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A Look around Greenwich, London

Greenwich, hip and trendy area in the South East of London, has a wealth of interesting things to do. The town became the site of a royal palace back in the 13th century and is actually the place of birth of Henry VIII and his daughter, Elizabeth I. Although Greenwich is most well-known for its…

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5 Steps to Better Pronunciation

5 Steps to Better Pronunciation

It is sometimes frustrating to be misunderstood or having to repeat yourself several times just to give a simple message. The good news is there are lots of ways to improve your pronunciation. Here are 5 easy steps to try at home: Step 1 – Become friends with the mirror Making the correct shape with your…

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Student stories: Nicoletta

Student stories: Nicoletta

Our student, Nicoletta has completed her exam preparation course with Viv in South England. We wish Nicoletta the very best of luck in her exam! “It was a fantastic experience! The family was amazing! We did many activities together and everything was fun! It’s very difficult to leave your English family after 2 weeks!”  

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Spring discount promotion ends 30 April 2016

We are pleased to announce the new exclusive Bucksmore Homelingua Spring Discount on all Adult, Specialised, Junior and Child courses booked before 30/04/2016. Adult courses: 10% off the course fee Junior and child courses: 15% off the course fee Period: Courses booked and paid by 30/04/2016 Terms and conditions: Course fees must be paid in full…

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Spring Discount Promotion

Spring Discount Promotion

We are pleased to announce the new exclusive Bucksmore Homelingua Spring Discount on all Adult, Specialised, Junior and Child courses booked before 30/04/2016. Adult courses: 10% off the course fee Junior and child courses: 15% off the course fee Period: Courses booked and paid between 01/03/2016 – 30/04/2016 Terms and conditions: Course fees must be paid in…

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Bucksmore Homelingua Study Tips blog

Bucksmore Homelingua Study Tips blog

Happy New Year and we wish you the best with your studies in 2016! Bucksmore Homelingua has launched a new Study Tips blog with lots of helpful advice on studying, improving your English and applying to universities in the UK, including scholarships. View the Study Tips blog on our website homelingua.com/blog If you are applying to…

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5 Things to do whilst learning English in Stratford-upon-Avon

5 Things to do whilst learning English in Stratford-upon-Avon

Stratford-upon-Avon, a medieval market town established in 1196, occupies a unique position in British cultural heritage as the birthplace and home of William Shakespeare, Britain’s greatest playwright. Key properties associated with Shakespeare’s life have been exceptionally well preserved so visitors can experience a real flavour of life as Shakespeare and his contemporaries would have lived…

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Things to do in London for international students

Things to do in London for international students

Many of our students like to visit London as part of their Homelingua English homestay. The Homelingua staff also like to visit London and our office is based in Greenwich, South-East London. Homelingua’s Teacher Recruitment Manager recently went to London for the day. Here are his favourite things to do in London. Borough Market Borough…

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English home tuition in London

English home tuition in London

English home tuition in London is a total immersion English course on which you can combine English language learning with a fantastic holiday and experience the city of London. Homelingua home tuition over 20 qualified and experienced English home tuition teachers in the London area. Our teachers all bring a unique and different range of…

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Punting on the river in Cambridge and Oxford

Punting on the river in Cambridge and Oxford

Punts are an iconic symbol of two of the UK’s most famous University cities of Oxford and Cambridge and a great activity to enjoy during your learn English Homestay. A punt is a flat bottomed boat with a square-cut bow. The punt is usually propelled using a long pole which is pushed down against the…

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