Demonyms is the term used to identify people from a specific region. With no set grammar rules, it’s a bit of a mixed bag, and some of the names may surprise you. Read more to find out what people from different cities are called.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
We asked our students what they thought of studying in Bath, from their favourite cafes to must-visit sights. They reveal their top tips for living in the city.
Here’s our City Guide for Bath.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
Are you worried about feeling homesick while you are studying abroad, or even missing a pet that you have back at home? Cat cafés are an increasingly popular way to overcome this and have a claw-some time with these loveable cats!Read More