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IELTS Preparation Tips And Tricks For The Listening Test

IELTS Preparation Tips And Tricks For The Listening Test

IELTS Preparation Courses in Brighton The IELTS test assesses your English language ability in all 4 skills – listening, reading, writing and speaking. There are 2 types of IELTS test – IELTS Academic and IELTS General training. Typically students wishing to study at a UK university at undergraduate or post-graduate level will require IELTS Academic and so most language schools in the UK offer this training.  Simon is back again with final instalment of IELTS tips. This time we ... Read More
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IELTS Preparation Tips And Tricks For The Writing Test

IELTS Preparation Tips And Tricks For The Writing Test

IELTS Preparation Courses in Brighton The IELTS test assesses your English language ability in all 4 skills – listening, reading, writing and speaking. There are 2 types of IELTS test – IELTS Academic and IELTS General training. Typically students wishing to study at a UK university at undergraduate or post-graduate level will require IELTS Academic and so most language schools in the UK offer this training.  In this post we are going to look at the IELT... Read More
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IELTS Preparation Tips And Tricks For The Speaking Test

IELTS Preparation Tips And Tricks For The Speaking Test

IELTS Preparation Courses in Brighton The IELTS test assesses your English language ability in all 4 skills – listening, reading, writing and speaking. There are 2 types of IELTS test – IELTS Academic and IELTS General training. Typically students wishing to study at a UK university at undergraduate or post-graduate level will require IELTS Academic and so most language schools in the UK offer this training.  Simon gives his top tips for the IELTS speaki... Read More
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IELTS Preparation Tips and Tricks for the Reading Test

IELTS Preparation Tips and Tricks for the Reading Test

IELTS Preparation Courses in Brighton The IELTS test assesses your English language ability in all 4 skills – listening, reading, writing and speaking. There are 2 types of IELTS test – IELTS Academic and IELTS General training. Typically students wishing to study at a UK university at undergraduate or post-graduate level will require IELTS Academic and so most language schools in the UK offer this training.  In this post we are going to look at the IELT... Read More
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Eastbourne School of English and ELC Brighton – re-brand

Eastbourne School of English and ELC Brighton – re-brand

Exciting news from Eastbourne School of English and ELC Brighton Following the merger of Eastbourne School of English with The English Language Centre in Brighton in 2010, we have been working very closely together as one organisation with a combined experience of more than 130 years. We feel the time is now right to move to 1 common brand with 1 logo and 1 brochure to ensure greater clarity about the relationship of the 2 schools which are run by the educational charity The English Language Cen... Read More
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Top Tips for Cambridge speaking exams

Top Tips for Cambridge speaking exams

Nervous about your English speaking exam? Wondering how you can get a good score? To help you, we asked our team of experienced exam teachers, many of whom are also oral examiners, for their top tips:  1. Give a positive first impression to the examiner  Smile! Have ‘open’, positive body language Speak up! Relax! Speak clearly! 2. Try to show the examiner what you know  Avoid short, uncommunicative answers Don’t just say ‘yes’ or ‘no&rsq... Read More
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Test your English online!

Test your English online!

We are pleased to announce the arrival of our new online English test. The test is a perfect way to check your level of English before you arrive at the school. The test is comprised of 50 multiple choice questions that test your understanding of English and, at the end of the test, we give you a level from Beginner to Advanced or A1 to C2 on the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages).  Once you know your English level you can see which English courses are suitable for ... Read More
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