Online Learning

General English

  • Levels 1A and 1B- At this level, students can: Listen and respond to spoken language, including simple narratives, statements, questions and single-step instructions; Speak to communicate basic information, feelings and opinions on familiar topics;
  • Levels 2A and 2B- At this level, students can:  Listen and respond to spoken language, including straghforward information, short narratives explanations and instructions; Speak to communicate information, feelings and opinions on familiar topics; 
  • Levels 3A and 3B- At this level, students can:   Listen and respond straighforward information and narratives, and follow straighforward explanations and instructions, both face-to-face and on the telephone; 
  • Level 4A- At this level, students can:  Listen and respond to spoken language, including information and narratives, and follow explanations and instructions of varying length, adapting response to speaker, medium and context; 

Contact us





Former School at Plater College Oxford

Pullens Lane. Headington 0X3 0DT

Phone: 7733344852 (WhatsApp)

New Office:  Copse Lane

Marston. OX3 0AY 

Oxford. England. UK

Popular Programs

We offer the following Online programs:

  • General English
  • Business English 
  • English for University Studies
  • Reading, Writing, Vocabulary
  • Listening, Speaking, Pronunciation
  • Phrasal Verbs, Idioms, Collocations
  • Phonemes, British English 45 Sounds.
  • Practical Grammar, Grammar & Functions



There is a range of support available to help you organise your time and manage your learning. Whether you are a student within a group of other students, or a private one studying alone, your tutor will provide all support you may need by email, whatsApp, Messenger or Online.

After enrolling online, your course materials to your first class will be delievered by email. You will also recieve a link when your class is about to start.

Also, for more about our English Courses, contact us and we will send you any more information you may need.

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How We Work

E-learning makes use of information and communications technology to provide innovative ways to learn. Distance learning on the other hand covers learning remotely on courses such as home study or self-study courses, which can be combined with e-learning.

A variety of media is used to help with learning and  communication between learners and tutors, these include: Traditional materials, such as books. manuals, audio/video recordings, Online information, Video conferencing, Support and so on. Our courses are delievered online only with no 'hard' materials sent to our students.

We offer classes in groups and private (one-o-one). 

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London is a vast metropolis. With a population of more than 7 million (15 million in the SE region). Life in the city is very congested. Like any other city travel late at night is more risky in some areas so be sensible. If you are in a bus sit near the driver and likewise in a tube or train sit near the driver, do not have valuables showing; jewellery, cameras, phones, etc. There are telephones on most stations and emergency levers in all carriages. Go for traditional black cabs over minicabs particulary at night. 

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Oxford is situated 57 miles (c 91 Km) north-west of London and is served by a regular fast train service and frequent coach services. Oxford is 45 miles (c 72 km) from London Heathrow Airport and 80 miles (c 129 km) from London Gatwick Airport and is best reached from either airport by the airport bus service. It is unwise to take a taxi from London or either of the airports to Oxford without first having ascertained the cost. In the UK they drive on the left, so take care when crossing roads.

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