Best Films to Practise English

Thursday, 18 June 2020 by

The King’s Speech Focuses on England’s King George, who had to overcome his stutter to deliver a speech on the radio.  Great film to improve your British accent as it strongly focuses on pronunciation. Love Actually Great romantic comedy film, set over the festive period.  Eight different stories set in London.  As there are many

1) Say the word loudly when trying to spell it. 2) Work out the number of syllables in the word, i.e. how many times do you move your mouth when you say the word? For example, Friday has two syllables and September has three syllables. 3) Spell the syllables, not the whole word. For example,

These study tips were created by our Pre-Intermediate and Intermediate level students. We hope that they will give you some inspiration. Feel free to send us your tips that might help other students. Organise your time well and plan what you are going to study. Set aims for yourself and check your progress regularly to

Best Films to Practise Spanish

Friday, 29 May 2020 by

The Motorcycle Diaries (Diarios de motocicleta) with Gael Garcia Bernal. It’s a biopic about the journey of the 23-year-old Ernesto Guevara, who would several years later become internationally known as Che Guevara. It is a nice movie to see different countries in Latin America and hear different accents. Pan’s Labyrinth (El laberinto del fauno) by

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Ways to Practise your Vocabulary

Thursday, 28 May 2020 by

You learn new words everyday and the next day in class you have forgotten them! Why is it so difficult to remember vocabulary? Here are some ways to help your memory and practise at home. Quizlet A great online resource to record vocabulary studied and you can review at any time. Matching activities, flashcards, spelling

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100% Online CELTA

Thursday, 21 May 2020 by

Interested in doing a CELTA qualification but stuck at home? Don’t worry – we are now offering a 100% online CELTA course, so you can gain your certificate without ever leaving the house! As a result of the COVID-19 situation, many of us have been staying at home and have not been able to go

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In Task 2, take time to analyse the question carefully and plan what you are going to write.  The examiner needs to see a relevant and coherent answer, not just one which talks generally about the topic. Make sure you understand what kind of essay it is:  advantages/disadvantages, problems and solutions etc. Use linking words

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Top 5 tips to learn new vocabulary Our students tell us that vocabulary is one of the biggest problems they have when studying for the IELTS exam. Academic vocabulary holds them back in the reading, writing, listening and speaking tests. There is no easy fix for this problem, but here are a few tips to

Teacher Stories – Ross

Monday, 04 May 2020 by

We recently interviewed CELTA graduate and ex-colleague Ross who is currently teaching in Vietnam. We’re very proud of him! When did you complete the CELTA course at Live Language? December 2017 What have you been doing since then? Started teaching at Live Language in 2018, and in 2019 I moved out to Vietnam to teach

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Considering applying to do a CELTA or have been accepted on a one? This can be an exciting but daunting time and you are probably wondering where to start with your preparation for the course. You want to ensure that you as prepared as you can be, for what is an extremely worthwhile yet demanding

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