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Writing in English

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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Benefits of using English in the workplace

3 dic 2015 by Kelly Knight

In today's global society business is increasingly being conducted across borders with English often being used as an international language of communication. The ability to use English in the workplace has a nunber of benefits including: Helping your company to succeed, building trust with colleagues and clients, building and improving international relationships, enhancing your skill-set and commanding a higher salary and enhancing internation relationships through cultural understanding. 

 

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Cambridge exam success with Regent

12 nov 2015 by Kelly Knight

Every Regent exam course aims to provide students with the knowledge and skills to achieve the exam results they need to reach their goals.

Our courses use a wide range of approaches and techniques to ensure that each student has the skills, knowledge and confidence they need to perform to the best of their ability during their examination.

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World Book Day at Regent

2 mar 2015 by Ruby Glasspool

Reading and writing are both important aspects of learning a new language. Our schools around the UK have been celebrating World Book Day and held creative writing competitions and activities to help our students develop these important skills.

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