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The English language changes all the time, with blend words such as hangry, blog and glamping becoming part of every day conversation. 

Taking a break from studying for their IELTS our students have been learning about describing cake.

This week we have been preparing for IELTS and studying vocabulary related to urban issues.

The use of idiomatic phrases by British native speakers sometimes causes communication problems.

Most students who are learning English find the spelling of some words a difficult challenge and this is often also true for native-speakers.

Bell’s new Learning Management System (Bell Online) is an exciting new development for Bell's adult students at Cambridge and London, giving them access to a whole range of resources before, during and after their course, as well as a single place to go to for every aspect of their stay at Bell.

Do you know how phrasal verbs work? Learn about them with our latest blog.

Have you wondered what life's like at Bell while studying for the Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) exam?

Bell’s exciting new academy programme launches next year as part of our Summer Explorer course at Bloxham, Wellington College and The Leys.

Do you know the difference between academic written English and informal spoken English?