Sunday, May 2, 2010

Teaching English Phrases on Plurk

I want to let the cat out of the bag. On our plurk page you can find lots of extra English phrases taught every day! Plurk. If you have never used plurk, take a look, it has a really nice layout and is easy to use.
A large number of our users and friends are Chinese speakers. Based in Taiwan we have built a large following of people who are keen to improve their English. While our course is aimed at young learners there are still lots of things pumkin.com is doing to bring English teaching to all levels of English.

Here are some from last week. Go to our plurk page to find the Chinese translation and to become friends with Pumkin to get more English phrases every day.


"Let the cat out of the bag"



"In the dog house"



"A wolf in sheep's clothing"

No animals were harmed in the writing of this post. To save animals visit us at pumkin.com where children learn English and set free their virtual pets.

2 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for telling us about plurk, it really fun there, I just created new account and offcourse it is great way to learn English idioms and phrases.

    Lilly

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