Critical thinking can be defined as the intellectually disciplined process of actively and skillfully conceptualizing, applying, analyzing, synthesizing, and/or evaluating information gather ..
Today we will continue our analysis of Phrasal Verbs.
Click here (http://www.oise.com/blog/grammar-blog-introduction-to-phrasal-verbs)to remind yourself of our first lesson o ..
Song Yung, filmmaker extraordinaire, realised that to truly excel at international film festivals he wouldn’t be able to rely on Korean or Japanese. So, he chose to study English at OISE Lon ..
OISE is often lucky enough to host scholars for months at a time. Over this period the scholars make exceptional progress towards their personalised goal. Eagre to track this journey, we int ..
Studying at OISE Boston is not just about improving your English level and becoming more confident in the language; It is so much more than that. Learning with other scholars in small classe ..
Today, we will discuss phrasal verbs. (Combinations of verb and a preposition or adverbial particle.) Examples include: Break up. Do up. Get away with. Go in for. See through. Ta ..
Cambodia’s brutal descent into chaos ushered in one of the bloodiest massacres of recent human history.
The countryside became a charnel house as the Khmer Rouge, led by Pol Pot, ..
Scholars often have difficulties with the forms “used to do” and “used to doing.” These terms refer to a situation or a habit that occurred over a period of time in the past.
Imagine this. A Tuesday afternoon in OISE Bristol. Untypically for a language school, all the dictionaries and exercise books have been stowed away. As a change of pace from the usual intens ..
Celso R. Ricciardi, a professional in Production Engineering, took a course at OISE Oxford. Celso was kind enough to sit down with us and tell us about the course and the impact ..
What unique characteristics separate OISE courses from the crowd?
1. You’re forced to go beyond your comfort zone.
When on a journey to master another language, it wo ..
Formal English is not everyday English. You’ll rarely be expected to talk in a formal register to a person you have just met - politely, curtly, but not necessarily formally. Otherwise you m ..