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  • Restaurant Review: Pearl Street Diner (NYC)

    Photo by the ESL School at NYFA.

    Food is the way to anyone’s heart! It is also a great way to learn grammar. Last week, the students from ESN-NYC went to a classic, retro restaurant from the 1960s called Pearl Street Diner, near Wall Street. Diners are a symbol of “Americana,” or America’s heritage. Many popular and classic films include scenes in a diner. For example, think of the iconic opening scene in Pulp Fiction.

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    May 15, 2018 • Exploring the City • Views: 958

  • Off to the Theatre

    Some of the greatest learning happens outside the classroom! Last week, ESN-NYC attended a play adaptation of The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafta. It’s a dark humor play about a man who turns into a strange creature.

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    April 25, 2018 • Language Tips • Views: 1118

  • Restaurant Review: Exploring through Your Stomach

    Have you ever visited a new city and had a hard time finding a great place to eat? If you find yourself in L.A., don’t worry! ESN-LA students have written reviews to guide your tastebuds in the right direction! Sai, a Level 5 student, recently visited Strada Eateria & Coffee in downtown. See what she thought of this new restaurant.

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    April 25, 2018 • Language Tips • Views: 1109

  • Alumni Highlight: Where Are They Now?

    Fabian Barreneche Vega, a former student of the ESL School at NFYA and a current Acting for Film student of the New York Film Academy, took a moment out of his busy schedule to sit down with us and answer a few questions about his experiences at ESN and in New York City.

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    April 25, 2018 • Q&As • Views: 990

  • Film Friday: Friday the 13th Edition

    The students at ESN-LA recently celebrated the unluckiest day of the year with a screening of Get Out. Prima Gonzalez, the Associate Education Direction, made red velvet crime scene cupcakes for the students to eat, as well as popcorn which is a staple for movie watching!

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    April 19, 2018 • Language Tips • Views: 1046

  • The ESL School at NYFA Visits The Price is Right!

    Every quarter, ESN organizes a field trip to get the students out of the classroom to explore the city and use their English skills. This past quarter students attended a taping of one of the most exciting shows on television — The Price is Right!

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    April 10, 2018 • Exploring the City • Views: 826

  • “All the World’s a Stage” – Shakespeare

    This quarter, Ebba Gendron, an ESN-LA instructor, is thrilled to be offering an acting class to the ESL student community. “As a filmmaker, it is important to not only understand what actors do, but to understand the process and the vocabulary used by actors and to experience the art form firsthand. This is what this class offers the students,” she says. Find out more about her story and how she is bridging ESN to NYFA.

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    March 12, 2018 • Classroom Fun • Views: 997

  • Downtown L.A. Theater Tour

    Disney Concert Hall | www.eslnyfa.edu

    When people think about the city of Los Angeles, the first thing that comes to mind is film. While Hollywood is very important to the city, theater also has a long and vibrant history. Read about our adventures through some of L.A.’s world famous theaters.

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    September 6, 2017 • Exploring the City • Views: 1354

  • 6 Popular Ways to Practice English

    August 25, 2017 • Language Tips • Views: 996

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  • Film Fridays at The ESL School at NYFA

    Watching movies is a wonderful way to explore the English language. The ESL School at NYFA has introduced Film Fridays to bring students together to watch and discuss a wide variety of films. The first series of films in Los Angeles is Teachers’ Favorites. Students can learn a little more about their instructors through their choice of film.  Continue Reading

    May 8, 2017 • Culture Fridays • Views: 1250