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English Lessons in Hull. Learn English

Our fully-qualified, native-speaking trainers are keen to share their knowledge of English, and will tailor a language course to suit your specific requirements and interests. If you are an individual, a pair, or a small group, your trainer will cover relevant subjects with appropriate materials for either general or business learning. Classes can be conducted in your own office or home, during the day or evening, and on weekends or during the week.

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English Course in Hull

Whether you're looking to learn a language for personal or business reasons, our tailor-made courses can help you achieve your aims.

General English courses will let you engage in polite and interesting conversations with native English speakers. They are ideal for preparing you for short visits to countries where English is spoken. With a Business course in English you will find that new doors open for you in your career. It could lead to some very interesting times ahead at work.


Our English courses would not be fixed to a specific curriculum, however. You know the specifics of what you will need from your new language, and all you need do is tell your teacher. Perhaps if you are taking a Business course, you may want to focus more on English telephone or email skills, or a specific vocabulary for your line of work. Similarly, General courses can delve deeper into certain areas of the language that you know you will need.


We have a wide range of Business course clients for a variety of needs; including people who are off to work for a foreign administration, people working in a corporation with overseas headquarters, and import/export specialists. 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.


You have the option to participate in a free language consultation before your course begins. This short consultation, usually over the phone, will reveal the work situations you will find yourself in and the terminology you will need to know in order for us to better design your course. This information, in addition to details regarding your preferred methods of learning, will be used to understand your specific requirements, work demands, and the language goals you wish to achieve from your course.

Info about Hull


Hull, or Kingston upon Hull to give the city its full name, was founded during the 12th century and throughout its history has been an extremely important city for the UK. Nowadays the city is an essential port city, with a population bordering on a quarter of a million.

The city of Hull is sometimes seen as something of an oddity - it's a large, sprawling, industrial city situated right in the middle of a mostly rural area of Yorkshire. While it was recently voted one of the worst places in the UK to live, most Hull natives are proud to be so, emphasising the residents' friendly disposition and working-class mindset.

With its thriving port, Hull attracts plenty of overseas visitors, making it an ideal spot to start learning a foreign language.


Info about English


English can often appear to be something of a mystery to a non-native speaker, with its baffling grammar and spelling regulations due to the age of the tongue as well as the various outside languages that influenced its evolution. However, it need not remain a mystery, as Language Trainers can soon have you confidently speaking English, whatever your needs. We have a host of fully-trained native English teachers who can meet to teach you (or your group, if there are several of you) at a time and place of your choosing, providing all necessary teaching materials for you. The content of the course will reflect what you want to get from the English language, and by working both during and outside of timetabled classes, you'll wonder how you were ever confused.


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