There is a false belief that little children cannot learn two languages at the same time. However, it turns out to be the opposite. The success in learning a second language does not depend on how long people have been studying it but rather on when people actually started to speak the language. Read more ›
How many times has your English teacher told you to try reading a book in English? Probably quite a few. Getting into the habit of reading frequently, even if it’s just a little a day, can help you immensely. We know all the excuses- I don’t have time, it’s too hard, it’s not relaxing if I read in English. We get it. Picking up a book in your second language isn’t the easiest thing in the world, but here’s some motivation to get you started. Read more ›
The summer is coming, and with it, numerous plans for your holidays. Going to your village to visit your relatives, running some errands that you have been postponing for months, doing nothing, going to the beach or swimming pool and, of course, travelling. But you usually have this feeling that you haven’t made the most of your time. For example, you could have improved your English during those weeks. In that case, why don’t you combine tourism with learning the language of Shakespeare? Read more ›
Nowadays, getting an official English certificate is almost indispensable for a successful professional and personal life. Cambridge certificates are recognised worldwide. But before paying the examination fees, there are several things you should consider. Read more ›
One of the challenges of studying English in a non-English speaking country is that once you leave the classroom, you return to a world where you encounter little to no English naturally. If complete immersion isn’t possible, then students should do everything they can to surround themselves with English.
Everyone knows that you should change your TV to English, watch American and British films in their original version, and read in English. But how often are you really going to do that? At the cinema and the bookshop your options are limited. So what else can you do to have more English in your everyday life? Think of the things you use everyday. Read more ›