Tennis vocabulary and how to use it

13 July, 2017
Erin O'Neill

Tennis is a popular sport in the UK, and has been intertwined with British culture since 1877, when England hosted the first Wimbledon championship. Tourists, as well as sports lovers flock from all around the world to watch the games unfold.

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Unusual English phrases and what they mean

07 July, 2017
Erin O'Neill

Ever been asked if the cat’s got your tongue? Been told to let your hair down? The strange sayings of the English language can be confusing to get your head around. This isn’t helped by the fact that these expressions appear to make no sense whatsoever.

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Why study with TLG this summer

30 June, 2017
Erin O'Neill

Learning a new language is something with a lot of benefits; you’ll open up doors to exciting opportunities and experiences, and learn a lot about new and interesting cultures. 

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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.

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