Thursday, December 6, 2012

Labor English Zone 3rd Anniversary

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Labor English Zone started on 6th December 2009. Since then we have published 600+ posts and have received over 23,000 visitors who have viewed more than 42,000 pages. Our busiest day was 11th May 2010, when our hits peaked at 122 visitors (we guess the following day there was a pbl deadline or some kind of exam!!). Posted on February 27th 2010, this entry about school jokes, with over 3,000 visitors, has been the most popular one during our first three years.

...and after all this time things can only get better: As you probably know, we have to boast our new writer at LEZ, Raquel LP, whose contribution and insight are truly invaluable.

We want to thank you all for being there and for your visits. We would like to encourage you to send us comments and messages with your ideas and suggestions for new posts. We are interested in hearing what interests you.

To celebrate we are 3 years old, we publish again our first post, "The Italian Man Who Went to Malta":

6th December 2009

Let's begin with some humour. Italian and Spanish are arguably the hardest accents to get rid of. Practise pronunciation drills and try to polish your accent in case you go to Malta too!!


No copyright infringement intended. For educational, non-commercial purposes only.

6 comments:

  1. It’s truly been a pleasure and an honour to start writing for LEZ. It’s always easy to join a project which is fully developed, as this blog was when I started my contribution. I must congratulate Álvaro for his dedication and the magnificent job carried out along these 3 years, keeping the blog updated almost everyday with funny, shocking, interesting and cool posts. (OMG, it sounds to me as if I were thanking an Oscar :):))
    Btw, I hadn’t watched the clip before... hilarious!! :):)

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  2. Happy Birthday Labor English Zone(:

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  3. Congratulations my friend.I cannot understan how you é que fas because it´s so difficult todo isto...

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    1. Oh, Robert, Robert, at first I didn't know who you could be, but "it's so difficult todo isto" gave me a clue... ;)

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    2. How clever you are. Congratulaions again and...Whatever floats your boat.

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  4. Congratulation LEZ!!!!

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