Native English speakers use the word “get” to mean a huge variety of things. Master how to use this seemingly simple word, and soon you’ll be speaking like a native!Read More
There is always something going on at our English schools and this summer, our teachers and students at the Kaplan Young Learner Centre Kent have been working extremely hard and of course having great fun at the same time!
The classes have been working together on projects in English that involve working collaboratively and using communication skills to boost their English language education.Read More
Learn a bit about the teachers and staff of Kaplan’s Boston Fenway location and what interacting with students means to them.Read More
Learning English in a group can often help you stay motivated, and, more importantly, often helps put the fun back into learning! Here are some of the most effective and exciting ways to learn English in various group activities.Read More
You’d be surprised how much of London you can see in a single day! Here’s one route to maximise your sightseeing in just one day.Read More
Some words in English have multiple meanings. Some words tend to go out of fashion. Some words do both of these.
With that in mind, allow us to introduce you the Kaplan blogger’s word of the month: Wicked
We’ve also had a bit of an argument in the office about this between English and American differences in the word.Read More