On Line Tuition Info
“You don’t have to go anywhere to become a fluent English speaker. You only need to surround yourself with English.”
MBELS is delighted to offer online tuition in English Grammar. Tutors have ten or more years’ teaching experience, all of whom are based anywhere in the world.
All of our online tutors are fully qualified.
Online tuition takes place using:
- Google +
- What’s App
- Online clear glass dry erase board facility
- Document exchange via laptop and email
- Screen sharing facilities for interaction during lessons
This medium for lessons has proven extremely popular in recent years for both students and tutors.
Many families have told us that they find the lessons as effective as face to face tuition, and that it can be easier to co-ordinate times with their tutor. Online lessons can fit easily into busy family schedules and the tutor has no traffic jams to worry about on the way to lessons.
Lessons can be tailor made to suit individuals who have other commitments.
Online tuition cost is:
1. £50 per hour for conversational lessons.
2. £100 per hour for General English lessons (exercises will be sent via email and screen sharing applications).
3. £130 per hour for General English lessons and conversational lessons combined.
Minimum course blocks are three days…The more blocks you book the least expensive it will be for you!
5 Speaking Rules you need to know!
1. Don’t study grammar too much
This rule might sound strange to many ESL students, but it is one of the most important rules. If you want to pass examinations, then study grammar. However, if you want to become fluent in English, then you should try to learn English without studying the grammar.
Studying grammar will only slow you down and confuse you. You will think about the rules when creating sentences instead of naturally saying a sentence like a native. Remember that only a small fraction of English speakers know more than 20% of all the grammar rules. Many ESL students know more grammar than native speakers. I can confidently say this with experience. I am a native English speaker, majored in English Literature, and have been teaching English for more than 10 years. However, many of my students know more details about English grammar than I do. I can easily look up the definition and apply it, but I don’t know it off the top of my head.
2. Learn and study phrases
Many students learn vocabulary and try to put many words together to create a proper sentence. It amazes me how many words some of my students know, but they cannot create a proper sentence. The reason is because they didn’t study phrases. When children learn a language, they learn both words and phrases together. Likewise, you need to study and learn phrases.
If you know 1000 words, you might not be able to say one correct sentence. But if you know 1 phrase, you can make hundreds of correct sentences. If you know 100 phrases, you will be surprised at how many correct sentences you will be able to say. Finally, when you know only a 1000 phrases, you will be almost a fluent English speaker.
When you want to create an English sentence, do not translate the words from your Mother tongue. The order of words is probably completely different and you will be both slow and incorrect by doing this. Instead, learn phrases and sentences so you don’t have to think about the words you are saying. It should be automatic.
Another problem with translating is that you will be trying to incorporate grammar rules that you have learned. Translating and thinking about the grammar to create English sentences is incorrect and should be avoided.
3. Reading and Listening is NOT enough. Practice Speaking what you hear!
Reading, listening, and speaking are the most important aspects of any language. The same is true for English. However, speaking is the only requirement to be fluent. It is normal for babies and children to learn speaking first, become fluent, then start reading, then writing. So the natural order is listening, speaking, reading, then writing.
First Problem Isn’t it strange that schools across the world teach reading first, then writing, then listening, and finally speaking? Although it is different, the main reason is because when you learn a second language, you need to read material to understand and learn it. So even though the natural order is listening, speaking, reading, then writing, the order for ESL students is reading, listening, speaking, then writing.
Second Problem The reason many people can read and listen is because that’s all they practice. But in order to speak English fluently, you need to practice speaking. Don’t stop at the listening portion, and when you study, don’t just listen. Speak out loud the material you are listening to and practice what you hear. Practice speaking out loud until your mouth and brain can do it without any effort. By doing so, you will be able to speak English fluently.
4. Submerge yourself
Being able to speak a language is not related to how smart you are. Anyone can learn how to speak any language. This is a proven fact by everyone in the world. Everyone can speak at least one language. Whether you are intelligent, or lacking some brain power, you are able to speak one language.
We offer the above to:
Young Children Ages: 7-12
Teenagers Ages: 13-17
Students preparing for Exams such as:
What is IELTS?
IELTS assesses all of your English skills — reading, writing, listening and speaking, and is designed to reflect how you will use English at study, at work, and at play, in your new life abroad.
The IELTS test is developed by some of the world’s leading experts in language assessment. It has an excellent international reputation, and is accepted by over 8,000 organisations worldwide, including schools, universities, employers, immigration authorities and professional bodies.
IELTS is the most widely accepted English language test that uses a one-on-one speaking test to assess your English communication skills. This means that you are assessed by having a real-life conversation with a real person. This is the most effective and natural way of testing your English conversation skills.
The international English language testing system (IELTS) is the world’s most popular English language proficiency test for higher education and global migration, with over 2 million tests taken in the last year.
What are Cambridge Certificates?
PET and FCE test all four language skills: reading, listening, writing and speaking. The PET certificate is a basic exam which leads to higher qualifications such as the First Certificate in English (FCE). PET gives you the confidence to use English in real situations and corresponds to Level B1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
The FCE certificate is an exam for students who can use everyday written and spoken English at an upper-intermediate level. It is an ideal exam for students who want to use English for study purposes and corresponds to Level B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
You will be able to have a reduced rate…once proof is identified.
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