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Learn Speaking English: Powerful Public Speaking Tips

December 12, 2016

The Difference Between Written and Spoken English Although everyone picks things up at different speeds, spoken English is generally considered a harder art to master than written English. According to the Independent, the most common complaint language learners make about English is the spelling-pronunciation divide. Unlike our American neighbours, whose …

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The Benefits of being Bilingual

November 28, 2016

Being able to speak more than one language is a great achievement for many, opening up opportunities for conversation wherever you are in the world. It is estimated that over half of the global population is able to speak at least two languages and a growing number of international students …

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Five Essential Study Tips for Language Success

November 21, 2016

Find a productive and secluded place to work. Steve Gardam, director of the Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre, reveals some of Roald Dahl’s working habits and how they inspire productivity for any budding student. One of which was Roald Dahl’s insistence that finding a special place to work will …

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Life after Brexit: Why Study in the UK is More Important than Ever

November 8, 2016

As I am sure you know, on June 24th 2016 Britain voted to leave the European Union. This decision, commonly referred to as ‘Brexit’, has already prompted certain changes but what are they and how could they affect your decision to study in the UK? Reduced value of the British …

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