Wednesday, 29 June 2022

21 things you need for a day at the beach! (From Hello!)

From stylish cool bags to portable speakers & pineapple pool floats. Your beach day essentials checklist is right here...
You might turn it into a written (100-120 words) / oral (3 minute) mediation activity! Tell your English-speaking neighbour the 7 indispensable items from the list. Bear in mind their needs and likes!

Tuesday, 28 June 2022

Final Written and Oral Exam SEPTEMBER Dates

C1: Written Parts 1st Sep. Classroom 1

        Orals 9th Sep. from 16.30

PCTE: 16.30 - 18.00
Med Esc.: 18.10 - 18.35
CTO: 18.45 - 19.30

CTE: 19.40 - 21.10

C2:Written Parts 5th Sep. Classroom 4 

        Orals 8th Sep. from 16.30   

PCTE: 16.30 - 18.20
Med Esc.: 18.30 - 18.55
CTO: 19.05 - 19.50

CTE: 20.00 - 21.30

You may find all the info HERE

New Type of Enrolment at the EOI School for Next Year

Para este próximo curso escolar 22-23, como novedad, se ofertarán cursos de actividades de lengua en nuestra oferta educativa:

Inglés: AL* de PCTO* en B2, C1 y C2.

*AL = Actividades de Lengua (antes destrezas)
*PCTO = Producción y Coproducción de Textos Orales (antes Speaking)

Toda la información AQUÍ.


C1 students who got 65% or more in June exams and want to enrol for C2 must do it on line from June 28 (today) to July 4 (next Monday). You will find the link here.

An Annual LGBTQIA+ Pride Celebration

Every year, during the month of June, the LGBT community celebrates in a number of different ways. Across the globe, various events are held during this special month as a way of recognising the influence LGBT people have had around the world. Why was June chosen? Because it is when the Stonewall Riots took place, way back in 1969.
"Education is about preparing learners to build a better world where diverse individuals can share the space in harmony. It is important to make learners (and all individuals) feel accepted, included, and respected to create better learning opportunities". From: LGBTQ+ Visibility and Inclusion in the ESL Classroom By Melisa Bermúdez  [Check meanings of LGBTQIA+ in the document] If you feel like doing an activity about this issue, click here.
The following quotes from activists, actors, athletes, and others who are members of the LGBTQIA+ community are powerful reminders of the importance of Pride and being able to be exactly who you are: 12 Pride Month Quotes To Know Today |

Monday, 27 June 2022

Spanish News in English EL PAÍS

Dear readers,

In a landmark (although not unexpected) decision that upends 50 years of constitutionally protected abortion rights, the US Supreme Court on Friday overturned Roe v Wade. The move is expected to lead to near-total prohibitions in around half the states.

This week EL PAÍS interviewed two leading economists, Paul Krugman and Jeffrey Sachs, to get their views on inflation, sustainable development and the impact of the Ukraine war on the global economy.

And in sports, the world was gripped by images of artistic swimmer Anita Alvarez sinking to the bottom of a pool after fainting at the world championships, and her dramatic rescue by US coach Andrea Fuentes.

We hope you enjoy this selection of articles from EL PAÍS English Edition. Thanks for reading.

Saturday, 25 June 2022

Murcia EOI on the news

Learn about our studies!

Thursday, 23 June 2022

For C1 students who certified the level

C1 students who got 65% or more in June exams and want to enrol for C2 must do it on line from June 28 to July 4

11 Words For Types Of Nicknames |


Sunday, 19 June 2022

Father's Day

When is Father’s Day celebrated in most countries?
Why do we celebrate it?
What are some common Father’s Day gifts?
Why did Sonara Smart Dodd want to create a Father’s Day?
In which city was Father’s Day first celebrated?

If you want to know the answers to these questions, read this

Thursday, 16 June 2022

Tuesday, 14 June 2022

Monday, 13 June 2022

Reminder for NEW STUDENTS


Spanish News in English EL PAÍS

Dear readers,

All eyes were on the Americas Summit this week following endless diplomatic bickering over the guest list. Many wonder whether the declarations on greater regional cooperation will lead to practical changes. Anticipation was also high for the first hearing of the House committee probing the insurrection at the US Capitol on January 6, 2021.

