Study English at home

study english at home

Study English at home targets

We offer advice and targets to help you study English at home and in your free time. We have used our experience to put together a list of recommended resources. They are designed for studying without a teacher, which will enable you to be more independent and study in your own time. You can also work with our English teachers or an English language school for better feedback and to learn faster. 

To help you set targets, our suggestions are divided by the six key English levels (A1-C2) and types of English (General English, English for Work - Business English, Legal English, Exam preparation). Each gives recommended self-study materials (self-study books, studying online, and other study ideas). You can also look at the advantages of self-study materials.

Getting started

Firstly, you need to have an idea of your English level, and you can take our English level test. One test covers 12 levels, and the results of the test recommend what to focus on to develop your English language skills.

What English level do you need?

Our study advice is divided into the six CEFR levels of proficiency (A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2).  Each level provides an outline of the key areas of English grammar, vocabulary and English communication that you need to develop. Each level also gives recommended study materials.

For General English, click on you level below.

English level-A1English level-A2English level-B1English level-B2English level-C1English level-C2

You can get even more advice and study options for English for Work and English Examinations. (For these options, we recommend that you have already completed English level B1.) We also recommend that you practise with an English teacher too!

What type of English?

We provide information about General English, English for Work and preparation for English exams to help you decide what is best for you.

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