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English language is the most recognized language of the 21st century:

  • 360 million people in the world consider English their native language

  • 750 million people are learning English as a foreign language

  • 60 countries in the world consider English their national language.

History of the English Language

English language has originated in Britain around 5th-7th centuries AD. Anglo-Saxon migrants from modern northwest Germany, southeast Denmark and the Netherlands brought with them to British Isles their respective Anglo-Frisian dialects. Original language is known as Old English. After the settlement the Late West Saxon dialect became dominant over others. The language has been simplified and borrowed such lexical due to colonies settled by Vikings during 8th-9th centuries. Before the English Language that we know today another era, now knows as middle English has taken place, which originated after the Norman conquest in 1066 and was considered the language of upper classes. Middle English lasted to the end of the 15th century and was much influenced by wonders and them bringing French vocabulary.

Modern English at its brightest has been used by William Shakespeare. It is date of 1500, borrowed much from Latin and Ancient Greek, as well as but less from French, German and Dutch. Unlike Old and Middle, Modern English has come through grammatical changes, which included Great Vowel Shift (the length) and is the closest English to the one spoken today.

After English colonies most have been impacted by their language influence: Australia. USA, New Zealand, South Africa, and many more. Even though to this day most differences are covered by accent and dialect differences as well as some vocabulary changes the English language is considered one and the same, however it won't last. With modern world communication possibilities and technologies it is easy for any native speaker to understand one another but every day this becomes further and further from the truth. In 300-500 years British English speakers and American English speakers will no longer be able to easily understand each other.

Why Learn English

Improve Your Career

Many careers require knowing English, some more than others. Learning English allows you to talk to foreign customers and partners, leading international negotiations and travel for work.

Impress your future boos during an interview.

Expend Your Lifestyle

Get to listen to songs, watch your favorite movies and TV series from America, England, Australia and other English-speaking countries without wasting any scene or joke to "lost in translation" concept. Meet new people and have new circles.

Move to a Different Country

English language is spoken in a number of countries, many of which are considered greatly desired to live in or own a business in. Knowing English would allow you to pass any exam and make a transaction to a new country smooth and easy.

Language of Science

All main medicine, science and technology related publications and magazines as well as important ceremonies are being held in English all around the world, including the Nobel price in Stockholm. Learn English to stay in the loop of your field. 

How To Learn English

A Local Language School

+ Time Consuming

- General Approach

+ Single Goal Target

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Private Language School

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+ Custom Approach

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Learn English on Your Own

- Hard to Start

- Can't Know if Improving

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A Local Language Course

- Inconvenient Schedule​

- General Approach

- Long Time for Results

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Private Teacher or Tutor

+ Personal Approach

+Faster Results

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Learn by Books and Movies

- Causes Grammatical Issues

+ Fast to Improve

+ Almost Free

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Online Tutor Platform

+ Budget Friendly

- Hard to Find the Right Tutor

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Private Native Speaker Tutor

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+ Real Experience

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Dive into a Foreign Culture

- Feeling Isolated

+ Fast to Improve Speaking

- Cultural Shock

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Is It Hard To Learn English

Despite the confusion anyone has in the beginning, English is one of the most natural language as well as the easiest languages to learn. It doesn't care much about genders and cases, almost entirely disregards words conjugations and has a fairly simple grammar system.

WHY ENGLISH IS HARD TO LEARN

We'll begin with box; the plural is boxes,

But the plural of ox is oxen, not oxes.

One fowl is a goose, and two are called geese,

Yet the plural of moose is never called meese.

You may find a lone mouse or a house full if mice,

But the plural of house is houses, not hice.

The plural of man is always men,

But the plural of pan is never pen.

If I speak of a foot, and you show me two feet,

And I give you a book, would a pair be a beek?

If one is a tooth and a whole set are teeth,

Why shouldn't two booths be called beeth?

If the singular's this and the plural is these,

Should the plural of kiss be ever called keese?

We speak of a brother and also of brethren,

But though we say mother, we never say methren.

Then the masculine pronouns are he, his, and him;

But imagine the feminine ... she, shis, and shim!

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Best Way to Learn English

Step 1

Alphabet

Learning English Alphabet includes letters, phonetics, basic pronunciation of sounds and groupings of letters.

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Time Tenses

Learn time tenses one by one, starting with Indefinite and moving on to Continuous and Perfect.

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Passive Voice

Knowing passive voice is the first step towards C1-C2 levels of English, makes English language speech complete.

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Pronounce

English pronouns topic includes faces of one, two and three each in single and plural form.

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Step 5

Sentences

English language has a pretty strict demand on the sentence structures, build on time tenses and pronouns.

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Upper Advanced

Learning English on the highest levels includes more complex gramma structures, used since Middle English.

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Step 3

Basic Dialog

Start learning English with basic phrases and greetings. Learn to build initial conversation.

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Step 6

Vocabulary

Expending a language vocabulary has many approaches and tactics, depending on a student.

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Become Fluent

Achieving a language fluency is hard work, that doesn't yet have an exact strategy and isn't taught by most teachers.

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Improve your English skills by leveling up 1. We create a program based on your goals to help you get on the next level of learning English language.

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Learning a language includes many aspects, one of which being practice a real conversation with a person who is a native-speaker.

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English Teacher from Ireland, with a Bachelor's degree, who fluently speaks 3 languages.

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