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Study skills

 At Regent Scanbrit in Bournemouth we realise that the benefits of coming to the UK to study English are many: the chance to be fully immersed in the language, to stay with local people and learn about the culture and to use English in natural, real life situations. But taking a language course overseas is a big commitment, taking time off work or study, leaving family behind and the financial cost of studying in the UK.

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A wide vocabulary will help you to express your thoughts and ideas more clearly when you communicate in English. It can make a difference if you're taking an English exam, or applying for a job where English is uased as the main language of communication. Follow our 6 tips to help you expand your vocabulary today!

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When studying a foreign language it’s easy to feel like you’re not making progress and it can be difficult to identify problem areas on your own. To combat this, we use personal coaching, alongside your English language lessons to help you to stay focused and achieve more than you thought possible.

 

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How to speak English fluently [5 tips]

17 nov 2017 by Kelly Knight

To speak English well and fluently follow these 5 tips: slow down; act confident; emphasise; practice; and keep going. Do these things and we are confident that you will be able to impress others with your fluency!   

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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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