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English Language Courses Hong Kong – Video Overview By Q Language Teacher, Richard Ford

By Q-Admin / January 31, 2014 / 1 Comment

We recently published a new video to our Q Language Hong Kong You Tube channel where Richard Ford, a popular member of our English teaching team, gave a short overview of what students who enrol on one of our Private (one-to-one) or Intensive English Courses can expect when they come to study English with us here…

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Learning Synonyms For Good & Synonyms For Bad

By Q-Admin / December 12, 2013 / 0 Comments

When you start to learn English, one of your first challenges is to learn basic vocabulary. As your level of English improves, however, and you are able to communicate in a broader range of situations, you are faced with a new challenge: expanding your vocabulary; taking your existing knowledge of basic vocabulary to a higher…

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15 English Grammar Mistakes You Should Avoid

By Q-Admin / June 21, 2013 / 2 Comments

Learning to speak English is often a challenge, but practicing your speaking skills without worrying too much about any grammatical mistakes you make is the most important thing to remember, especially in the early stages. Arguably, studying English grammar should be a relatively small part of your overall English studies. Yes, it’s important, but concentrating…

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