Friday, December 13, 2013

THE BAD STUDENTS

Once there were four university students (friends).  They went to a party together at one of their friend's farm.  They enjoyed the party so much that they spent the night at the farm.

The next morning when they woke up, one of them screamed "The exam is today!"   They started thinking of ways to get their Doctor at the university to postpone their exam until the next day.  One of them called their Doctor and told him that they were driving to school and suddenly their tire burst and they didn't have a spare.  Their situation was difficult and they couldn't make it to the university for the exam.  The Doctor agreed to postpone the test for them until the next day.  They were very happy.

The next day, the day set for their exam, their doctor asked each one of them to sit in a different corner of the big exam room.  He distributed to each one of them a test paper.  This is what was on the exam:

  1. Which of the four tires was it that burst on the car?
  2. Who was driving the car?
  3. What was the sitting arrangement inside the car?
  4. What time did the incident happen?
The Doctor told them that if all of their answers were similar, they would pass the exam but if their answers were different, they would fail.

Of course they failed.

Adel Alazzabi
Pre-Intermediate

THE WINNERS

This story is about my friend.  His name is Emad.  

Last year, my friend Emad was working in a café when he met her for the first time.  He in fell  in love with her but she was engaged and she didn't tell him. He thought that she loved him too. Later, she asked him if he wanted to work with her and he said yes.

He discovered that she went to the café a lot because she was looking for someone to work for her.  Emad left the café and began working in an office. Later, the girl got married.
 
In the end, she won a husband and he won a new job.

Adel Alazzabi
Pre-Intermediate

NELSON MANDELA

Nelson Mandela was born in 1918.  He was a South African revolutionary politician.  In 1962 he was arrested and convicted o conspiracy to overthrow the State.  He was sentenced to life imprisonment.

Mandela served over 27 years in prison.  He was a popular figure with great status among black South Africans.  He served as president of South Africa from 1994 to 1999.

He was the first black South African to hold the office and the first elected in a fully representative democratic election.  He also received international acclaim.   He received the Nobel Peace Prize. Nelson Mandela died on 5 December 2013. 

Hassan Hamza
Pre-Intermediate

ALI'S STORY

This is my story.  It happened three years ago in Tunisia.

I went to Tunisia with two friends to buy gasoline and have fun.  We went to Soussa to have a picnic and go swimming in the sea.  When we entered the sea to swim, it was rough.  While we were swimming, the sea became rougher.   We swam for a long time that day and when we decided to swim to shore, I suddenly got a muscle spasm in my leg.
 
My friends reached the shore but I couldn't swim with my leg so I began to go under the water.  I was scared and I thought I was going to drown.  I struggled  in the water for twenty minutes and the sea got rougher and the cramps in my legs got worse.  I felt myself drowning and going under the water. Then, I felt my feet touch a large stone at the bottom and I stoop up on the stone with my face above the water.  I stayed there for a time to let my legs rest before I tried to swim ashore again.

Finally, I managed to swim to the shore and pulled myself out of the water.  God saved me from drowning and guided me to the stone.  That was the worst day of my life.
 
 Ali Abdulbasit
Pre-Intermediate  

A TRUE STORY

My friend, his name is Ibrahim Ghreeba, is a shy, kind and handsome young man. During the last English course, while he was driving to school in his car, he saw a beautiful girl driving her car.  He immediately fell in love with her and decided to try to get her telephone number. 

He thought of a good plan to do this.  He would have a car accident with her so she would be forced to give him her number.  He put his plan into action and slammed his car into hers.  Ibrahim's car was damaged but the girl's car was only a bit scratched.

Ibrahim asked the girl for her number so they could settle the damage but she said her car was OK and refused to give her number to him.  Since that day, Ibrahim has been sad because he lost his car and his love.
I hope he has better luck with the next car accident.

