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6 ways you can expand your English vocabulary

1 ago. 2018 by Kelly Knight

A wide vocabulary will help you to express your thoughts and ideas more clearly when you communicate in English. It can make a difference if you're taking an English exam, or applying for a job where English is uased as the main language of communication. Follow our 6 tips to help you expand your vocabulary today!

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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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Essential skills for international students

16 feb. 2017 by Kelly Knight

Studying English in England is an exciting opportunity, but the most successful students have a few key skills in common that they put to good use:

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Study Skills - Keep a learning diary

2 nov. 2016 by Kelly Knight

Keeping a learning diary is a simple but effective way to ensure you get the most out of each lesson.

A learning diary is a written record of each day's learning and can boost your achievement in a number of ways. Before we discuss the benefits, it's important to understand the best way to keep a learning diary so you can make this exercise as effective as possible.

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A celebration of all things Shakespeare

27 abr. 2016 by Kelly Knight

Shakespeare is one of Britain's great iconic authors and gave us many plays and poems still popular today. What you might not know is how much Shakespeare contributed to the English language; he is credited with introducing many words into English. Some interesting and now commonly used examples are "birthplace", used in his play Coriolanus, "bedroom", used in A Midsummer Night's Dream and "dwindle", used in King Henry IV, Part I.

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