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A new timetable will appear every Sunday, so make sure you check regularly to sign up for the lessons you want to attend while there is still space (maximum 20 students per class).

  • Monday 12 April

    Listening • Long and Short Lecture Notes

    With Juliet

    Lesson Starts 10.30am GMT Check your timezone

    Listening

    More about the lesson

    Do you find listening part 4 difficult? I’m not surprised! This part of the test is dense with language and it can be easy to get lost, especially as there is no break in the middle for you to catch your breath! Join Juliet today to learn useful techniques that will help you to follow the lecture and find the answers!

  • Tuesday 13 April

    Speaking • Fluency Practice

    With Nick

    Lesson Starts 1pm GMT Check your timezone

    Speaking

    More about the lesson

    Want to practice your speaking but don’t have a partner? Then come to our open session today where we will match you with a fellow student and provide you with questions to work through together. Plus, Nick will be there to supervise and give feedback throughout this fluency session.

  • Wednesday 14 April

    General Training Reading • Headings Match Help!

    With Alex

    Lesson Starts 7am GMT Check your timezone

    Listening

    More about the lesson

    General Training Students - you are lucky as Headings Match questions do not appear in every test. But when they do, they can cause real problems if you don’t know how to tackle them well. Today, Alex will show you how summarising and predicting can help you solve these questions with relative ease.

  • Wednesday 14 April

    Academic Reading • Multiple Matching

    With Shelly

    Lesson Starts 1.30pm GMT Check your timezone

    Reading

    More about the lesson

    We have a new lesson today that focuses on a type of question that is becoming increasingly comment: multiple matching (i.e. matching more than one correct answer from a list). The interesting thing about these questions is that they can be tackled in two different ways. Find out how with Shelly today. .

  • Thursday 15 April

    Speaking • Describing objects in Speaking Part 2

    With Nick

    Lesson Starts 1pm GMT Check your timezone

    Speaking

    More about the lesson

    I’m not going to lie – cue cards that ask you to describe an object are my least favourite. First of all, they are just a bit boring. I mean, how often in the real world do you ever spend 2-minutes describing your washing machine! Worse, they require you to know a lot of topic-specific vocabulary, which many students just don’t have. Today, find out how to tackle these cue cards best with Nick.

  • Friday 16 April

    Speaking • Talking hypothetically in Speaking Part 2

    With Alex

    Lesson Starts 7am GMT Check your timezone

    Speaking

    More about the lesson

    What would you do if you one a million pounds? What would your idea partner look like? If you could change one thing about yourself, what would it be? Sadly, these are hypothetical questions that you will never get in the speaking exam. Those are always much more boring (What language would you like to learn?!) However, learn how to tackle them well today with Alex. !

  • Friday 16 April

    General Training Reading • End the pain of Multiple Choice Questions

    With Nick

    Lesson Starts 1pm GMT Check your timezone

    Reading

    More about the lesson

    Again, today we are looking at a type of question that usually only every appears in Section 3 of the General Training Reading test, but it is one that causes great confusion! If you struggle with Multiple Choice questions, then join Nick today as he breaks down the skills you need to choose the right option.

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