This month’s newsletter will deal with Orders and Accusation Phrases in Community Policing. Grammarwise we will take a look at Imperatives, so make sure you are subscribed (if you haven’t done it already!)
This month we have gathered some of the Business Crime collocations into an exercise, so subscribe before it gets sent 🙂
This month’s newsletter is still due, make sure to subscribe if you wish to know more about crime scene investigation -which is this month’s topic.
Next Tuesday, on December 19, we are hosting another free webinar on Crime Scene Investigation – you can already check the Facebook event here. Crime Scene Investigation is another topic where we can revise the Passive Voice and it is also a great opportunity to take a look at some of the vocabulary, such as: … Continue reading More Info on the Webinar
If you received our November newsletter, you might have been startled: why is there a “logo” on our logo? Well, so were we. We have been using a new template and yes, somehow it got away with it. Sincerely sorry, maybe it was the distracting Christmas bells.
November is almost gone, and we would like to give you a gentle reminder that our November newsletter will include:
It is only a few days for the new, refurbished November Newsletter! And we are excited because this newsletter is going to focus on a lot more than its little siblings: In our November Newsletter, we will be dealing with some recent news – stories that have a huge impact on the world. Then, as … Continue reading November Newsletter: Death In Dallas and Narrative Tenses
Since its inception in December 2016, this newsletter has been sent out 26 times – including this one – on a weekly basis, which is about to change. Instead of focusing only on a single topic, we have decided to extend its functionality, but let’s see what it means:
Well, October is here, which means two things: first, we are ending Serial Killers’ Month (which was 2 months, actually, oops) and we are focusing on other fields of Law Enforcement. Nevertheless, serial killers won’t say goodbye entirely, as Halloween is approaching, and in the newsletter, we will be featuring some scary facts and expressions. … Continue reading October Update
Word formation is an essential technique in language learning, thus in this week’s newsletter, you can download a chart with the help of which you can study the different crimes, criminals, and crime adjectives. Stay tuned!