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Did you know that the English language borrows words from other languages and then makes them into ‘English’ words? This is a process that has taken place for centuries with words coming from languages all over the world.

This summer we caught up with Louis, a Bell University Foundation Programme graduate from Belgium, who is now studying at the University of Reading. Louis visited his former school, Bell Cambridge, to say hello to his tutors and tell us what it’s like to study at university in the UK.

Our Tea, Cake and Conversation club is always a popular choice with our students! We discuss our opinions on a range of subjects and current affairs, all while indulging in some traditional British tea and cake.
The IELTS reading test can be on any subject from the history of bridges to grizzly bears. Prepare by reading as widely as possible and completing our IELTS reading exercises.
Bell is a place that people come back to. Meet Eduardo from Brazil who studied at Bell Cambridge in 1996.
If used well, idiomatic expressions are one form of informal language that can impress an IELTS speaking examiner. Learn how to use some of the most common idioms.
We took our competitive students to Cambridge Leisure Park for a game of ten pin bowling. Read more about their afternoon.
Read our guide on applying to a UK university, written by our expert University Counselling Manager.

The Paralympics is taking place in Brazil this September. How much do you know about the history of this event? Read the text and answer the sentence-completion questions.

How do you know when you are becoming bilingual? Is it when you start dreaming in English? Read our article on the subject and complete our fill-in-the-gaps activity.