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Timetable: Self-Service Access

Timetable: Self-Service Access

MiProfe timetable From this month (February 2019), students, writing tuition and consulting clients will have direct online access to their timetable. Why change? Several reasons: to boost efficiency, offer choices and cut time spent on administration. Please take a minute or two to read how this new service benefits students by reducing tuition fees, in … Continue reading

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Autumn timetable

Autumn timetable

Back to school (la vuelta al cole)—or work! From Monday 17th September, language lessons, English conversation, Business English coaching and written work support services resumed as normal. If you have not already booked your lessons, click here—be quick!

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Understanding English—and making yourself understood

Understanding English—and making yourself understood

What you should know: English pronunciation and how to improve comprehension. Why proper pronunciation is especially important for job interviews. How to ensure that you understand more when you listen. Read this for ideas, practise and progress to help you to get a good job with a major employer. Read an email with a professional opinion from an English Human Resources recruitment specialist who interviewed Spanish candidates who applied for jobs in England. Continue reading

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December news

December news

This is the time of year when exams finish, the autumn term draws to a close and the Christmas holiday begins. For many, our thoughts turn to festive celebrations, decorations, presents, mince pies — and maybe some Christmas music and a carol or two: Understandably, we are probably all looking forward to a well-earned rest. … Continue reading

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Write and improve updated!

Write and improve updated!

Practise your English language writing for college, university, work or business. Get free feedback and improve with this exciting new web service. Also, options for personalised tuition from an experienced native English writer and teacher. Continue reading

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Do you use a vocabulary notebook?

 Click above to watch If not, why not start soon?  Using a vocabulary notebook is a great way to learn, practise and memorise new words.  Be more autonomous in your language learning and start an alphabetic vocabulary book. Watch this short video clip, and then start keeping a vocabulary diary.  Whether you are studying for … Continue reading

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CAE: “study abroad” webinar

If your current level is Upper Intermediate (CEFR B2) and you would like to progress your studies abroad and get internationally recognised certification, here is some information from Cambridge Language Assessement (previously known as Cambridge ESOL) about Cambridge Advanced Examination ( CAE ) which is at level C1. There will be a 30-minute webinar which … Continue reading

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Swedes are on top…

… according to the following article published in the Costa Blanca English press.The Basques get a mention though, for having a good level of English. Remember, to speak and understand English well you really need to talk with – and listen to – a native English speaker twice a week. Contact Mark for further information … Continue reading

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