Finding it hard to improve your English?

Most English learners will find that they reach a plateau at some point. This is where you can speak English well enough to communicate with others but you notice less improvement in your language skills than you did at the start. Many find they have reached a comfort zone where there is a danger of becoming demotivated as they can already get by using the English words, phrases and tenses with which they are comfortable. If you want to have Read More

Kate And Her Experience Studying English In London

I studied at Academy for 6 months and had a great opportunity to gain different learning experience with several teachers. All of them were highly professional, knowledgeable and supportive. I`m thrilled with my results as I filled in a plenty of grammar and vocabulary gaps and got closer to fluency. Don`t miss Speaking classes! They are such a pleasant bonus and could help you to make even more friends from all over the world and know more Read More

American English And British English

If you are seriously and permanently engaged in the study of the English language, it is important to know that there are two basic types of English: American and British. It goes without saying that the Americans and the British speak differently. American English – English is spoken in the United States. This category includes all the dialects that exist in this country. British English – English is spoken in the United Kingdom. This category includes the Read More

English Learning Away From School

At  School, we believe the best way to learn English is to immerse yourself in it from all areas of life, both socially, & academically. We encourage extra-curricular activities, and are keen to show you ways that you can extend your learning away from the classroom. Read More

Study Abroad In Japan So Much More Than Learning A New Language

Deciding to go to live and study abroad in Japan ten years ago has been the most important decision I have ever made and it really changed my life. There are so many things that I learnt and did, that I couldn’t do if I had stayed in the same country I was born in. If you can come with a student visa and study for at least 6 months, you’ll learn more Japanese that you could learn on a lifetime if you study in your country. I got so much more out of studying  Read More…

Take on the Japanese Language Proficiency Test
 Organized from N5 (easiest) to N1 (advanced, and I’m talking knowledge-of-kanji-not-even-regular- Japanese-people-understand advanced), the The Japanese Language Proficiency Test covers language, reading, and listening. At N5 and N4, candidates should be able to understand some basic Japanese. This means being able to read hiragana, katakana, and basic kanji, as well as comprehend basic conversation in daily life when spoken

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The History Of Languages

 Linguistics is a beautiful thing and one of much fascination for historians and other experts around the world. Have you ever wondered about their origin? Read on to get some facts. For centuries, humans have wondered about the origins of language and yet nobody is any the wiser due to lack of agreement on the topic as well as evidence. Evidence can be found in fossils as well as studies of language learning and comparisons between the Read More

7 Things To Remember When Studying Abroad

Studying abroad is a fantastic opportunity that any student should grab with both hands. It can, however, be hard to process how different things are in your new study destination. Hopefully by reading through these tips you’ll feel at least a little more confident and prepared to study abroad. Making friends with the locals will enhance your experience. They’ll be able to show you hidden sights, give you language tips, and provide you with insider info Read More

How To Remember A Word

There are so many words in the English language that sometimes you may ask yourself – how can I possibly remember them? Here are a few tips to help you and make remembering vocabulary fun and easy. By learning these ‘chunks’ not only will you remember vocabulary better but it will also help you to sound more like a natural English speaker. You can also use a collocations dictionary to extend your vocabulary. A useful one is the Oxford Read More…

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