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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 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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Top TEN websites for studying English

Top TEN websites for studying English

The internet is full of websites for studying English but which ones are the most useful? Janice, Assistant Academic Director at ELC Brighton, lists her Top 10 sites to help you practise and improve your English. 1.  http://www.bbc.co.uk/learningenglish This site focuses on presenting authentic and up-to-date current affairs, with vocabulary support and quizzes to check your understanding and help you to read newspapers and watch the news on TV. Lower Intermediate (CEFR B1) to Advanced (CE... Read More
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Student Testimonial: Thai sponsored students

Student Testimonial: Thai sponsored students

We recently had a group of Thai government-sponsored students studying with us with the aim of getting the IELTS score they needed to go on to study at a UK university. They were originally scheduled to study with us for 32 weeks but all of them achieved the IELTS score they needed, or higher, within 27 weeks.   In the video below we talked to them about their experiences at ELC Brighton. They all seemed to greatly enjoy their time here and it was a pleasure to have them! In the video you c... Read More
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