Author Archives: Beth

About Beth

Beth is a language enthusiast and former EFL teacher. After studying Modern Languages at university, her love of adventure led her to travel all over the world. Now settled in sunny Brighton, she loves writing blogs to encourage people to visit her native England.

10 Traditional British Foods

Cuisine can be an excellent insight into a country’s history and culture and British food is no exception. Before you head to the UK, check out these traditional British foods and discover where to find them on your next trip. … Continue reading

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20 of the Most Common British Slang Words

Learning a language in the classroom is all very well and good but you don’t really begin to experience the language until you know the slang. Nowhere is this more true than in Britain, where slang makes up a large … Continue reading

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The 10 Hardest English Words to Pronounce

With silent letters, weird spellings and sounds borrowed from dozens of different languages, English words can be pretty difficult to pronounce. That’s why we’ve created a list of some of the hardest English words to help you learn how to … Continue reading

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10 Tips for Learning English Fast

So you’ve started learning English. You’re going to classes, you’re doing your homework but you’re still not making a lot of progress… Well, not to worry! We’ve put together a list of tips from our teachers and students to help … Continue reading

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15 of the Best TV Shows for Learning English

So, you’ve been told you need to improve your English listening skills but the idea of spending hours listening to BBC news fills you with horror. Not to worry, we’ve come up with a great list of shows (in both … Continue reading

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Where to Find a Language Exchange in the UK

We all know that the best way to improve your English speaking is to get out there and practise with native speakers. And language exchanges are often the best way to do so. But, how do you go about finding … Continue reading

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