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The student experience at Regent Oxford

12 lug 2017 by Kelly Knight

Our students are at the centre of everything we do and are the reason we strive to always deliver the best possible student experience. 

Regent Oxford student Philipp Lochbühler recently took a 3 month CPE prearation course with Regent Oxford, and his hard work and the dedication of his teachers meant he passed his exam and can now take his next steps into his international future. Philipp got in touch with us to share his thoughts on his stay at Regent Oxford:

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Fluency is something all language learners strive for as it is thought of as representing the peak of English ability.  However, fluency can also be considered as subjective and not a fixed goal. In fact, Oxford Dictionaries defines fluency as "the ability to speak or write a foreign language easily and accurately". We all strive to use foreign languages with greater ease and accuracy, so keep reading for our top 5 tips for improving your fluency.

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A celebration of all things Shakespeare

27 apr 2016 by Kelly Knight

Shakespeare is one of Britain's great iconic authors and gave us many plays and poems still popular today. What you might not know is how much Shakespeare contributed to the English language; he is credited with introducing many words into English. Some interesting and now commonly used examples are "birthplace", used in his play Coriolanus, "bedroom", used in A Midsummer Night's Dream and "dwindle", used in King Henry IV, Part I.

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Many world famous books, films and songs use English as their language of communication using words and phrases that convey very specific meanings.

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Study skills - Make cards

9 feb 2016 by Kelly Knight

Making flashcards for language learning can be a useful tool to help you learn new vocabulary, idioms or phrases. One of the most useful things about making flashcards is that they can be personalised and made to work for you helping to ensure you get the most out of your revision.

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