Hatem Al-grrah
Pre-Intermediate

Monday, November 4, 2013

Solving childhood obesity

Children these days are suffering from obesity. The first cause of obesity is junk food. Mostly children eat burgers, pizzas and noodles. These types of food are easily available to them in school. Children love to buy chips, chocolate and ice cream for lunch. Moreover, parents are working and don't have time to cook at home. Parents often buy dinner for their children instead of cooking food at home. This problem can be solved by teaching children to cook healthy food for themselves and banning junk food from schools.
 
The second cause of obesity is technology. Children spend most of their time watching television or playing video games on computer. This technology makes them lazy. Parents can take their children to parks for playing with friends. Furthermore, schools can add sports in their courses.
 
Finally, the main causes of obesity are unhealthy eating and not enough physical activities.

Hanan Ibrahim Rhoma
Intermediate

 

Language learners

For the vast majority of language learners, myself included, we learn another language so that we can speak it. As I see it, we are not learning it so we can read the newspapers, we are not learning so that we can write letters to people. I'm absolutely convinces that we may do bot of these, and enjoy them as activities; but I've no doubt that they are some of the reasons for our learning. As well as we want to speak; I've always felt that we want to be in conversations in which we both understand and are understood.
 
To me, young children will easily learn a foreign language better compared to adolescents. Furthermore, it could be easy for them to practice and enhance the usage when they become older.

Sondes Sleman Zarra
Intermediate

Thursday, October 31, 2013

Do you like to draw?

Paint is a program used to draw, colour, and edit pictures and to open it you will need to click the start menu, click all programs, click accessories, and then click Paint.

When you start paint, you'll see a blank window with a few tools and the following instructions will help you to draw a line, for example:
  1. Remember that the toolbox is the box which is on your left. Click the line tool ( \ ).
  2. In the colour box, click the colour you want to use.
  3. To draw, drag the pointer across the drawing area, only try to avoid clicking on the other tools.
  4. Make sure you don't lose your work and to do that, on the file menu, click save. In the save as type select the file format you want. In the file name box type the name and finally, click save.
  5. Don't forget to shut down your computer if you complete your work.
Sondes Sleman Zarra
Intermediate

Learning a Language

I'm absolutely convinced that learning a language takes time and dedication.

I have no doubt that there are many good reasons for learning a language, I'm positive that emigration is one of them, like when you move to a different country or region. Learning the local language will help you to communicate and integrate with the local community. 

As I see it, work is the most important reason. If your work involves regular contact with speakers of a foreign language, being able to talk to them in their own language will help you to communicate with them.

Knowledge of foreign languages may also increase your chances of finding a new job, getting a promotion or transfer overseas, or of going on foreign business trips. I have always felt that I need to learn a language to spread our religion and give a good view to other people about it.

I strongly believe that learning any language will improve our minds; I've always felt that multiple language speakers are better at remembering lists or sequences, so hopefully I want to be one of them.

Sana Sleman Zaraa
Intermediate

Moving in

First, I'm sorry for not being there while you are moving in. I hope that you like the place. I have prepared lunch for you, you'll find it in the fridge. If you want to go out today you will need to follow these instructions.
  1.  First, don't forget to take your money with you, and make sure you bring your keys with you and you close the door. 
  2. To get tot he nearest bus station, go straight down this street, turn left at the traffic light. When you get to the restaurant turn right. The bus station is on your left.
  3. Whatever yo do try to come home early.
  4. remember that the bread is not enough for tomorrow.
Have a nice time!

Sana Sleman Zaraa
Intermediate

Health Problems

Bad health services are the most obvious problem in Libya. The Libyan people have complained for ages from bad health services at the level of hospitals, polyclinics and even private clinics. These places are suffering from reduced perfect health care that patients need, in addition to absences of health monitoring systems.

Although we have a lot of professional doctors, many of them have gone outside for learning. However, a few of them have returned back and they haven't found the personal, government or even financial support which makes them prefer to stay abroad. Patients can't find what they need because there are deficits in medicine, investigations, equipment, nursing and even emotional support. All of that encourages most Libyan patients to go abroad for all kinds of medical care. 

