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Practise using verbs in different forms. 

A visit to the historic town of Windsor with our London students.

We spent a very fun Friday afternoon visiting the new climbing centre in Cambridge.

Discover what umami is and practise your reading skills.

Learn how to describe the sounds animals make in English.

The UK and USA both speak English, however they use different vocabulary. Discover some key differences between British English and American English. 

In a previous blog we looked at some irregular verbs that have now become regular. Learn why is this happening. 

Today (28 February) is Shrove Tuesday – in the UK this day is also known as Pancake Day. People all over the UK eat pancakes with sugar and fresh lemon or orange juice.

    All students who are studying English need to learn irregular verbs. There are about 200 irregular verbs in English; about 50 of these are very common and are used in speaking and writing all the time.

    Learn some money-related idioms to add to your vocabulary.