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Better Ways to Learn English
Better Ways to Learn English
Do you want to learn how to speak English fluently? Are you scared it will be too difficult? You are not alone. Many people hesitate to study English, even though they really want to learn it because they believe it will be too hard. Here’s what you need to understand upfront – learning English is possible no matter your age. Everyone can learn to speak English fluently. The problem is that people often don’t know the right ways to learn English.
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Fall Must-Dos for Students in DC
Fall Must-Dos for Students in DC
The best time to be a student at one of the language schools in Washington DC is fall. Fall in DC is beautiful! Fall is less humid and more comfortable with temperatures ranging from the high 70s in September to the high 50s in November. Everything from the autumnal colors to the temperatures makes it the ideal time to study English in DC.
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15 Tips for Earning a Great TOEFL Score
15 Tips for Earning a Great TOEFL Score
If you hope to attend an English-speaking university, then you are going to need to take the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language). This is because it is the preferred test by universities in the United States, France, Germany, and by graduate programs in Canada. The TOEFL measures an individual’s ability to use English at the university level.
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Why Reading is Important for Learning English and How to Prioritize It
Why Reading is Important for Learning English and How to Prioritize It
Too often, people think reading is boring and difficult without realizing that reading is neither of these things. Reading is important – especially if you are trying to learn English. Even if you can listen and understand English words, you can’t claim to be fluent in English if you do not know how to read in English. But, we realize it may be easier said than done. That’s why today we are explaining why learning to read in English is important, how to succeed as an English reader, and ways to prioritize it in your daily life.
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Why You Should Learn Another Language
Why You Should Learn Another Language by Studying at inlingua DC
What if we told you there was one thing you could do that would make your life better in every aspect? You’d probably think we were lying. But, we’re not. By learning another language, your life will be infinitely better. Even better – the Washington language school, inlingua, is designed to help students from all the over accomplish their goal of becoming fluent in another language. Today, our goal is to show you we are serious about both how language learning can improve your life and how inlingua can help make it happen.
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20 Fun Ways to Learn the English Language
20 Fun Ways to Learn the English Language
At this point, it is well understood that learning a second (or third) language is beneficial. Not only will it strengthen your cognitive skills, but it will also improve your overall quality of life. But even though people know this is true, they hesitate because they think learning a new language will be too difficult and will not be any fun. These people couldn’t be any more wrong! Language learning is fun, and we have listed twenty unique ways to incorporate fun into language learning.
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Reasons You Must Study English in Washington DC
15 Reasons You Must Study English in Washington DC
You know you need to learn English. You know you’d rather learn English through an immersive experience rather than an online course. Now you just need to decide where you want to study English. We can answer that question for you. We have fifteen reasons why you need to check out language schools in Washington DC.
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How to Sound Like a Native English Speaker
How to Sound Like a Native English Speaker
While you can study English from a textbook or a webpage, it doesn’t really matter if you are not able to speak it. You can store up all the English vocabulary you want, but if English speakers cannot understand you when you speak, it has all been for nothing. Furthermore, if you have plans to work with English speakers, then you need to speak the language well enough to be taken seriously.
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Tips for Going Green While Studying English in DC
Tips for Going Green While Studying English in DC
If you are planning to attend one of the language schools in Washington DC, you should familiarize yourself with “going green.” When people say they are “going green,” it means they are making environmentally-friendly choices. Ultimately, the goal is for individuals to make knowledgeable choices in their everyday lives to help protect the environment for future generations. People all over the world are “going green,” but as you will discover as a student at a Washington language school, green living is a big deal in DC.
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How to Survive Summer in Washington DC as a Student
How to Survive Summer in DC as a Student
Have you decided to study English in Washington DC this summer? This is such a great way to spend your summer! Not only will you learn a language that will make your life infinitely better, but you will also get to experience one of the most active and fun seasons of the year in the nation’s capital. In today’s blog, we are helping students attending language schools in DC in the summer know how to navigate the squelching summer heat as well as how to have fun.
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Tips and Blogs for Preparing for the IELTS
Tips and Blogs for Preparing for the IELTS
The IELTS (the International English Language Testing System) examination is the world’s proven English test taken by over 3 million candidates each year. This English language test is used for those hoping to study or work in English-speaking countries. As such, there are two formats for the test: academic (for those hoping to attend an English-speaking university) and general (for those hoping to work in English-dominated careers).
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Important Tips for Finding a Job as a Non-Native Speaker in the US
Important Tips for Finding a Job as a Non-Native Speaker in the US
If you live in the United States but do not speak English or if you hope to live and work in the United States, now is the time to learn English and look for a job. Why? Because the U.S. Department of Labor data shows that American job openings exceed job seekers for the first time on record! In April 2018, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) showed a record 6.7 million available jobs in the United States. If this news excites you, then there are a few steps you can take to make your dream of working in the US become a reality. Study English in Washington DC The best thing you can do for […]
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