English Lessons in Chelmsford. Learn English
Our approach to English lessons is very simple. First of all we let you decide how you want to receive the classes. Some people like to get them at home and others at work. Some clients prefer to learn during the day and others at the weekend. So you don't need to try and adapt your life to the lessons when they can be tailor made to suit your needs. The classes are then delivered by native speakers who will give you all the help and support you need.
English Course in Chelmsford
Our language classes will reflect your English needs and will give you the skills and confidence you want, regardless of how you plan to use your English knowledge in the future.
General English courses will ensure that you have the grammar and vocabulary needed to take a comfortable and enjoyable trip abroad in which you are able to speak to English speakers without fear. Business courses are great for those whose career will be moving overseas - you would learn the fundamental protocols for engaging in business in English, and later would start to focus more on the integral skills of reading and writing.
You shouldn't think that you need to pick from either Business or General courses, though. The exact content of a Business course will vary depend upon your needs and what you request from the teacher. All that really matters is what you want to learn and how you intend to use your English skills once you have gained them. In the same vein, the syllabus for General courses is not set in stone - all you need do is ask your teacher.
These days there are more people than ever in need of Business level English lessons. There are so many careers in which knowledge of English can open up a lot of doors. Whatever use you are planning for your English knowledge our General courses will get you on the right road. It could be the move which changes your life for the better.
› Two-to-One and Small Group - English Course in Chelmsford (closed group)
Info about Chelmsford
The county town of Essex since 1215, Chelmsford has over 100,000 residents and is perhaps most famous for being the 'birthplace of radio' after the Marconi Company set up the first 'wireless' factory at the end of the 19th century; though the town was also home to the UK's first electrical engineering works, ball bearing factory, and Britvic soft drinks. Nowadays Chelmsford sports expanses of park land, giving areas of the town a relaxing, rural feel like much of Essex; while at the same time maintaining the urbanity of a town of its size. As a primarily commercial town keen to stretch its boundaries, Chelmsford is a great location to learn a new language, especially for business reasons.
- Tourist Attractions in Chelmsford: Ingatestone
- Airports in Chelmsford: Stansted Airport
- Top Sports Teams in Chelmsford: South Woodham Ferrers
- Famous People from Chelmsford: Guglielmo Marconi
- Top restaurants in Chelmsford: D-Place
Info about English
English is spoken by more people worldwide than any other language, and thus an essential tool for travelling all over the world, even if your destination is not a native English speaking nation. If you need to learn English, there are few better ways to learn than with a qualified native-speaking English teacher from Language Trainers. Our helpful tutors will visit you at your home or workplace, at a time that is suitable for you. We will furnish you with any relevant academic materials, and can tailor the course to your own individual needs. One-to-one and group tutorial sessions are available.
- Country with most inhabitants who speak English as a native language: United States
- How do I say I love you in English: I love you
- How many words has English: About 171,476
- Variations of English: British, Southern, Cockney, Estatuary, East Anglian, East and West Midland, The West Country, Lancashire, Yorkshire, Northern, Welsh, Scottish, Irish, Australian, New Zealand, South African, Canadian, American
- Famous English Singers: Sting, Mick Jagger, Freddie Mercury,
Meet some of our teachers
Watch interviews with a few of our teachers, and find out why the best way to learn a new language is with Language Trainers!:
The staff at my small import company already knew a bit of Japanese, but I wanted to make sure that they were aware of the many customs and traditions, as well as improving their language skills. Kaori comes to the warehouse every Tuesday, and has always been patient and professional, even though sometimes the guys joke around with her. Everyone is really interested in the culture, and we've all become much more comfortable with our conversational skills. Cheers, Language Trainers.
Typical course length:
• 30 hours per level
(classes are usually 2 hours each)
We also offer packages of:
• 20 hours
• 50 hours
• 100 hours
(with discounted rates)