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June 1, 2020

Do you want a quick way to build on your English each day? In our new English blog, vocab and grammar are organized according to the Common European Framework (A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2), so you will know where you stand in your English-learning journey. We challenge you to find vocabulary words and grammar structures that you already know and then start practicing the ones you don’t!

May 13, 2020

Do you want a quick way to build on your English each day? In our new English blog, vocab and grammar are organized according to the Common European Framework (A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2), so you will know where you stand in your English-learning journey. We challenge you to find vocabulary words and grammar structures that you already know and then start practicing the ones you don’t!

May 9, 2020

Do you want a quick way to build on your English each day? In our new English blog, vocab and grammar are organized according to the Common European Framework (A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2), so you will know where you stand in your English-learning journey. We challenge you to find vocabulary words and grammar structures that you already know and then start practicing the ones you don’t!

15 Things to Do in DC as Students This Valentine’s Day
15 Things to Do in DC as Students This Valentine’s Day

While Valentine’s Day is celebrated around the world, you may be surprised by just how much of a celebration it is in the United States. For international students studying at language schools in Washington DC, you should expect to be inundated with all things love during February.

How to Find the Right English Language School in Washington DC
How to Find the Right English Language School for You

Congratulations! You have made the decision to learn to speak English fluently. This skill will serve you well in the future.

Now that you know you want to learn, you have to decide how you want to learn English. You can download all the apps in the world, but if you don’t actually spend time speaking the language, you will never learn how to use it fluently. This is why attending an English language school is so important!

I love DC - How To Learn English and Go Sightseeing in DC
All the Ways ESL Students Can Go Sightseeing in Washington DC

For international students who study English in Washington DC, DC is a dream come true. As the capital of the United States, DC has so many things for these students to see and experience. Not only does DC have tons of places to explore, but the city also has many ways to take in all the sights and visit all the must-see tourist spots, such as The White House, the Washington Monument, and the Smithsonian museums. Today, we’re sharing all the ways students can go sightseeing in DC!

English Language Test in 2020
Do You Plan to Take an English Language Test in 2020? Here’s What You Need to Do.

Every new year is a chance to set goals and make resolutions that will improve your life. But, this new year is even more special as we enter the new decade of the 2020s! What a perfect time to set a goal for yourself that will lead to a better and brighter future. One such goal is preparing to take and earn a passing score on an English language test. We’re here to help you achieve that goal.

How to Stay Warm in Washington DC
January is the Coldest Month of the Year in DC. Here’s How to Stay Warm.

Are you attending one of the language schools in Washington DC this January? If so, you should be prepared for cold weather. January is the coldest month of the year in DC with an average high-temperature of 43.3°F (6.3°C) and an average low of 28.6°F or 1.9°C. Plus, January usually brings snow – and sometimes it brings a lot of it.

Why Learning a New Language Should Be Your 2020 Resolution
Why Learning a New Language Should Be Your 2020 Resolution

Each new year, we get the opportunity to reflect on our accomplishments and struggles in the previous year. We also get the opportunity to set resolutions for the new year. What do you resolve to do in 2020?

Often, our new year’s resolutions involve the things we want to stop doing, such as drinking or smoking, that we believe will improve our quality of life. But, what if we resolved to do something to improve our lives instead? For instance, there are many benefits to learning a new language in 2020. Ultimately, resolving to learn a new language in 2020 will improve your life for the better.

Things for English Students to Do This Winter in Washington DC
Fun Festive Things for English Students to Do This Winter in DC

For those students taking English courses in Washington DC, the winter season is sure to be a fun one. There are tons of fun things to do around the DC area – many of which are free or cheap! Plus, many of these traditional winter activities provide students an opportunity to practice their English in a real-world setting and immerse themselves in the culture. Here are a few of our favorite things to do during the winter in DC.

Make it the Best Year Ever for Learning English in Washington DC
How Language Learners Can Make 2020 the Best Year Ever

With the new year and start of the next decade right around the corner, many people are already thinking of ways they can make 2020 the best year ever. If you plan to study a new language in 2020, we have some tips to help you not only succeed in your language learning journey but also to have a healthier, more productive year overall.

12 Ways to Make Friends at Language Schools in Washington DC
12 Ways to Make Friends When You Attend Language Schools in Washington DC

Choosing to take English courses in Washington DC will change your life! It will be an amazing experience from start to finish. However, that doesn’t mean you won’t miss home while you are studying abroad. And the best way to deal with homesickness is to make friends where you are. Don’t worry – making friends in a new place is easier than you think. Follow these tips, and you will have thriving friendships before you know it.