We have a lot of options that allow health services to improve the level that satisfies Libyan patients:

Firstly, the government or especially the Ministry of Public Health should make serious decisions to change hospitals and polyclinics' managers and employees, because I think that is the biggest problem of bad health services in Libya. Additionally,  managers should take intensive courses on how to organize and rebuild the people's confidence about the public health services. Also, arrangements with external perfect health companies that will help in the organization of health services. Furthermore, the law should take place in our hospitals to punish everyone who consciously allows him to play with patients souls.

Finally, Libyan people should cooperate with each other, and we hope to find a listening ear for that.

Ezdehar Hussien Elmhabbes
Intermediate


Things you need to know

Hi Susi,

I am on holiday and I want to give you some instructions that you will need to know.

  • First, take the room's key from the reception.
  • Then open the windows and allow the air to get inside.
  • Next, close the windows and switch on the right button of the air conditioner. Whatever you do, don't press the left button because it's connected to the generator.
  • If you want to eat, there is food in the refrigerator. You will need to heat it in the microwave beside the cooker. Don't forget to switch off the microwave after you finish.
  • Try to avoid using the sink in the corner because it's out of order.
  • Remember that the rubbish is collected early in the mornings. You will need to put the bin outside at night.
  • Finally, make sure you lock the doors and windows before you go to sleep, and don't forget to switch off the gas bottle and remove the plugs from the electricity.

See you soon. Call me if there are any problems.

Ezdehar Hussien
Intermediate

Thoughts

I followed the program Thoughts on TV last month and I liked the episode about car parking. I live in Tripoli, and as it's the capital of Libya, there aren't many parking areas for parking cars.

Moreover, I work at Tripoli Medical Centre and sometimes I can't find a place to park my car even though there are special areas for employees.  In addition, sometimes you have to wait for hours because someone puts his car in front of your car or even worse you have to park your car on the pavement in case there is no parking space.

The Libyan Ministry of Transport must take the necessary steps to provide convenient and fast public transportation and underground parking lots. This will probably take some time, but it will definitely solve the problem. 

By taking these steps the use of cars would be reduced, crowding at parking areas would be avoided and all people will reach their places on time and be more comfortable.

Mona Hafid Ahmed
Intermediate

I forgot to tell you something!

Hi Jamila,

Here are some instructions I forgot to tell you about:

  • First of all, before you go to bed, make sure you close all the doors and windows.
  • Next, whatever you do, don't open the main door after 8pm unless you know who is coming. Be sure to use the door's lens, it's safer.
  • You will need to boil the cow's milk in the fridge before you drink it.
  • Finally, remember that the plants on the balcony need irrigation from time to time.

.... Call me if there are any problems.

Khawla Al-Zahra
Intermediate


Giving instructions

Downloading Skype

  • On the internet, enter www.skype.com in the address line to open the homepage of the Skype website.
  • Click the download button on the Skype homepage to open the download page.
  • After you click to download the program you may be asked to open the program.
  • Skype will then begin to download to your computer.
  • Don't open or run  the program during the download process.
  • If the download doesn't start automatically you will be able to start it manually by clicking on start download again.
Hanan Ibrahim Rhoma
Intermediate

Dear Fadila

Dear Fadila,

I am sorry if you are coming while I am on holiday. Here are some instructions. Try to use them until I come.
  • First, you will need to park your car in the building's garage No. 3.
  • Remember that my washing machine is under repair, so you had better take your clothes to the laundry.
  • Don't forget to put the rubbish bin in the kitchen's balcony, then you have to move it outside every weekend where it's collected.
  • Whatever you do, don't forget to close the windows when you leave, and make sure to control your noise, especially at night.
  • Finally, keep your room's key well, because it's the only copy I have.
Mona Hafid Ahmed
Intermediate
 


Friday, September 6, 2013

Our Best Friends


My best friend's name is Emad. He lives in Tripoli too, in Benashur. He's twenty-five and he is single. He's a student in Tripoli University, he studies geology and geotechnical engineering. In his free time he goes to the sea in the summer, but in the winter he goes to the farm of our friend.He likes dogs, also he loves cars. He hates coffee, but he loves it's smell.

Sometimes I see him at the weekend in the picnic, but sometimes he doesn't come to the picnic because he has homework and exams. Even though we don't see each other a lot, we are still best friends.
Adel Alazabi
Elementary

My best friend's name is Noha. She's 27. She lives in Zanata. She's married and she has one child. She studies English. She wears a scarf because she's a Muslim. She likes to watch TV. She doesn't like cats.
I see her every day because we study English together or  I see her after study in the week.
Mawadda
Elementary


My best friend's name is Salme. He's 28 and he lives in Tripoli. He's single and he's a teacher. He likes to drive, but he doesn't like coffee.
Salme is always very busy because he has two jobs and sometimes works both jobs together.
Husain Ahmad Ashur
Elementary

My best friend's name is Salem. He lives in Garian in the Nafusa Mountains in Libya. He's twenty-six and he's single. Salam always works hard, he works in a grade school. In his free time he plays football in the evening. He likes to watch soccer games on TV. I see him every weekend.
Ahmed Muktar Zahool
Elementary



My best friend's name is Mohamed. He's 30. He's single. He lives in Elseyaheia. He's an engineer. He works in a buildings company. He likes his job. In his free time he goes shopping with me. He loves picnics, but he gets tires in picnics. He plays playstation every day. I see him every night. He doesn't like sitting with me at dinner because I eat very fast and I eat a lot.
Hatem Al-jrrah
Elementary

My best friend's name is Samer. He's 29 and he lives in Berlin, in Germany. He's married and he has two children. He's an engineer and he's also a website designer. He's always tired because he works every day. In his free time he listens to the Quran and plays tennis. He likes to eat bazin (traditional Libyan dish) in the desert, but in Berlin there isn't a desert. I see Samer at the weekend because we chat on Facebook together.
Ibrahim Salem Ghreba
Elementary


My best friend's name is Omar. He's 33. He lives in Salahaldeen. He's married, but he doesn't have children. He is an engineer in a company. In his free time he plays sport. He doesn't like liars. I see him every week in the coffee shop.
Hassan Ibrahim Hamza
Elementary

My best friend's name is Akram. He's 27. He lives in Tarhouna. He's single. He's a student. In his free time he plays football and goes to the gym. He likes to visit his group and he likes Libya. I see him every weekend because we play football together.
Ibrahim Hussein
Elementary

My best friend's name is Fawzi. He's 29 and he lives in Harawa in Sirt. He's married and he will become a father soon. He's an Imam and he's also a businessman. He's always reading because he prepares for Friday prayers. In his free time he visits me and we also go out together.
He likes Libyan food but he doesn't like chicken. I see Fawzi when I got o Harawa on holiday because I study English in Tripoli. We're always in contact by mobile phone.
Aymen Benamer
Elementary


My best friend's name is Ahmed. He's 31. He lives in Tripoli. He's single. He's an engineer and he's also a soccer player. He likes work. In his free time he watches TV and plays computer games. He likes beef burgers. He also loves coffee. 
I see Ahmed every day, also we play football together. I also see him at the weekend.
Ibrahim Soliman Mady
Elementary

Sunday, August 4, 2013

Starter Students

My name is Mohmad. I'm 16 years old. I'm from Libya. I live in Tripoli. I'm a student. I study in high school. I want to be a pilot. 

My name is Moner. I'm 17. I'm from Libya. I live in Tripoli. I'm a student. I study in university. I want to be an accountant.

My name is Ahmed. I'm 17. I'm from Libya. I live in Tripoli. I'm a student. I study in high School. I want to be an accountant.

My name is Fatima. I'm 14. I'm from Libya. I live in Tripoli. I'm a student. I study in high school. I want to be a doctor in the future.

My name is Abd Almhumn. I'm 13. I'm from Libya. I live in Tripoli. I'm a student. I study in high school. I want to be a businessman.

My name is Hameed. I am 39 years old. I am from Janzour. I am an accountant in a big insurance company. 




Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Describing Libya

The beginner students have been using adjectives that they've learnt in class to make sentences describing different places in Libya:

Misrata is an industrial city. There are some factories.
Shahat is a historic city. There are old buildings.
Tripoli is a commercial city.
Ghadames is an old city.
Zawya is a small city.
Tripoli is a capital city.

Noha

Misrata is an industrial city.
Tripoli is a modern, big, economical, expensive and commercial city.
Labda isa traditional city.
Gharian is a small city.
Sabratha is a historic city.
Tripoli is a capital city.

Mawada Adnan Franka

Misrata is an industrial and commercial city.
Alkhoms is a small, commercial, traditional and cheap city.
Tripoli is a capital city with varied people.
Sirt is a small modern city.
Sormon is a small and traditional city.

Hussain Ahmad Ashur

Labda is a historic city.
Tarhouna is a big hill.
Tajoura is a commercial city.
Tripoli has expensive homes.
Misrata is an industrial city.

Ibrahim Hussan

Sabratha is a historic city. It is an old city.
Benghazi is a political city.
Tripoli is a commercial city and expensive.
Labda and Shahat are touristic cities.
AlGhadames is an old city.
Aljabal Alakhdar near Benghazi is a big desert.

Ibrahim Salam Gharba

1. Mistrata is an industrial city.
2. Labda is a historic city.
3. Ghadames is an old city.
4. Tripoli is a modern city.
5. Sabratha is a small city.

Hassan Hamza

Tripoli is a big capital city.
Misrata is an industrial metropolitan city.
Sabratha is varied and not expensive.

Ahmed Zhmol


  • Tripoli is a modern city.
  • Ghadames is a historic city. There are old buildings.
  • Misrata is an industrial city. There are steel factories there.
  • Misrata is a commercial city. There are some factories there.
  • Tripoli is the capital of Libya.
  • Tripoli is a varied city. There are a lot of people from different places.
  • Gharian is a geological city. There are geological structures there.
Adel Mohamed Alazabi

1. Ghadames is a historic city. There are old buildings.
2. Misrata is an industrial city. There are some factories.
3. Tripoli has varied people.
4. Sirt is a modern city. There are new buildings.
5. Sabratha is a traditional city. There are old buildings.

Ibrahim Soliman Mady

Sosa is a spectacular city.
Misrata is an economical city.
Tripoli is a big city.
Alzawia is a modern city.
Tajoura is a small city.

Ibrahim Omar

Tripoli is a big city. It's a varied city.
There is and old city in Tripoli. It's a historic place.
Tripoli is the capital of Libya and it's modern.
The houses are very expensive in Tripoli.
It's a commercial city and an industrial city.
Tripoli is a spectacular city.
There are many playgrounds, a soccer stadium, some big hospitals and two airports.

Aymen Benamer

  • Shahat is a spectacular city. Shahat is good for tourists.
  • Misrata is an industrial city. In Misrata there are some factories.
  • Sabratha is a traditional city. It is an old city.
  • Tripoli is a metropolitan city. It is the capital city in Libya.
  • Benghazi is a political city.
Hatem Al-jrrah

  • Libya is a historic country. There are many old buildings.
  • Tripoli in Libya is metropolitan. There are many new buildings and modern cars.
  • Misrata in Libya is a commercial city. There are many factories, one airport and a seaport.
  • Tripoli is the capital of Libya. There are many hospitals and modern buildings. It's a residential city.
  • Tripoli is Libya is a cosmopolitan city. There are many different people.
Ibrahim Abubaker Eljerbi


Sunday, July 14, 2013

Learning & Writing About Famous People

The Beginner students are learning about famous people. They've written sentences and displayed them on their classroom wall. Well done!

Click on the pictures for a larger image.







Monday, July 8, 2013

Tahani's likes and dislikes

I'm twenty-seven years old. I'm a student. I hate sports, especially soccer. I like listening to music and I like going to the movies. I have a TV because I like watching TV. 

