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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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30 Sports Idioms for English Language Learners to Use in Everyday Conversation

30 Sports Idioms for English Language Learners to Use in Everyday Conversation

Stephen M. Ross, an American sports team owner, says, “Sports is the common denominator in the world that brings everyone together. If there’s any one place in the world where there is equality, it is probably sports.” Sports bring people together across cultures regardless of language barriers. However, when it comes to understanding how to communicate using sports language or sports idioms varies greatly from one culture to the next.

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15 Outdoor Study Spots for Students in DC This Summer

15 Outdoor Study Spots for Students in DC This Summer

When it comes to learning English, practice makes perfect. The more you study (or practice) English, the better you will be at communicating using it. For those students attending language schools in Washington DC, the summer weather makes studying more enjoyable. In May, the average temperature in DC is 76 degrees Fahrenheit. From June-August, the temperature rises about ten degrees with highs in the mid-to-high eighties.

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8 Ways to Prepare for the TOEFL

8 Ways to Prepare for the TOEFL

If English is not your first language and you wish to attend an American university, then you need to plan to take the TOEFL iBT. The TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) is an exam that measures an individual’s ability to use English, specifically at the university level. As such, the TOEFL iBT is the English-language test most preferred by universities in the United States, France, Germany, and by graduate programs in Canada.

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20 Easy Ways for Language Learners to Practice English

20 Easy Ways for Language Learners to Practice English

Learning English is an excellent way to improve your life. However, if you begin your English learning process with dread and a belief that it is impossible, it will make you miserable. Too many people start and stop learning English right away because they think it is too difficult. Typically, this is because people are focusing on textbooks and grammar rules.

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10 TED Talks to Motivate English Language Learners

10 TED Talks to Motivate Language Learners

Are you taking an English class in DC and looking for ways to boost your language learning outside of the classroom? If so, you’ve come to the right place. Today, we are talking about how popular TED Talks are exceptional supplemental learning tools for language learners. If you have never watched a TED Talk, you may …

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Use Your Mobile Device to Learn the English Language

Have a Mobile Device? Use It to Learn a New Language

If you are like most students attending language schools in Washington DC, then you are glued to your cell phone (or mobile device). So why not make the most of your mobile device by finding ways for it to help you learn a new language? Today’s students are familiar with mobile devices, which means there …

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