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Looking For A Job In London? 7 Reasons To Improve Your English With Private Tutoring
20th June, 2015

In today’s employment landscape, getting a good job in London is difficult if you are not fluent in English. Private tutoring, with its dedicated resources and direct support, will make you more confident during interviews and make your CV more attractive to potential employers. But that’s not all. Here are 7 reasons why working with […]

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Learn IELTS In London – Private Tutoring Versus Large Classes
20th June, 2015

The international English language testing system (IELTS) is a world-acclaimed English proficiency examination, with millions of people taking it annually. The tests assesses how well a learner reads, writes, speaks, and understands English. There are two types: IELTS Academic (for those who plan to continue their education or obtain professional credentials) and IELTS General Training, […]

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6 Reasons to Use Online Learning to Improve Your English
20th June, 2015

Online learning is becoming more popular as time passes: research indicates that more than 7.1 million students are taking at least one online course at any given time. This post examines six reasons why you should pursue web-based courses to become more proficient in English. Reason No. 1: Real-time Access and Flexibility Learning in an […]

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5 Tips To Help You Pass Your Citizenship Tests And Improve Your Life In The UK
20th June, 2015

A new law passed in October 2013 requires all applicants for British citizenship to pass two important tests: ESOL Entry 3 Speaking & Listening (CEFR B1) Life in the UK test. As you prepare to take both tests, it’s natural to be nervous. But these five tips will help you get ready by explaining what […]

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Learning English at the Museum
24th June, 2014

People go to museums in London for a number of reasons: to learn about different aspects of British history, see awe-inspiring artifacts, and check out special, time-limited exhibits. Few realise that ESOL students can also go to museums to improve their English-language skills. The British Museum and the Geffrye offer tours and workshops aimed at […]

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Learning English with Podcasts
24th June, 2014

English- language podcasts are a great way to accelerate a student’s listening, comprehension and speaking abilities. They are convenient and portable: students can download them onto an MP3 player and listen to them anytime and anywhere. There are several good ESOL podcasts on the Internet. Some target beginners while others are intermediate, advanced, or aimed […]

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Things to do in London for less than £20
24th June, 2014

Like most students, you are probably following a budget. London can be an expensive city to call home, but fortunately the city offers exciting recreational activities that cost less than £20. Practise your English and have fun without emptying your bank account in the process. Afternoon Tea Afternoon tea has been a staple of British […]

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Challenges in Learning English
16th June, 2014

Although English is supposedly one of the easiest languages to learn, it still presents challenges for students who are accustomed to a different sentence structure and alphabet. Difficulties can also originate at ability level: some students don’t learn as quickly as others, are not as adept at communication, or may be shy in expressing what […]

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Working While Studying in London
16th June, 2014

London is the hub of all major UK industry, with hundreds of jobs available for those students who wish to work to support their English-language studies. Opportunities exist in finance, fashion, retail, hospitality, and other growing industry sectors. Part-time jobs will give students additional money and important work skills that can strengthen their CV. Find […]

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How to choose the right English language school
16th June, 2014

You’ve decided that you want to learn English in London. Your choice of city is ideal: London is vibrant, fun, and an excellent place to immerse yourself in the English language. But there are so many schools offering first-rate English classes for all purposes. How do you choose the right one? Online Research Visiting the […]

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Keeping an English-Language Journal
16th June, 2014

Journal keeping has always been a popular form of self-expression for those who prefer not to vent their feelings in public. It is also a valuable tool for English-language students to practice their written English and monitor their progress. By observing that later entries are more in-depth, involve complicated verb tenses, and contain fewer grammatical […]

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Using Computers to Learn English
16th June, 2014

Computers are a part of a student’s everyday life. They surf the Internet at home and at school, check their e-mails, and indulge in chat and Skype conversations with their friends and family. But using the Internet to study English presents special challenges, especially for students who are used to learning solely from books and […]

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Loneliness in London: a Student’s Guide to Coping
16th June, 2014

It really is true that we can feel lonely in crowds. Even in a classroom or student accommodation with other ESOL students, you can feel isolated and uncomfortable. It’s a situation made even worse if you see others making friends effortlessly while you sit there, wanting to belong but not sure how to. It’s not […]

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How to Practice for and Succeed at Job Interviews
16th June, 2014

Once their spoken and written English has reached the required proficiency level, ESOL students who want to live and work in the UK will start going on job interviews. This is a big step that can make English-language students nervous for a number of reasons, but there are measures they can take to make the […]

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