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Webinar on Tuesday: English Examination Tips – Speaking 1

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Time:1) Webinar: Tuesday 29 January 17:30-17:50 GMT / 18:30-18:50 CET2) Twitter Questions and Answers 17:50-18:30 GMT / 18:50-19:30 CET Details:English Examination Tips  – 20 minutes – Sign up on Eventbrite, then we’ll…

Winter/Easter Intensive courses: Adults and Young Learners

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Real English: City Dates: Monday 27 – Friday 31 August 2018 Real English: Intensive19 Dates: Monday 15 – Friday 26 April 2019 Real English: Young Learners and Families Dates: 18 –…

Next Intensive English courses in August in Cambridge

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1.NEW! Pronunciation-Pro UK: The Weekender Dates: Saturday 11th – Sunday 12th August 2018 Four classes per day of intense pronunciation/accent reduction work + 15 minutes 1-1 personal review/tuition every day…

Real English Greetings

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Informal British Real English greetings: 1) Hiya! (Meaning: ‘Hi’) 2) Alright? (Meanings: either ‘Hello!’ or ‘How are you?’) Common answer 1: I’m alright thanks! Y’alright? Common answer 2: Alright?’ (Depending on the…

Real English Long Weekend now available!

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If you’ve only got Thursday to Sunday to visit Cambridge, spend it with us! Sign up here 🙂 https://www.eventbrite.com/o/cambridge1english-17157894368

Cambridge Real English Intensive: May 17-30th-Schedule

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Please come and join in our Cambridge1English Real English intensive course in Cambridge 17th – 30th May. I can’t wait … can you?! 🙂 Have a look at our Schedule!…

Pronunciation Workout: ‘ask’

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(Advanced) ‘Ask’ in conversation. Which sounds disappear when people say ‘ask’ in a sentence’ and why Listen and repeat a few times Try to practise your favourite example today.  

Pronunciation Workout for the Day: Regular verb endings

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Get your regular past tense verb endings to sound right. This is just a quickie 1-minute recording for you to listen to and repeat. Try recording yourself into your phone…

Pronunciation Workout for the Day: Contractions 1

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Use contractions e.g. ‘I’m’ (not ‘I am’) and ‘she’s got’ (not ‘she has got’) and transform how natural you sound. This is just a quickie 1-minute recording for you to…