It is no secret that in English, the word order in a sentence, in contrast to Lithuanian language, is fixed. It is confusing, even in short sentences, so while using a few adjectives in a row, course participants are hesitant and do not trust their knowledge.
What is the “OSASCOMP” rule and how to memorize this acronym, will be explained by our cheerful teacher Akvilė. The key to teaching students something (seemingly) as mysterious as a new language is keeping them curious and encouraging them to think critically, says the teacher. That is why she is sure her students leave the classroom every time more confident, ready to take one and many more steps forward.