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Maltalingua School of English is delighted to announce that it is a finalist for the StudyTravel Star Awards 2020 - English Language School Europe. Maltalingua English Language School is the first and only language school in Malta to have been nominated for an award in this category.
In 2018 our English language school was voted by students as the best language school in Malta.The Swiss-based Education Stars survey was compiled from thousands of student feedbacks via social media and online education platforms giving Maltalingua an overall rating of 4.7/5 and a 98.83% quality and satisfaction score.
Naturally, we are very thankful and humbled by such positive feedback - thank you!
In 2018 Maltalingua School of English updated its EAQUALS certification of Excellence in English Language Education. Since our previous inspection in 2014, our school was awarded 11 out of 12 points of excellence making Maltalingua one of the highest internationally accredited English language schools worldwide.
We remain a small English language school with a big heart and we hope one day you choose us to improve your level of English.
The doctor me have a glass of wine a week. The doctor me do some blood tests. My boss me work from home so I can look after my children.(made / let) 6. My boss me work overtime at the weekends.(made / let) Exercise 2 Instructions. Write the correct form of the verbs let and make. Don't him come in. Download this explanation about 'let' and 'make' in PDF. Try an exercise about 'let' and 'make' here. Let Subject + let + object + bare infinitive (infinitive without 'to') 'Let' can mean 'allow' or 'give permission': David's mother let him use her car. Our boss let us leave early. We can also use 'let' to mean 'allow' in the sense of 'make something possible'. ID: 1584219 Language: English School subject: Spelling Grade/level: Fourth Age: 7-12 Main content: Vocabulary Other contents: Make and Let Add to my workbooks (0) Download file pdf Embed in my website or blog Add to Google Classroom. ‘Let’ or ‘Make’? Choose ‘let’ or ‘make’ and put it into the correct form: 1. John’s mother used to him clean up his room. The teacher doesn’t her students use their mobile phones in class. Julie’s father doesn’t her use his car. ID: 997045 Language: English School subject: English language Grade/level: 7TH Age: 11-13 Main content: Grammar let make Other contents: Add to my workbooks (14) Download file pdf Embed in my website or blog Add to Google Classroom. Make have let worksheet.
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