Student Resources

Share:Share on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterEmail this to someone

Resources for English Language Students 

Learning English

Learning English requires learning the basic language skills of reading, writing, listening and speaking.

English language students who are speakers of English as a second language (ESL, EFL and ESOL students) face certain specific difficulties when using the passive (receptive) language skills of reading and listening or the active (productive) language skills of writing and speaking.

 

Improving your English Language Skills

Explore our EFL student resources where you will find all kinds of advice on how to learn English more effectively.

The guide includes a learning tips section, information on how to improve your English language skills as well as specialist guidance on specific areas of the English language.

 

Our Language Guide

For more detailed information on using the English language, please browse our Language Guide, which has information on grammar, vocabulary, writing and pronunciation.

We also have articles about using English for specific purposes such as academic writing, letter writing or business English. There is also a separate section dealing with common confusing English words.

English language student resources

Essentials

Our ‘Essentials’ section deals with vocabulary and phrases useful for different social situations, such as travel, asking for directions, shopping, banking, entertainments and much more.

These advice sections will make learning English and improving your existing English language skills easier and more enjoyable!

 

Proofreading and Editing Service

We offer specialist proofreading and editing services for non-native English text. Our non-native English editing service costs £12 per 1000 words. Simply email us to discuss your editing requirements.

Plus, don’t forget to check out our English blog for all kinds of useful and interesting articles on all aspects of language and culture.

Related Articles

Share:Share on FacebookShare on Google+Tweet about this on TwitterEmail this to someone