BLC intern Martyna Jenkner shares with us her tips to improve your English and maintain progress - wherever you are in the world
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This summer, Roberta Holder travelled all the way from Brasília, the capital of Brazil, to spend 4 weeks of July studying with us BLC. As a keen photographer she fell in love with Bristol - here she tells us why.
Hayley Robinson has recently joined the BLC team as our new director of studies - here she tells us all about her love of languages - and what brought her to Bristol!
We have welcomed young people throughout the year from host countries such as Switzerland, Italy, France and Germany. We took some time to ask them what they feel they have gained from this unique opportunity
Bristol is a wonderful place to live, work and study. But what is it that makes Bristol such a popular place to live? And why is it such a great city for you to choose for your English language course?
Email is an essential tool for business communications, but poorly written business emails by non native English speakers can cause tension and confusion in the workplace.
Practical tips and advice to help you improve you English language pronunciation, one of the hardest elements of learning English as a foreign language,
Having had the weekend to reflect on the vote, the initial impact and what it means for the longer term, we felt that it would be helpful to provide some assurance and guidance for those of you who are thinking of coming to the UK to study English. - Nothing has or will change for at least 2 years for European students wishing to study here in the UK.
Exams are just around the corner and after attending lessons and paying attention on class, it's your time to make the extra effort and give some time at home to study properly and revise what you have been taught at school. Here 5 tips that can help you to make the most of your study time: Be…
English students often find it difficult to understand native speakers, sometimes because the English learned in classrooms and textbooks is different from how people speak in real life. The use of slang, not strictly following grammar rules, or simply not using certain combinations of words in the same way as in their own language, could be some of the many reasons why English learners might have…