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ABOUT EXPLORING, INC.

Exploring is the parent company of several unique, trailblazing Atlanta-based companies. Our companies span a range of industries, from the exhibit and event industry to hospitality, commercial, retail, architectural, automotive, museum, and other markets. What each Exploring company has in common, however, is a ceaseless focus on discovering truly innovative solutions and value for clients. In
fact, that focus is what we look for when adding new companies to the Exploring family. Graphics.

WHY JOIN THE COURSE?



This course is for people who are learning English and who are interested in finding out more about British culture and improving their English language skills. The course will use short videos to

present a different topic each week, including English as a global language, the environment, entrepreneurship and literature. Filmed in Great Britain, these videos will help you to develop your listening skills as you watch authentic examples of people speaking English. Our experienced tutor will examine some of the language used in the videos and will draw your attention to useful points that will help you improve your spoken and written English. The

course does not follow a language syllabus but takes authentic English in context as its starting point. Short quizzes and discussions will help you measure your understanding and practise your English throughout the course. At the end of each week you will be asked to describe your own feelings and experiences about that online learning. It is one of three courses from its Exploring English




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COURSE?



This course is for people who are learning English and who are interested in finding out more about British culture and improving their English language skills. The course will use short videos to present a different topic each week,

including English as a global language, the environment, entrepreneurship and literature. Filmed in Great Britain, these videos will help you to develop your listening skills as you watch authentic examples of people speaking English. Our experienced tutor will examine some of the language used in the videos and will draw your attention to useful points that will help you improve your spoken and written English. The course does not follow a language syllabus but takes authentic English in context as its starting point. Short quizzes and discussions will help you measure your understanding and practise your English throughout the course. At the end of each week you will be asked to describe your own feelings and experiences about that online learning. It

is one of three courses from its Exploring English futurelearn.com
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COURSE?



This course is aimed at non-native English speakers who have studied

A COAST TO COAST WALK BEER GUIDE



12:28 A request, found written on a piece of wood in a peat bog at that you order to be sent." The Romans arrived in Britain they found us drinking beer and soon got Two thousand years later and we are still drinking beer in the North the fashionable micro-breweries that have

just popped up, there is some fantastic beer around. At the end of a day walking the Coast to Coast you deserve a drink. On a recent trip I tried to drink a different local beer each night. half at the end of a day of Lakeland fell walking, but more often Pub walk. So here are the beers I came across on my walk.

A TO Z



rights to their maps to create unique products. A to Z have been particularly ingenious in creating OS atlas books for interesting places in their "adventure" range. A book

is actually a handy form for walking a long distance route and having 1:25,000 OS maps is gripe is that the book is a bit flimsy and mine is starting to fall to to make it all I need to follow the route precisely.

THE KNOTT



Having made it past Rest Dodd, make sure you make the sharp left hand turn to Kidsty Pike just after the Knott. I offer guided walks and walking holidays in Northumberland, the Pennines, the

Lake District, Scotland and further afield. skills to explore! My particular focus is mountain skills such as navigating with a map and compass and wild camping for expeditions. Find out more .co.uk
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