6 ways to improve your writing skills for IELTS

12 December, 2016
Marissa Venn

Many people struggle with the IELTS exam, it’s well-known for being tough, and will test anyone’s language abilities to the limit. For a lot of people, the writing part of the test can be the most stressful, but don’t worry, we have some top tips for anyone who might be finding it tough.

How do I make friends with Canadians?

06 December, 2016
Marissa Venn

A common issue for students in Canada, especially long-term students, is that they have trouble meeting and making friends with Canadians. In this blog series, we offer some advice on how to break the barriers and start talking to Canadians.

How to improve your English skills in London

02 December, 2016
Erin O'Neill

If you’re a new resident to England’s dynamic capital city, you might not realise just how many different resources there are in London that can help you to improve your English language skills. By living in an English city surrounded by native speakers you have already taken the first step in improving your language skills. 

Top tips for studying in Canada

29 November, 2016
James Burt

It might not seem so, but deciding about where to study English abroad is tough. There are lots of options, from the United Kingdom to the United States, plus so many other considerations: budget, accommodation, and time. It’s a pretty big decision to make.

Formal and informal email phrases to learn

23 November, 2016
Erin O'Neill

Nowadays there’s no getting away from emails, especially in business. Emails are one of the most widely used forms of communication, taking over from older, slower methods of conveying messages like sending a fax or writing a letter. Email is highly effective, it only needs an internet connection to work and messages are easily archived and searched through, making it a popular tool for companies.

 

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