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There is a four-letter word which strikes fear into the heart of every student: exam - IELTS, FCE, CAE, CPE…

A book read is a mind fed!

Travelling is a wonderful experience. There are many advantages to visiting other countries, like learning a new language, learning about other cultures, trying new food and a host of others.

Representatives from 17 UK universities, including City University London, SOAS and Essex, exhibited at Bell’s University + You event in Cambridge this week to showcase their institutions to over 150 international students interested in furthering their studies at a UK university.

Let’s think about the Speaking exam:

It lasts for 11-14 minutes…that is less than 14 minutes to show your examiner the extent of your speaking skills. Not long, so you should take absolutely every opportunity to show off!

Do you want to sound ‘more English’? Perhaps like your favourite actor or singer?  

You will be familiar with the four language skills – reading, listening, writing and speaking. But what are study skills and how important are they for students learning English?

Students from 35 countries are expected to attend University + You, a Higher Education Fair in Cambridge this November, to find out more about studying at a British university.

If you look around you, you will see all sorts of things that would have been impossible in the past;  Technology is so advanced nowadayswe can fly, we don't have to walk to work or use animals to farm and we can contact someone on the other side of the planet instantly. 

If you grew up in Russia, you might have read Tolstoy’s War and Peace. If you grew up in France, you may well have read Hugo’s Notre Dame de Paris (The Hunchback of Notre Dame) and if you grew up in Brazil you are likely to have read Armoda’s Dona Flor and Her Two Husbands.