Tahani Mohammed
Elementary

About Aymen

I'm 27-years old. I'm an electrical engineer. I'm looking for an apartment near Almaqar Centre. I like football. I like playing football. I like playing video games. I like pets. I don''t like watching TV and I don't like listening to music. I have a cat, her name is Bossy. She lives with me.

If you are interested send me an email.

Aymen Haiba
Elementary

About Ibrahim

I'm a 27-year old electrical engineer and a I have big house with 4 rooms near the train. I love sport, especially volleyball. I like listening to the Quran, but I don't like going to the movies. I have a TV because I like watching TV. I don't like animals. If you are interested, send me an email.

Ibrahim Uoshah
Elementary

About Osama

I'm a 24-year old university student. I have a small house not far from the university. I need three roommates. I have a TV. I like watching TV and listening to music. I don't like animals. I have a big kitchen so I like cooking. If you are interested contact me by email.

Osama M. Ahbesh
Elementary

About Esra

My name is Esra. I'm an engineer. I love dancing. I like watching TV in Ramadan and I love walking at night. I don't like going to the movies and I hate animals.

Esra Alfallah
Elementary

What I like and don't like

I'm 27 years old and I study in Almaqar English Center. I like listening to music, especially when I'm tired. I love watching football games and I like gardening. I don't like TV programmes. I hate going shopping alone because I get confused about what to choose. I like going out with my friends to have fun.

Najat Ammar
Elementary

Likes and dislikes

I'm 26 years old. I am an engineer. I like tennis and swimming, but I don't like football. I love shopping. I hate doing housework.

Bayareq Issa
Elementary

Sunday, July 7, 2013

About Abdelmola

I'm Abdelmola Elmusrati. I'm a 50 year old engineer at a Libyan TV channel. I live in Tripoli at Shat Street. I'm married and I have five children; 4 sons and one daughter. I have a black car. I like to watch TV.

Abdelmola Elmusrati
Engineer

Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Good news!


To: Asma@yahoo.com
From: Nisreen@yahoo.com
Subject: good news


Dear Asma,

How are you? I hope you are fine. Sorry I didn't reply to your email because I was busy and I've just checked my email today. Last week was a busy week. What's more, it was very exciting.

My sister and I went out for lunch on Friday. Her boyfriend invited us with his sister to a new restaurant. We went to Abu Ali Restaurant. It was nice and also quieter than other restaurants. However, it wasn't cheap! 

We sat together. His sister and I were looking at them and they were shy. We ate together, after that Ahmed asked my sister to sit at another table. i laughed also I felt embarrassed! However, he was right, they had to speak together.

After that we were having an ice cream and the lights went off. It was a surprise for my sister. The waiters started clapping and singing. Ahmed surprised her by asking her to marry him. She didn't believe it because that was her dream. They were very happy after a very long relationship of seven years. They will get married in June.

I need a nice dress from Italy if you can!

Love,
Nisreen

Nisreen Abunas
Pre-Intermediate A

Some good news


To: Ahmed@yahoo.com
From: Mohammed@gmail.com
Subject: Some good news

Dear Ahmed,

How are you? Thank's so much for your email. Today was busy and a hard day, but it was a good day because my superviser gave me some good news. Next month the company is going to send me to the United States for graduate studies. I can't believe it! They're also going to pay me my salary during the study period. What's more they're going to upgrade me after the end of my studies. Next week I'm going back to Tripoli for a holiday. I want to buy some new clothes for the United States' weather.

With love,
Mohammed

Mohammed Alsherif
Pre-Intermediate A

Travel plans


Dear Abdsalam,

How are you? Sorry I didn't invite you last Friday to my party in my cousin's farm. We went at 8 o'clock in the morning. I invited Hatem and Asam to this party. It was a nice party and we missed you with us.

We cooked delicious food. It was meat with vegetables and it was amazing and what's more it was very spicy. After the meal we discussed our plans for next month. I also suggested to them to go first to Milan then Rome. Asem brought our passports and we also got a visa, congratulations! Asam and I persuaded Hatem to go with us to Italy, but it wasn't easy.

