English Courses : London, United Kingdom

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English Courses in London

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Teacher: Leah Crews (London)

GBTeacher from United Kingdom. Speaks Japanese.

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このコースのレベルはなんでもいいように当てはめられます。毎日の会話を習います。例えば、レストラの注文とか電車に乗るとかスーパーで買物とかパブ「イギリスの居酒屋」に飲むとか語句をならいます。なお基本的な英文法を説明します。 頑張りましょう!

This course can be adapted to suit any level of English. You will learn everyday conversation. For example, ordering in a restaurant, taking a train (or London Underground), shopping in a supermarket, drinking in a pub etc. In addition, I will explain basic English grammar.

This course will have a relaxed and informal feel, preparing you for a trip to England. You'll learn some common idioms and real everyday English phrases that you won't learn in a classroom. We can talk about whatever interests you most; food, trains, British television, family life, even recommendations on places to see and visit.

Lesson one:
Greetings and self introduction. Where are you from? Why do you want to learn English? What topics are you interested in? How much have you studied already? I need to get an idea of your current English level to tailor the difficulty of the rest of the course to suit your needs.

Lesson 2 Getting a coffee
Please may I have...? Do you have decaf/soymilk/skimmedmilk? Can I have that to take away/drink in please? What kind of coffee do you like?

Lesson 3 At the Pub
A pint of Amstel/Asahi/Peroni/IPA please. Can I have a Gin and Tonic please? With Ice and a slice (of lime) May I see the wine list? Whats your house red? What flavour crisps do you have? Just a half please. Can I taste this ale? Do you have any ID? Are you ordering food? Whats your table number?

Lesson 4 In a restaurant
Do you have a table for 2? I don't have a reservation. Can I sit by the window? Can I have some tap water please? What beers do you have? Where's the toilet please? Can I see the dessert menu? Can I have the bill please? Is service included?

Lesson 5 In a Museum
Is this exhibition free? Which way is the permanent collection? Is there a Japanese Audio guide? Is there a cloakroom? Is it ok to take photos? Can I have a map please? Do I need a ticket?


Lessons in person or online:

The Black Chapel
1 Chapel Yard, London SW18 4HZ, UK
Café Fleur
198 St Ann's Hill, London SW18 2RT, UK
Artisan Coffee
203 Upper Richmond Rd, London SW15 6SG, UK
123 St John's Hill, London SW11 1SZ, UK
In a public place
(Virtual classroom, Hangouts, Skype)

Hourly rates: (JPY ¥)

1 student: ¥1,200
2 students: ¥800
3+ students: ¥700
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English Teachers London

English Courses in London

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Teacher: Joseph Latimore (London)

USTeacher from United States. Speaks English.

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If you want t to improve your English language skills, I can help you improve your speaking, reading and writing of the English language. The course will cover all of the basics and once you have a command of the basics we will stretch your ability further. In just a few sessions you will see great

I am a patient instructor who will move at a pace that is comfortable for you.


Lessons in person:

Charing Cross Library
4 Charing Cross Road, London WC2H 0HF
Victoria Library
160 Buckingham Palace Road, London SW1W 9UD
Marylebone Library
Macintosh House, 54 Beaumont Street, London W1G 6DW
St. John's Wood Library
20 Circus Road, London NW8 6PD
At home
In your office
In a public place

Hourly rates: (GBP £)

1 student: £25.00
2 students: £20.00
3+ students: £15.00
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