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How to improve your English speaking without hesitation: 5 Tips

How to improve your English speaking without hesitation: 5 Tips

English Language conversation: how to improve English Speaking So you’ve been learning English as your second language, maybe you’ve taken a few courses at an English Language School, maybe you’re learning English all by yourself or maybe you took English as a second language many years ago and you’re worried that your spoken English has gotten rusty. Where ever you are on your learning journey, speaking confidently and clearly is very important in showing off what you kn... 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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The 3 reasons why executive English courses are bound to make a positive impact on your business

The 3 reasons why executive English courses are bound to make a positive impact on your business

Business English courses in England: what you need to know You are thinking about doing a business English course in England. So now you are asking yourself a question: Why? What will you get out of it? How exactly will this help you in your job? We list here the 3 most obvious reasons why doing a business English course in England will help you to do your job, and so help your business. English ability Obviously, doing a course at an English language school will improve your ability to use Engl... Read More
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What are the proven advantages of speaking English and being bilingual?

What are the proven advantages of speaking English and being bilingual?

What are the proven advantages of speaking English and being bilingual?   We live in a global community where different cultures and languages blend together.  There are more than 6,500 lang uages around the world spoken by billions of people.  We can’t choose which one we are going to speak as our mother language, but we can decide which language we are going to speak as a second language.  Deciding to learn to speak English is the best choice as it is the most popula... Read More
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English for beginners: Top Common mistakes when learning a new language

English for beginners: Top Common mistakes when learning a new language

Learning English as a Second Language: Mistakes to avoid Just starting out? You might be making mistakes that could make learning English as a second language even harder. Have a read through our top common mistakes when learning ESL (English as a second language) to ensure you’re not doing these things wrong! (Because no one wants a harder time, especially when learning English is no easy thing.) The biggest mistake people make is being too hard on themselves. It might make you less confi... Read More
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Ten websites for improving your English online

Ten websites for improving your English online

Top 10 Websites for improving your English Online Many of our language students come to us to learn English not just because they want to but because it’s a smart thing to do. With English being one of the main languages in global economic use many businesses and individuals are turning to England and learning the language to improve their chances of being successful in their futures. But what do you do if you don’t have the time to join an English language course? What do you do if ... Read More
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English plus Horse Riding in Eastbourne

English plus Horse Riding in Eastbourne

At Eastbourne School of English, we are delighted to announce the launch of a new course to complement our existing English + leisure programmes. Available all year round from May 2016, General English plus Horse Riding is a course for anyone over 16. No previous experience is required!  In the mornings students study on the General English course in a multi-national class at their level. For 3 afternoon per week students will have horse-riding lessons led by an experienced trainer. Lessons... Read More
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Interviews with the team: Jay talks to us about English food

Interviews with the team: Jay talks to us about English food

Jay Sokolova, Accommodation & Welfare Officer at ESOE, is originally from Latvia but has been living in Eastbourne for 8 years. Jay talks to us about English food: "When I first came to the UK I didn’t know much about English food. I originally come from Latvia, a country where we eat a lot of soups, salads, smoked meat and fish. There is also a wide selection of cheese, bread and cakes. Our first trip to the supermarket was interesting! Even though I couldn’t find the foods I am... 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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Interviews with the team: Keren talks to us about being a homestay provider

Interviews with the team: Keren talks to us about being a homestay provider

Keren works as administration assistant here at Eastbourne School of English. She is often one of the first people that students meet when they arrive at the school, and she is in charge of organising our Fifty Plus social programmes. Keren is also a host mum and talks about why she enjoys the experience. "I love being a host mum and we have been a host family for 7 years. I feel it is one of the most rewarding jobs you can do for yourself, your family and the students. I certainly don’t d... Read More
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