evening english courses

Evening English Courses in west London. Find the right class for you to maximise your progress in English.

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How to make the most of your part time English course

How to make the most of your part time English course Tips from a teacher on how to make the most of your part time English course Have you signed up for an evening or weekend English course and want to know how to maximase your learning? When you’ve made a commitment you certainly want …

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How to Learn English with Films

Learning English with Films How to learn English with films     Are you a big movie fan? Are English classes (or work) destroying your precious TV watching time? Well this is your lucky day. Here is an English learning technique for you which combines both study and pleasure. We should all know about switching …

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Learning English Outside of School

Learning English Outside of School Ways to learn more English How many hours do you spend learning English at the Link School of English every week? What if there was a way you could learn more English for FREE? There are lots of ways you can learn and improve English outside of the classroom: at …

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Quality English School in London

Quality English School – Award for Link School

Quality English School in London Are you looking for a good English school in London? We are pleased to share with you this news: Link School of English in London has been awarded The Quality School Award 2014.   The renown Languagebookings.com is honouring the world’s best Language Schools with the Quality School Award. This …

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Connect to or connect with

Learn English: connect to or with

What is correct: connect to or with? Actually both may be correct depending on the context. Each of them collocates with different words. ‘Connected to’ usually means a physical connection. E.g. ‘Your computer is connected to a printer’. ‘Connected with’ someone or something means a relationship. E.g. ‘He is still connected with his school colleagues’, ‘symptoms connected with …

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