Keeping up with your English

Tips for improving your English skills on your own

Are you studying English now or have studied English before and wish to carry on practising at home and keep up with your English on your own for free? If yes, then these tips are for you!
Whether you are currently studying English in an English-speaking country, busy doing your degree in varsity or working in your country, you will need to set aside some time to practise English every day. The good news is: you don’t necessarily have to spend 5 hours a day. Only 30 minutes suffice as long as you keep it up EVERY DAY.

So, here are my tips and favourite websites and apps to help you improve the four language skills: listening, speaking, reading and writing.

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Online English Lessons

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New from English One: Online English Lessons

We’re so excited to share with you our newly improved online English lesson option for those of you who are not able to come to our school.

ONLINE ENGLISH

Get the most out of your lessons with our individualised approach to teaching. All of your lessons are tailored to your unique needs and objectives. Your teacher will go at the best pace for you and will only move on to new areas when you are ready. Read more

Hitting the Books

I was recently asked what was on my playlist and it occurred to me that I do not have one. I listen to what catches my fancy at that moment, pretty much like how I read. That said, when I am about to get some R&R I do compile a reading list.


So what is on my list for this year? Read more

Literacy Day

International Literacy Day

To celebrate International Literacy Day we asked some of the people at English One to tell us a bit about what they are reading. Here’s what they had to say: Read more

Holiday Reads!

What to read when you’re on holiday

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I love to read

“Holiday” means a lot of different things to different people. It could mean party time, sleep in time, catch up with friends and family time, R & R time, spring-clean the house time…

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