesday
9.00 English level test Vocabulary Whole day excursion to London or Oxford
10.00 English skills: Speaking English skills: Reading
11.00 Preparation for excursion Preparation for excursion
12.00 Lunch Lunch
13.00 Project class Project class
15.00 Art Basketball
17.00 Free time Free time
18.00 Dinner Dinner Dinner
19.00 Swimming Football tournament Cinema
21.00 Free time Free time Free time

Thursday to Sunday

  Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

9.00

Grammar Vocabulary Grammar Late breakfast
10.00 English skills: Speaking English skills: Listening Progress test English skills: Writing
11.00 Games with English Drama Drama Preparation for excursion
12.00 Lunch Lunch Lunch Lunch
13.00 Project class Project class Theatre trip Excursion to local castle or museum
15.00 Circus skills Mountain biking
17.00 Free time Free time
18.00 Dinner Dinner Dinner Dinner
19.00 Bowling Talent show Disco Free time / packing
21.00 Free time Free time Free time Free time / packing

Discussion

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Language level

Beginner: A1

Comments

Yes, of course. With such a variety of activities, art, excursions, sport, etc. I'd like to go to a school similar to this, where I can learn English while having fun and enjoying my life. There is a little inconvenient is that I don't like to wake up early and I like having some time for myself, maybe I won't be able to do a long course with such a busy timetable, but for a couple of weeks it will be fine.

*** I'm not sure about the last sentence, whether I should use will (I won't be able.....it will be fine) or would and why?.
Could you please make it clear to me. Thank you.

Hi Asni,

You can use will/won't or would(n't) in this sentence. But, there's a difference in meaning.

  • If you use will/won't, you present this (doing the course) as a realistic possibility. It is something that perhaps you are thinking about doing.
  • If you use would(n't), you present it as only an imaginary or hypothetical situation. It shows that you don't have any realistic intention to do it at the moment.

Have a look our will and would page for more examples.

Best wishes,

Jonathan

The LearnEnglish Team

I see the difference now. Thank you very much.
Best wishes

This assignment has been very helpful in improving my skills in the English language.

I like it, it's really amazing

I think this is a good thing, because it can improve my English skills:)

I think this matter will be very helpful to hone skills

I think this quiz is fun and make me can refresh my brain.

I do like school like that because it was fun.

I like this kind of school. You could learn lots of skills and make some new friends. But it seems that there is not too much time for a lunch rest or a small nap. This kind of shool is more like a primary school or a kindergarten.
It has been ten years since I left school, sometimes I thought of the leisure and memorable time I spent in college, I should have had a mater's degree during that time.

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