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4 community events at Regent Oxford

13 Feb 2019 by Andy Walsh

At Regent Oxford we strive to always deliver the best possible student experience. Every week we organise stimulating, educational events. This provides a chance for staff and students to exchange their own unique perspectives in English and to share knowledge, ideas and expertise on a wide range of subjects.

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Lena is the Client Services and Finance Officer at Regent Cambridge and has been part of countless students’ journeys towards their future in English. Here, she shares her experience of our unique teaching methods and tells us how she realised that language courses can be even better than she imagined when she first came to Cambridge as a language student herself.

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How to speak English fluently [5 tips]

17 Nov 2017 by Kelly Knight

To speak English well and fluently follow these 5 tips: slow down; act confident; emphasise; practice; and keep going. Do these things and we are confident that you will be able to impress others with your fluency!   

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International day of Democracy

20 Sep 2017 by Kelly Knight

15th September marked the International Day of Democracy and staff and students ar Regent London and Regent Oxford used this opportunity to explore the idea of democracy further.

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Fluency is something all language learners strive for as it is thought of as representing the peak of English ability.  However, fluency can also be considered as subjective and not a fixed goal. In fact, Oxford Dictionaries defines fluency as "the ability to speak or write a foreign language easily and accurately". We all strive to use foreign languages with greater ease and accuracy, so keep reading for our top 5 tips for improving your fluency.

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