Our Useful Tools
You can take notes on any of our course content pages. All of them are stored in your online course notes diary. You can edit, download or print them here too. We recommend using our course notes tool as much as possible to help you review the key information and to save using paper too.
For ease of translation, we have added one of our favourite translation tools (Word Reference) to our website. We recommend having this open whilst completing our courses, just in case there's something you want to translate into your own language. There is also a monolingual English dictionary on this tool too if you prefer to see definitions of a word in English.
Every person learns in a different way. Scientific research suggests there are four different types of learners. Take this free test in only 5 minutes to find out what type of learner you are. We also suggest different activities for reading, writing, listening, speaking, grammar and pronunciation in English depending on your learning style. This way you'll be learning English in the most effective way!
Watch our series of YouTube videos with top tips and advice nohow to learn English using any free tool around you. We explain how you can use social media, the news and even your mobile phone in everyday life to improve your English.
Check out some of our favourite free online resources online. We provide links and explanations of each of our favourite resources too.
If you're motivated to learn English yourself, you can follow our syllabus of English courses all specially-designed for you to teach yourself.
Interested in joining our online group classes?
First, you can take a matriculation test so we can find the right course for you.
Then you can sign up to the correct course and join our students from around the world improving their English every day!