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How To Improve Your English Using Netflix

Netflix has changed the way we spend our free time. We don’t have to wait a week for a new episode of our favourite TV shows anymore, instead we can Read More

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Free English Eco Classes at Oxford House

Have you ever wanted to study English but struggled to find the time or money? We are offering you the chance to study English Eco for one month COMPLETELY FREE if you are currently unemplo... Read More

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Exam Day Tips: The Written Paper [Infographic]

Exams are nerve-wracking. Between going to class, studying at home and worrying about the results, it’s easy to forget the little things that could make or break your exam day success.

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10 Reasons to Study English at Oxford House

Learning a second language, for many people, is one of the best decisions they ever make. Travel, work, culture, education, personal development - there are lots of reasons why you might decide to become a ... Read More

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4 Ways English Words are Born

Have you ever wondered where English words come from?

There are a whopping 171,476 words in the . From Read More

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How to Improve your English with YouTube

If you’ve been studying English for a long time, you’ve probably tried lots of different ways of learning the language at home. Our students are always looking for new ways to improve their reading, wri... Read More

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Myths and Mysteries of the English Language

Learning another language as an adult can be frustrating. We’re problem-solvers. We look for patterns in language and try to formulate rules. Unfortunately, there’s not always much logic to be found in ... Read More

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10 English words you need for 2018

Languages are constantly on the move and English is no exception! As technology, culture and politics evolve, we’re faced with the challenge of trying to find new words to describe all these changes. So, ... Read More

  • By: Brenda