Fun and Engaging
Having fun while learning is not only an extra plus in a course, it’s an essential ingredient in helping you to learn. If you enjoy a lesson or a social activity you take part in, you’ll remember what you learnt and you’ll also be more motivated to carry on studying. Our minds are much more receptive when we’re engaged and enjoying an activity.
Our interactive activities consist of a wide range of fun games and quizzes that you can do whenever you have spare time. The lessons with teachers consist of small classes (normally 30 or 35 people) and are based on speaking activities.
Nowadays, people of all ages want to learn English and look for the type of English lessons that suit their needs. Here are some things to consider when you look for the right solution for you.
For many adult language learners, a significant difficulty in finding the right kind of lessons for them is finding time, consistently every week, to study. At Institute of Modern Languages you have the great benefit of being able to do lessons at different times and with a different frequency every week.
Choose your objective.
When you start studying English it’s important to have a clear goal in mind, otherwise you risk moving forward without a direction. Institute of Modern Languages gives you specific objectives, depending on your needs, that enable you to identify a realistic aim within a realistic timeframe.
Doing English lessons doesn’t have to be dull and boring. On the contrary, it can and should be a lot of fun. Self-study courses can work for a while, but you can quickly lose motivation. If you study at Institute of Modern Languages with a variety of different people, speaking, and taking part in social activities, you learn while having a good time!
Your English lessons have to focus on preparing you for using English at work and when you travel. Your attention needs to be on listening and speaking because these are the skills that are essential. So when you choose the type of English lessons you do, find an option that concentrates on these two aspects of English. Institute of Modern Languages courses are based on listening and speaking, from the very first lesson, which means you can quickly learn to use some basic language in your everyday life.