English language courses
OISE has re-opened for in-person Tutorial, Quatorial and Octorial courses in Oxford, Edinburgh and London.
OISE tutors are also teaching students by means of Distance Learning. Book a tutor Monday to Saturday at anytime from 09.00 to 18.00 GMT.
OISE tutors are teaching sessions dedicated to grammar, written eloquence, speaking with impact and specific exam preparation.
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For information and enrolments contact:
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Covid 19 refund policy: Course fees are refunded if the course is cancelled due to Covid-19.
An individualised educational project
Contrary to popular belief inherited from school years, it is not by mastering grammatical acuity or by a rich vocabulary that one will be best understood in the second language. The pace of speech encourages a paused pronunciation of each syllable, punctuated by a short expressive silence between the parts of a sentence : all are factors of a good speech.
The oratorical exercises that form the cornerstone of OISE pedagogy are invaluable support for the construction of sentences, capacity for forthright repartee in the second language, and the immediate reaction to the intervention of interlocutors.
The enormous advantage of residing for some time, no matter how short, in the country of the target language, is to be able to accustom one's ear to the language as it is pronounced and expressed by the local population; however the ear will be even more attentive when the training covers the different accents, different intonations and the contextual anticipation.
Work towards an official English certification
How to speak English fluently like a native
To speak English like a native you need to practise speaking and intonation as well as build your vocabulary to include words for every situation. You can’t learn how to speak English fluently like a native speaker from a book, no matter how hard you study - Here's why: