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So why do learners love our courses? And what do they say about them?

By Richard Mchugh on 11-Feb-2022 13:48:36

When we design our courses our starting point is to put the learner at the centre of the process.

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New English for Hospitality? Yes, we’re excited too! (Sneak peek inside!)

By Richard Mchugh on 04-Feb-2022 11:50:36

Reallyenglish announces its brand-new English for Hospitality course! Here is a quick FAQ Tour to let you know what it is all about.

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10 reasons why you should choose digital learning solutions

By Richard Mchugh on 21-Jan-2022 16:33:48

Digital Learning is in a growth phase. The pandemic accelerated this due to lockdowns. Learners were unable to attend physical face to face classrooms. So, educational institutions looked for solutions that allowed them to deliver content online.

But now there is hope of a return to normality. So, what reasons do trainers and educators have for the continued use of digital learning? Especially if they are all back teaching and learning face to face?

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Digital learning just became even more powerful, here's why

By Richard Mchugh on 13-Jan-2022 10:15:14

One problem for digital English language courses is they do not save learner work. This is most true for those courses that cover productive skills of speaking and writing.

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Practical English - new features!

By Ben Porter on 21-Oct-2021 05:56:45

How do we introduce context into digital language lessons? 

In this post, we cover a key component of the new edition of our Practical English course: introductions.

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Practical English New Edition!!

By Ben Porter on 07-Oct-2021 09:57:31

Digital learning solutions for English just got even better!

It's been a while since we posted here, but it doesn't mean we haven't been busy! 

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How to motivate the unmotivated

By JJ Wilson on 07-May-2019 18:37:28

“I asked my 18-year-old student why he wasn’t putting more effort into learning English. He took me to the classroom window and pointed. Outside, there was a parked Ferrari. It was his. A chauffeur was sitting inside. “I don’t need English,” he said. “My family’s rich.”” (teacher in Melbourne, Australia)

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