Have you ever wondered what your English level is? We have a handy test to find out! Most people agree that tests are boring… we understand that. However, it’s important that we find out what your current English level is so that we can help you to progress as quickly as possible. This test consists […]
Welcome to the English for Beginners course! In this course, you will study conversation basics in English. Lesson 1: Making a good impression Lesson 2: Saying ‘hello’ Lesson 3: Giving your name and spelling it out Lesson 4: Making sentences in English Lesson 5: Asking questions Lesson 6: Introducing yourself Lesson 7: Nationality, country and […]
Verb tenses are the backbone of English grammar and are the source of confusion for English learners the world over. This is a crash course into the twelve verb tenses in English and some of their main uses. It’s a helpful way to get an overview of this area of English grammar. Here at Intrepid […]
“The speaking section of the IELTS exam is the hardest part” Many students consistently tell us that their IELTS speaking score lets them down. On the whole, the listening, reading and writing sections of the IELTS exam tend to be a little easier and can be practised without the help of a teacher. That’s why […]
This course is designed for busy professionals who need to learn business English for the international workplace and is suitable for intermediate to advanced learners. You can choose to work your way through this course from the first lesson to the last, or simply pick the business English skill that you want to master right […]
Do you love listening to English songs but don’t always understand the meaning of the lyrics? Do you love to sing along to your favourite English songs and wonder what they are about?
British English and British Culture
From the UK’s love of sports to its obsession with the weather, this is an 18-unit crash course in what makes Britain unique.
Develop your knowledge of British English as you learn about and discuss the attitudes, ideas, and lifestyles that prevail in the United Kingdom.
Each lesson is based on an original article written in an affectionate (but certainly not rose-tinted) style. Each unit also includes new vocabulary and talking points to discuss with your native British English teacher.
Although this is not designed to be a comprehensive overview of the differences between British and American English, important contrasts in vocabulary usage, grammar, and pronunciation are noted along the way.