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
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
Our language schools offer courses to help you improve your English for business purposes and so, over the years, we have also produced several articles for the blog full of tips and extra information to help you out, whether you are taking a course with us or not!
Below is a list of links to all the Business English posts we have published for you. We’ve separated these out into different categories so you can get to what you want easily and we’ll keep this post updated as we add more in the future.
Take a look and see if anything below can give you a helping hand with your career, or maybe even help you decide to enrol in a full business English course!Read More
The difference between “fun” and “funny” can be a tricky to non-native speakers. Learn the rules and soon you’ll be a master of these commonly used words!Read More
It has been a while since we took a look at some English idioms, so let’s get back into them by going to the heart of the topic, or rather, the topic of hearts!
The heart comes up a lot in English expressions so let’s take a look at ten of our favourite examples!Read More
You may already know more English than you realize.
Did you know there are a number of borrowed words within the English language that are used, with the same meaning, in other languages? We take a look into the origin of some common Italian and French words.Read More
TV and film are brilliant ways to learn English. We’ve talked before about how you can try to learn English with movies, but how about learning English whilst laughing?
This brings up a very important question to answer: What is better for your English education? British comedies, or American comedies?Read More