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Oct 23, 2018 · Filed under English Tips · Posted by katie

There truly is an app for everything! In the third instalment of her blog, Martyna shares her favourite apps for language learning on the go

Oct 17, 2018 · Filed under English Tips · Posted by katie

With a world of online resources at our fingertips, how can you know which are the best for you? Martyna shares her favourite websites to help practise your English reading and listening skills.

Oct 08, 2018 · Filed under English Tips · Posted by katie

BLC intern Martyna Jenkner shares with us her tips to improve your English and maintain progress - wherever you are in the world

Mar 07, 2017 · Filed under English Tips · Posted by blc

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.

Apr 30, 2014 · Filed under English Tips, BLC Experience · Posted by admin

What is it that makes online learning so different from a traditional book or the face-to-face learning we enjoy with our tutors and classmates? While I conduct my current role as the teacher responsible for student support with the new BLC Anytime! online learning platform, I am given plenty of opportunities to reflect on this question.…

Nov 04, 2013 · Filed under English Tips · Posted by blc

There are many reasons to study Business English. It has become the language of the Internet, engineering, medicine, professional training and research.

Sep 10, 2013 · Filed under English Tips · Posted by admin

Exams generate powerful outcomes and meanings for language learners. They can determine opportunities for employment, act as symbols of social status, or help people gain authoritative recognition of their hard work, while performing other important functions. The Cambridge English language exams, including the IELTS exam, are no exception. These internationally recognised exams provide…

Feb 05, 2013 · Filed under English Tips · Posted by admin

When we mention the need to expand their range of phrasal verbs, we usually find our students have one of two rather distinct reactions: either moans and groans can be heard as a familiar feeling of dread sets in (we’ll call these students Camp A), or it sparks off a flurry of excitement and sudden interest about what’s coming next (these students represent Camp B). The…


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