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<h3>English: An International Language</h3>

There are over 300 million native speakers of English and between 400 million and 1 billion people who speak English as a second or foreign language. While English is only the world’s third most spoken language when considering native speakers, it’s by far and large the world’s most common language when you take native speakers into account. With so many people speaking English as a foreign or second language, English has become the de facto language for international business, academia, science, technology, etc.

Additionally, English has shown no signs of slowing down. Similarly, English has been a common lingua franca for centuries.

English is also an official language for the EU, the African Union, the Council of Europe, the World Trade Organization (TWO), North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO), Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), and North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), to name a few. The British empire hardly hindered the spread of English, either.

<h3>Learning English in Manchester</h3>

Learning English or improving your language skills is hugely important for your professional development. Those who come to the UK looking to learn the English language will probably do so in accordance with the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR) and seek to achieve a B1, B2, C1, or C2 level in the English language. It should be noted that those who learn in English in the UK can also do so with intensive English lessons. This is particularly useful if you’re looking to gain citizenship in the UK.

For a native English speaker, it can be useful to improve their language skills in order to change careers. There are several options for those who have a good level of English. For example, they can teach language skills to those at university, those studying GCSEs or A Levels, or those requiring language skills for their career. You don’t necessarily need any language qualifications in order to teach English privately. That’s why there are no two private tutors who are alike.

There are also plenty of jobs and career choices you can do with good English language skills: journalist, SEO specialist, blogger, web editor, librarian, working in a tourism office, teacher, psychologist, psychiatrist, EFL teacher, translator, doctoral candidate, etc. Improve your career prospects by learning English in Manchester. Private tutorials can focus on teaching you the English language with your desired career goal in mind.

A lot of people are fascinated by British culture and the English language and wish to learn more about both of them. Thus, our private English tutorials can help students of any level get better at speaking English, learn more about English-speaking culture, and improve your reading and writing skills, your pronunciation (phonetics and accent), and spelling.

A lot of tourists visit the UK every year. If you meet them, you’ll notice how much better they speak the English language than the British speak foreign languages.

Finally, getting weekly English tutorials are also good for school students who need to improve their grades in order to improve their future career prospects. The academic support market is growing in the UK and more and more students than ever are benefiting from academic support tutorials to help them get ahead, catch up to their lessons at school, or learn new skills.

<h3>Where Can You Get English Lessons in Manchester?</h3>

No matter which level of English you're studying, you can learn more about culture, improve your speaking skills in order to speak to other native speakers, and improve your career prospects.

Even if you were born in the UK, it doesn’t necessarily mean that you know everything you need to know about the English language. In fact, a lot of native speakers struggle with certain aspects of the language because they’ve never really studied it in the way that those speaking it as a second language would. Could you explain the complexities of the English language, such as spelling, everyday vocabulary, or grammatical and lexical morphemes to a non-native speaker? How could you appear as the best candidate for a job if your spelling and punctuation were awful?

For those who can’t afford private English tutorials with our private tutors on Superprof, there are a number of language schools and centres that offer more affordable language classes.

Alternatively, each student could learn English online from one of the many sites with lessons, resources, grammar guides, and worksheets for those wanting to improve their English. The best thing is that a lot of sites are actually free and won’t cost you a penny to access these resources. However, the best resources are arguably from the sites that you have to pay for.

Are these lessons enough, in terms of pedagogy and teaching approaches, to keep a student interested in learning English in the long term? It's doubtful. How can you teach yourself to analyse texts? How can you really achieve the linguistic skills of somebody who's studied at a university by just reading websites?

<h3>Private English Tutors on Superprof in Manchester</h3>

There are plenty of private tutors working in and around Manchester. There are also many offering tutorials for those studying English at school or those wishing to learn English as a foreign language.

There are plenty of advantages to working with a private tutor. For one, each student can have their lessons tailored to them, when they want them, where they want them, and covering the subjects and aspects of the language that they need to learn. Secondly, anyone can get private tutorials whether they’re at primary school, secondary school, sixth form, college, university, or have left education altogether

Do you need some help while studying a master’s or doctorate? You can get intensives private tutorials to work on your speaking skills, pronunciation, writing skills, or just give you a bit more confidence for when you need to give a presentation or defend your thesis. Do you need to pass a level test in English? You can ask for tutorials focusing on the language skills present in a given exam or required for working in a certain field, be it A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, or C2 level.

Regardless of your level and what you need English for, be it exam prep, English as a foreign language, immersion, applying to jobs or universities, etc., you need to pick the appropriate tutor for your goals, budget (the average rate in Manchester is £20/hour), where your lessons take place in and around Manchester, and the teaching style that will work for you.

If you can't afford a face-to-face English tutor, there are also those teaching English online. Whether you're a native English speaker needing to improve your English or are learning English as a second language, there are online tutors willing to help you with preparation for the Cambridge or TOEFL exam, improving your English grammar, or helping you reach fluency.

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