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Phrasal Verbs Series: The difference between give way, give away, give out, give up and give in

Posted on 16 September, 2017 at 11:25 Comments comments (0)

Suitable for CEFR pre-intermediate (B1+)


Give way

Give way is used to describe when a physical structure collapses under too much weight. 

For example: The bookshelf gave way.


It can also mean withdrawing or yielding to open space for something else.

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How to Prepare for a Job Interview

Posted on 20 August, 2017 at 11:25 Comments comments (0)

Suitable for CEFR intermediate (B2+)


Job interviews can be nerve-wracking for anyone, but how should you prepare for an interview if English is not your first language?




Prepare for your English language job interview just as you would for any other interview. This should include researching...

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British Values: What is Democracy and Why is it Important?

Posted on 7 June, 2017 at 17:15 Comments comments (0)

Suitable for CEFR intermediate (B2) + 

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The UK is a democratic societyDemocracy is listed as one of the fundamental British Values and Principles, and on the 8th June 2017 millions of British citizens will vote at polling s...

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The Benefits of One-to-One Tutoring

Posted on 28 May, 2017 at 13:35 Comments comments (0)

Suitable for CEFR intermediate (B2) +




One-to-one tutoring has several advantages over group study. Firstly, one-to-one tutoring is a personal experience between you and the tutor, and for this reason one-to-one tutoring can be much more focused and versatile than learning in a group setting.

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Introduction to Phrasal Verbs

Posted on 2 July, 2016 at 14:50 Comments comments (0)

Suitable for CEFR pre-intermediate (B1), intermediate (B2) +



Many learners find phrasal verbs difficult, even if they have been learning English for a long time, but it doesn’t have to be that way!


Phrasal verbs are incredibly common in spoken English, and recognising them is essential to improve your con...

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