Hatem went to Italy last year. He knew almost everything. He was born in Italy. He goes with us we are going to consume a lot of time and money. I'd like to remind you that the time of travel is on Monday the 2nd of March at 10:00 am.

Best regards,
Mohamed

M. Harisha
Pre-Intermediate A

An invitation


Hello Olie,

How are you my friend? I hope you are well. I'm sending this email to invite you to my birthday party. 

Two weeks ago I was tired and sick, but now I am feeling well. I will have a party and we will have a nice day.

Olie, don't forget Niel. Please invite him. He is a very nice person and also very funny. What's more, I think we will have a great time together, though I do not drink.

I'm waiting for your reply soon.

Have a nice day.
Best regards,

Mohamed

Mohamed Akasha
Pre-Intermediate A

A new job


Dear Ahmed,

I hope my email finds you well. You sound busy because I haven't received any new emails recently.

I have got a new job. I am working in the emergency room in El-Khadra Hospital. I got this job recently. What's more, I am a senior in my group. I have friendly colleagues, but lots of responsibility and I have to deal with different classes of people. That sometimes makes me feel insecure. 

I work fixed duties every week, so I don't have to go every day to the hospital. I like my new job. We have to get together next week. Please keep in touch with me.

Kind regards,

Ashref

Ashref A. Elmansory
Pre-Intermediate A

Monday, February 4, 2013

A Special Gift

During the revolution I was a rebel in the medical team in Yefren Hospital. At that time, I had recently graduated from university and I didn't have enough experience in dealing with serious cases and there was a shortage of doctors at that hospital. 

There was a patient in critical condition in the intensive care unit (ICU), and he needed a special treatment. I had never given it because this drug needs special preparation. I had no choice, either to try to give the treatment or I will lose the patient. 

I took a risk and calculated the minimal dose and gave it to him. I was very worried, and I said I wish I had a BNF Book - this book tells us the correct way to give medicine.

The next morning a rebel came to tell me that there was a man who brought with him some medication and needed a doctor to administer the medicine, so I went with him to administer the drugs. He was an old man and with him was a small box which he gave to me. I shook hands with the man and I thanked him and I went back to my room. When I opened the box I found a small book written on it 'BNF'. I cried because of the coincidence.

Ashref A. Elmansory
Pre-Intermediate A

Monday, January 21, 2013

Intermediate Level English Course


An Intermediate level English language course will begin the first week of February 2013. 
Three times a week, 3 hours per lesson (4pm - 7pm). 

If you are interested in joining please register as soon as possible. 
  • For more information: 092-486-7908 | 091-632-9708



Student Profiles

Mohamed H
Mohamed H is one of the young doctors in Central Hospital ICU. He got his degree from Tripoli University in 2008. When he was 25, he got his first job as a doctor in the surgical ICU. It's an interesting job, but it's stressfull also. Mohamed is one of the volunteers in the organ transplant program.

I met Mohamed the first time in Medina, Saudi Arabia. He has also visited many countries such as Jordan, Turkey and Tunisia and he's planning to visit Italy also. 

Mohamed was born in Tripoli in 1984. He lives with his family in Alfornaj. He has 3 brothers and 3 sisters. 

At the moment, Mohamed is learning English to improve his level because he's going to travel to study in his field of medicine. I wish for him all the best.

Ashref Ayad Elmansory
Pre-Intermediate A


Nesreen
Nesreen was born in Tripoli where she lives now. She lives with her parents and she has brothers and a sister.

She studies at the faculty of engineering for 4 years and then graduated with a bachelor's degree and after graduation worked in an engineering company for a few months. 

At the moment she is unemployed, and learning  English language to improve herself in employment. 

Mona M Abodina
Pre-Intermediate A


Sunday, January 6, 2013

IELTS Preparation Course


The next IELTS Preparation course will begin on January 27, 2013. If you are interesting in joining the course please visit us at Almaqar to register.  The price includes all course material but does not include the exam fee. Self access practice material is available to students enrolled the course at no additional charge. 

Saturday, January 5, 2013