How to prepare for an English exam

23 June, 2017
Erin O'Neill

Exams are always a nerve wracking experience, and it’s completely normal to feel under pressure before sitting one. English exams come in many forms – listening, reading, writing, speaking – or a combination of one or more of these parts. Depending on which type of English test you’re going to be taking, you will revise in slightly different ways.

5 tips to make English learning fun

16 June, 2017
Erin O'Neill

Some people might not see English learning as the most exciting activity in the world – it can often feel like a chore, especially if you’re used to spending time in a classroom environment with your head in a textbook. There are, however, easy ways to liven up your learning experience. 

Tongue twisters to improve pronunciation

28 April, 2017
Erin O'Neill

Tongue twisters are a collection of words or phrases that are difficult to say correctly. They are also a great tool for language learners to use to practise their English pronunciation.

These fun phrases can be difficult for even native speakers, with confusing alliteration and combinations of similar words. 

When to use a comma in English

28 October, 2016
Erin O'Neill

Commas are one of the most frequently used punctuation marks in the English language- they’re also one of the most misused. Commas signify a pause between different parts of a sentence, making the meaning clearer and the writing easier to read. 

Interesting topics for conversation classes

18 October, 2016
Erin O'Neill

Conversation classes are one of the best ways to elevate your speaking skills to the next level. Whilst learning English you might find that you do better at reading and writing than speaking; if this is the case, conversation classes are a great way to get your speaking skills up to the same standard.

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