EL PAÍS this week revealed additional information about a case involving WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange that could affect his extradition request by the US. A Spanish judge is trying to question lawyers who were spied on at the Ecuadorean embassy while Assange was there.

We also interviewed Rafa Nadal in the wake of his epic victory at the French Open, and immunotherapy specialist Robert Schreiber who explained why some cancers may soon be treated like a chronic disease. And a leading official at Madrid's Reina Sofía Museum provided a first-hand, emotional account of a recent visit by Mick Jagger.

We hope you enjoy this selection of articles from EL PAÍS English Edition. Thanks for reading.

Thursday, 9 June 2022

Tuesday, 7 June 2022

Monday, 6 June 2022

Spanish News in English EL PAÍS

Dear readers,

Colombia’s political landscape shifted this week after a populist businessman who’s being compared to Trump outperformed established contenders in the first round of the presidential election. Rodolfo Hernández, who once praised Hitler and sees women as housewives, has a good chance of defeating the left’s Gustavo Petro at the runoff.

In the US, yet another mass shooting made headlines, this time in Tulsa (Oklahoma). Figures show that there has been a daily average this year of 1.5 mass shootings, which could make 2022 a record year for gun violence. News were also dominated by the verdict in the Johnny Depp-Amber Heard case. We analyzed the decision and what it means for both parties.

This week we also feature an in-depth story about “the opium vampires,” people who travel from far and wide to remote areas of Spain in search of the white poppies that grow wild in abandoned fields.

We hope you enjoy this selection of articles from EL PAÍS English Edition. Thanks for reading.

Friday, 3 June 2022

“Barbecuing,” “Grilling,” and “Smoking”: What’s the Difference?

Ever had a heated debate on whether that chicken you cooked outdoors was barbecued, grilled, or smoked? Bite into this breakdown of the three terms here.

Wednesday, 1 June 2022

Perk up with 12 tempting coffee terms!

We’ve ordered up some much needed coffee terminology for you to try the next time you’re talking to your favorite barista. Watch the slideshow from

Monday, 30 May 2022

Spanish News in English EL PAÍS

Dear readers,

Details are still emerging about the latest horrific school shooting in the United States, where 19 young children and two teachers were killed in the town of Uvalde, Texas, by an 18-year-old who had purchased assault rifles at a local gun store. The debate over gun control is raging again, but there is little hope for a significant bipartisan agreement.

International human rights groups are wondering why Spain has quickly deported an Algerian army corporal-turned-whistleblower who exposed corruption in his own military. Mohamed Benhalima had repeatedly warned he faced torture and possibly death if he was taken back.

In science, we explored new developments in quantum physics involving teleportation, and spoke with a world expert on obesity who discussed how genes can play a role in some people's predisposition to store fat.

We hope you enjoy this selection of articles from EL PAÍS English Edition. Thanks for reading.

Friday, 27 May 2022

Vídeo de la exposición fotográfica del Mar Menor


Tiempos y tareas de examen

Tiempos y tareas C1

Tiempos y tareas C2

PCTE 90m 16.30 – 18.00 horas
Pausa 5m 18.00 – 18.05 horas
ME 25m 18.05 – 18.30 horas
Descanso 15m 18.30 – 18.45 horas
CTO 42m 18.45 – 19.30 horas
Pausa 5m 19.30 – 19.35 horas
CTE 90m 19.35 – 21.05 horas

C2 INGLÉS 295m (31 DE MAYO)
PCTE 110m 16.30 – 18.20 horas
Pausa 5m 18.20 – 18.25 horas
ME 25m 18.25 – 18.50 horas
Descanso 15m 18.50 – 19.05 horas
CTO 45m 19.05 – 19.50 horas
Pausa 5m 19.50 – 19.55 horas
CTE 90m 19.55 – 21.25 horas

Let's Hit the Ground Running!

Exams are here! Hit the Ground Running = Put all your energy into something from the start so that you immediately succeed.

Hitting the ground running  (Idioms and phrases in newspapers) From Cambridge Blog