- Monday, 12 June 2017 14:10
What can you learn in a week?
A full week’s language training can take place in your own country with intensive one-to-one lessons, or at an intensive English immersion training centre abroad. Whichever option you chose you may wonder how much you will learn in a 5 working days.
- Wednesday, 17 May 2017 10:41
Food – the ultimate intercultural icebreaker?
If you have attended a training course at Abbey Communication, you will know that food is an important part of the immersion week. When we are not eating food, we are usually talking about it! Here’s why:
- Wednesday, 05 April 2017 13:23
What will be the place of English post Brexit?
Despite Britain leaving the EU, English will remain one of its official languages, and will continue to be the chosen language of business. Here’s why...
- Friday, 03 March 2017 23:19
Why it's OK to make mistakes
No doubt you will have heard teachers and parents say to you “Just give it a go” and “don’t worry about making mistakes or getting it wrong”. In language learning having a positive attitude towards making mistakes is one of the common attributes of a successful learner...
- Wednesday, 01 February 2017 20:12
The benefits of learning a language abroad
Let’s be honest, language training abroad can seem an expensive way to learn or improve a language. Comparing the costs of taking an immersion course abroad to taking an evening class once a week, can on the surface seem shocking...
- Monday, 09 January 2017 15:23
7 tips for working with a language training company
Holding an English language training budget comes with heavy responsibilities. How can you spend this money with a proven language training company and get the best return on investment?...
- Tuesday, 22 March 2016 11:21
Who inspires us?
Our town, Malmesbury, is small (about 7000 people currently), but it has been a big influence on learning and innovation for many centuries. Did you know that you can find the tomb of the first Kind of all England (King Athelstan) in Malmesbury Abbey? Did you also know that Malmesbury Abbey was a significant centre of learning for centuries?