Today, more and more people around the world are dedicating their time to learning English as a second language. Many countries worldwide now include English in the school curriculum and children are beginning to learn to speak this language younger.
Learning a second language can boost your confidence and transform your ability to communicate, but which language should you choose? To help you decide, take a look at these eight reasons why you should learn English as a second language:
Heekyoung, our student from South Korea, is attending the General English course and is currently at the upper intermediate level B2. Heekyoung has made fantastic progress during her time with us, both in her confidence and ability with English. She
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Lilian is attending the Callan Method English course and is currently at the pre intermediate level. We have interviewed her about her experience in London and at ABC School of English. Thank you for taking the time to do the interview Lilian,
When you’re learning a new language, understanding its history and origin can enhance your knowledge and make it easier to adopt a native tongue. Being able to identify the root of a word can help you to understand its meaning
Our students enjoyed a walk around Covent Garden, learning about the market’s past and current history. We discovered the hidden gem, the Neal’s Yard where one can find ethically sourced ingredients & handmade health and beauty products. We also visited the
Despite being one of the most frequently spoken languages in the world, English is notoriously difficult to learn. But what makes English such a tricky language? Read on to find out why English is so hard to learn and discover
Antonio is attending the Callan Method English course and is currently at upper intermediate B2 level. We have interviewed him about his experience in London and at ABC School of English. Thank you for taking the time to do the interview,
Anyone who is thinking about learning a new language inevitably asks the same thing: how long does it take to become fluent? However, there is no single answer to this question. Instead, it depends on a range of factors. If