What happens when you can’t travel, but still need to learn English?

WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU CAN’T TRAVEL, BUT STILL NEED TO LEARN ENGLISH?

The world-wide Covid-19 pandemic has had a huge impact on our normal way of life. Across the globe people are required to stay at home and businesses are being forced to close. International travel has ground to a halt, and nobody knows when it will resume. Read more

Common Phrasal Verbs used in Uncommon Ways

Common Phrasal Verbs used in Uncommon Ways: English One Live March 31, 2020

English is hard.  The grammar, the spelling, the pronunciation… it all takes a lot of time and practice in order to understand.  But, by far, the hardest part of English is the vocabulary, especially Phrasal Verbs. Those horrible multi-part words that combine a verb with a preposition (also extremely hard to understand) which native speakers use all the time.  If you struggle to understand phrasal verbs, you are not alone. Even native speakers would have a hard time explaining what they mean. While they may not be your favorite words to learn, they are extremely important because we use them in almost every sentence.  Read more

Top Tips for Learning English with Movies

Our Top Tips for Learning English with Movies: English One Live March 27, 2020

Everybody loves movies, but watching them in English isn’t always the easiest thing to do.  Don’t let your frustration stop you from enjoying your favorite films.  Actually, watching movies can be a useful and practical tool for helping to develop your English vocabulary and comprehension. Read more

Top 5 Apps to Expand Your Vocabulary

Top 5 English Vocabulary Apps

Top 5 Apps to Expand Your Vocabulary: English One Live March 26, 2020

Learning a language is a round the clock mission and finding time to learn isn’t always easy.  We are lucky to live in the era of smartphones and WiFi. With them, all things are possible – even learning English.  If you have a smartphone, you have the world at the tip of your finger – let us show you how to use your phone to put more words on the tip of your tongue. Read more

Where’s my Vocabulary?

Where’s my Vocabulary? How to use what you already know: English One Live March 24, 2020

What do you need to speak a language? Words, of course! In addition to grammar and pronunciation, learning vocabulary is the most essential part of learning any language. If you want  to learn a new language, you first need to start by building up a bank of words. After all, the more words you know, the more fluent you are, right?  Well yes, but fluency isn’t only about how many words you have or trying to learn a new word every day. It’s more about how flexibly you can use the words you already know. Read more

Online English Private Lessons

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New from English One: Online Private English Lessons

We’re so excited to share with you our newly improved online private 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

How to Learn English Faster: 23 Tips for EFL Students

23 Tips to Help you Learn English Faster

English can be a daunting language to learn. It’s full of contradictions and odd rules and pronunciations, its idiosyncrasies are what makes it interesting, but it can be a challenge if you’re new to it – and even if you’re not! This is why we want to offer you some useful tips on how to speed up the process of learning this complex language, so that you’ll be fluent before you know it. Read more