Convenient ways to learn English in London

To come to London with a superficial knowledge of the language is not the best prospect. Fortunately, you can improve your level without spending a lot of money or paying at all. We will show you how to learn English in London for free.

Sign up for free English courses. There are many schools and colleges where you can learn English in classroom activities. They are held under the guidance of probation teachers. People with different levels of language skills can attend the lessons. If such a perspective is of interest to you, you can contact Oxford International or Experience English. But most often such courses charge a small administrative fee, in the amount of £ 10-15. You also need to pay £ 30 for a deposit, but this amount will be refunded if you attend 75% of classes. This is an additional incentive not to miss classes.

Learn the language online or with the help of a mobile phone. If you do not have time to attend classes, at any time you can download the application to your smartphone or sign up for an online course. Lingualia, Memrise and Duolingo are free applications that allow you to learn a foreign language and improve your vocabulary. They are available for both iPhone and Android.

Register with The Btitish Counsil LearnEnglish. LearnEnglish is a resource for effective and at the same time, free learning English. An easy-to-use website contains audio and video recordings. After studying a specific topic, you can take a test to see if the material has been learned well. And if you get tired of difficult activities, then play games that improve vocabulary, improve pronunciation and knowledge of grammar. Find a partner or join a group.

If it is more convenient for you to learn English tete-a-tete, then on the site Gumtree in the section Skills & Language Swap or Conversation Exchange you can find a person who wants to learn your native language, and in return will help you with English. Have a look at the Meetup London website - there you will find great companies that come together for lunch or coffee, to practice their English. Pay attention to the bulletin boards at universities. In higher education institutions you can find an ad for a student-native speaker of the language, who is looking for a partner for the exchange of knowledge. Remember that to study a foreign language you must make maximum efforts and diligence. Choose the method that is right for you, pick yourself up and get started!

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