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  1. #1
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    Learn English and Play Tennis, or just have a holiday

    [B]Learn English and Play tennis in Sunny Malta at the Zebbug Tennis Club, contact me, or just come and have a great tennis holiday here on our friendly, culture filled and great student night life here. We will take care of all your bookings from start to finish.
    Do not miss this unique opportunity
    Contact on
    Email: thunder@maltanet.net

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Attard
    [B]Learn English and Play tennis in Sunny Malta at the Zebbug Tennis Club, contact me, or just come and have a great tennis holiday here on our friendly, culture filled and great student night life here. We will take care of all your bookings from start to finish.
    Do not miss this unique opportunity
    Contact on
    Email: thunder@maltanet.net
    Have seen in the Times of Malta adverts regarding open days at St Dorothy's Zebbug, Do you have any tennis course that are held during the morinings during the week. Helena at kinowa@nextgen.net.mt

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    learn english in England

    I went to England last summer and attended an English course it was an unusual situation as it was not one of those large commercial type of establishments it was a small, cosy home and I lived with my English tutor. I had my own large spacious room, and also had the use of a television.
    English tuition was four hours daily and included spoken and written English. The food was great, and included all sorts of home cooked cuisine. I went on excursions to places of interest, which included other recreational sites like discovering the local beaches and majestic castles which Wales has a lot of. While I was on the course I met some lovely people, one student was from Japan, and another was from Russia. The name of the course I attended is "Bienvenue English Homestay" and I recommend it to all of you who are interested in attending a hands on English course in an English home.
    Here is the website address; www.kupidskiss.net

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