Hector, our student from Mexico, is attending the General English course at the upper intermediate level (B2). Hector is an excellent student. He has, at all times, shown razor-sharp intelligence and wit. As a teacher, it is wonderful to have
Katherine, our student from Italy, is attending the General English course with the Callan Method at B1 intermediate level. Katherine concentrates well in class and works very hard to develop her English skills. She has improved greatly and continues to
When you apply for a job, you will be required to submit a curriculum vitae (CV). This gives potential employers a glimpse of your qualifications and experience and allows them to decide whether to invite you for an interview. With
Obtaining academic qualifications is the first step to building a career, but how can you make sure you end up in your dream job? Choosing the right career path and finding lucrative opportunities isn’t always easy but there are ways
Laurine, our student from France, attends the Intensive English course. She has worked consistently hard through her time at ABC School and has shown a great improvement in all parts of her English. This shows in her increased confidence and
English might be one of the world’s most commonly spoken languages, but this doesn’t mean it is the easiest to learn! In fact, there are plenty of difficult English words which can make it tricky to grasp the language. Here,
Bahia, our student from France, is a very enthusiastic student. She is full of positive energy and brings a lot of joy into the classroom. Bahia is a perfectionist and is improving every day. She is a pleasure to teach!
Eiji, our student from Japan, is a very hard working and diligent student who is making excellent progress with his studies. We have interviewed him about his experience in London and at ABC School of English. Thank you for taking
Proper pronunciation tends to be a sore point for many English learners, especially those with a native accent that makes it more challenging to say certain words and sounds. What’s worse is that we’re often ignorant about our shortcomings in
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.