18/04/2020

“Make a decision” or “Take a decision”

As a non-English native speaker, I learned that in English you say make a decision, instead of take a decision, which would be the natural choice for a Spanish speaker like me. But lately, I have heard both expressions. So, what is the difference between them? Read on to find out more!
09/10/2018

A Language Hub in the heart of Letchworth

My Language Hub (MLH) has moved into Letchworth Garden City From Home to Office-based In September, My Language Hub (MLH), a local Language Service Provider (LSP) […]
09/03/2017

IELTS for foreigners – a necessary evil?

IELTS for non-native English speakers In this blog my aim is to continue with the theme of the International English Language Testing System (IELTS).  In this […]
01/03/2017

IELTS for native English speakers

International English Language Test System (IELTS) for native English speakers   by Hugh Ottewell As a born and bred first language English speaker, I recall how […]