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What do other students think about our English language school in Ottawa?

Sunday, January 26th, 2014

Please read about what other students think  about our English language school in Ottawa.

Btw, the word “testimonials” means “our students’ opinions”. Please click on the link below:


Simply click on the flags to read about our students’ opinions.

Thank you,



Can I use Wi-Fi in the school?

Tuesday, January 21st, 2014

Yes, in our ESL school students can use Wi-Fi and it is free.

How much do I have to pay for the school? How does the system work?

Friday, July 27th, 2012

The price in our English school in Ottawa depends on how many weeks students sign up for and on how many classes they take. Right now there are two big promotions:

1) There is a discount for students who study longer, the longer you take one course the less you pay for it per hour. For example, if you want to study just the grammar class for 1-4 weeks, the price is $120 per week and since grammar is taught 10 hours per week, it comes to $12 per hour. But if you study grammar for 24 weeks the price per week is $95, so it comes to $9.50 per hour. So, students can save $2.50 per hour.

2) Another great way to save your money is to combine classes, it also lowers the price per hour. So for example, if you combine grammar, pronunciation and conversation classes the price for 1-4 weeks (27.5 hours per week) will be $315 per week which comes to $11.45 per hour but if you do the same combination for 24 weeks it is going to be much cheaper!!! It will come to $247.50 per week, and since it is 27.5 hours per week the price will be $9 per hour (instead of $12). Students can save $3 per hour!

So, as you can see, the most expensive is $12 per hour and the cheapest is $9 per hour. The more courses you combine and the longer you study, the more money you can save!!! That’s why, please do not hesitate, come join us!!!

Present Perfect Simple – the most difficult English tense

Friday, November 11th, 2011

Grammar question about Present Perfect?

Guys please don’t forget that Present Perfect always tells us about the past and the present. For example: “We’ve washed the dishes” means that the dishes are clean now.

English pronunciation – how long does it take to complete the course?

Saturday, August 13th, 2011

Well, it takes about three months to complete our English pronunciation program. Students, however, need to practice the sounds at home, after class in order to see  significant improvement.

Grammar and pronunciation first, speaking second?

Friday, February 4th, 2011

” I will learn all the grammar and pronunciation rules first and then I will start to use them in speaking. Is this the right way to learn English???”