English Lessons in Hull. Learn English
All of our English trainers are fully-qualified native speakers who will tailor your course to your individual requirements. Classes are held at a venue and time that suit you, whether that be morning, afternoon or evening; weekdays or weekends. One-to-one and small-group options are available to suit everyone from solo learners to businesses. Course materials are provided.
English Course in Hull
The language classes we offer will let you get off to a flying start with your English skills and then carry on steadily progressing.
General English courses will cover Survival English, allowing you to be comfortable during short visits to the country; polite conversation, practicable vocabulary and a strong grammatical foundation. 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.
Most students will enjoy a course which gives them a wide mix of skills. For example, a Business course in English will also leave you well prepared for less formal use of the language as well. While a General course will tend to concentrate on the basics of the language you can ask for it to include whatever you feel will be important to your future plans.
We arrange Business courses for many clients; primarily those working in international trade, overseas governments and universities, and employees of multinational firms who require a second language. Our General courses cater for people aiming to purchase overseas property, globetrotters, English language and culture devotees, as well as people who need to pass a particular English exam.
All took English courses with
Moore Europe Capital Management
Both my teacher and the English course itself are great! My teacher has worked with me to set the right pace.Alexander Makarov Solution Delivery Team Lead , Cargill PLC, taking English classes in Cambridge
› Two-to-One and Small Group - English Course in Hull (closed group)
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
As the world's universal language, a good grasp of English is very important for any traveller, be it for academic, business or simply for visiting an English-speaking country. Language Trainers offers a team of dedication native-speaking English teachers, fully qualified to teach both one-to-one and groups. We will provide any necessary academic materials, and the lessons can be arranged for a time and place that suit your schedule. The gist of the course can also be adapted to suit your individual needs.
- English is the official language in how many countries: 54 countries
- How do I say Thank you in English: Thank you
- How do I say I love you in English: I love you
- How many English Internet users are?: 536,564,837
- Famous English Singers: Sting, Mick Jagger, Freddie Mercury,
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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!:
Both my English course and the teacher are great. I and David have chosen the right pace and moving along to address issues I've got.
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)