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    9, Guze Fava Street
    Sliema SLM 1632
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  • Testimonials

    [:en]I learned a lot, I only stayed for a week .. too short! The next time I will stay for 2 weeks. Friendly and inspiring teachers, interesting students. I loved/ enjoyed my short holiday in Malta and will definitely come back again to inlingua Malta.[:]

    - Elfi Geiger – Germany – November 2016

    [:en]I have really enjoyed my inlingua learning experience. My teacher is well prepared, the book is useful and my class mates are really nice. Now I hope I will pass the Cambridge Exam![:]

    - Beatrice – Italy – November 2016

    My holidays in Malta were very good and Inlingua School was the best part of it. I had a great class with sea view and air condition. So it was really comfortable to study. Special thanks to my teacher Fausto, because he is one of the best English teachers I've ever seen.

    - Oleg Volkov – Russia – October 2016

    It was really interesting. I want to go back and continue. Very good teacher and not a big school but enough rooms for everyone. Everything was good and well planned! Thank you very much!

    - Vladimir Acopov – Moldova – October 2016

    It was a fantastic experience, the school is great and Malta was beautiful. My teacher was very, very nice!

    - Aurelie Rechsteiner – Switzerland – October 2016

    I think it was a great experience for me. The teacher was nice and the people of the school too. I have learnt a lot so it was very good.

    - Corentin Vullioud – Switzerlad – October 2016

    My experience with Inlingua were very good! Also the teacher and the balance between grammar, reading and speaking and the balance between studying and free time in Malta is perfect!

    - Jean-Francois Vuilloud – Switzerland – October 2016

    Great School ! Our german teacher was super... And everybody was so helpful.

    - Christine Rechsteiner Vullioud – France – October 2016

    My experience with Inlingua was really satisfactorily. I attended the English course for personell advantage. I'm really happy here!

    - Nino Bregvadze – Germany – October 2016

    I had a great experience! Lessons with Vanessa were very good to learn grammar, she is very patient and afternoon lessons with Yvonne were a challange for me. I enjoyed to stay in Malta and I hope to come back soon.

    - Peter Mlynarcík – Slovak Republic – October 2016

    My experience in Malta was beautiful from day one as we felt as though we are at home immediately. My friends and I have made a lot of fun and exciting memories, which we will treasure for the rest of our lives. The English course was very helpful and I'm sure it will be of great help for my future job. The part I liked best of my holiday, was our visit to Golden Bay.

    - Elisa Antonino – Italy – Sept 2016

    My teacher was very friendly and interesting, she helped me improve my English considerably as we did a lot of conversation exercises in class.

    - Cecilia Carotenuto – Italy – Sept 2016

    inlingua Malta has helped me focus on some skills and improvements with my English. Found the lessons very interesting and engaging. I wish to be back soon.

    - Letizia Lastrucci – Italy – Sept 2016

    I loved this English language course, with inlingua Malta, because I believe that my English has improved a lot thanks to the speaking opportunities we had in class. I fell in love with Malta because of its beautiful places i visited and the people i met. I will definitely recommend inlingua Malta to my friends, and would like to thank my teacher Yvonne for such a great job.

    - Chiara Cirivello – Italy – Sept 2016

    My inlingua learning experience was interesting and helpful. I improved my English, I met many people from other countries and I made a lot of conversation.

    - Giada A. – Italy – Sept 2016

    I don't regret at all to have chosen Malta and inlingua indeed, as my learning English process. In the last 3 months i felt the inlingua team as a family, always happy and keen in helping me. One of the best experiences I have ever had.

    - Brenda T. – 28 yrs- Ecuador – 23 September 2016

    It was the best experience for me.  I really enjoyed my lessons a lot and i had lovely teachers. I got everything i wished for. Thank you very much indeed and wish inlingua the prosperity for your future.

    - Ekaterina V. – 26 yrs old – Russia – September 2016

    My experience made me understand that I still have a lot to learn. I learned a good number of new words, phrases and expressions. Learning in a mini group, with a maximum of 6 students, was ideal for me. Will have to come again.

    - Helga N.- Italy – September 2016

    I have been in Inlingua for about 24 weeks and I can say that it s an amazing experience. I'll never forget it because instead of improve my English I met a lot of beautiful people from different countries. Thank you Inlingua for everything

    - Ionela Bruiser – Romania – August 2016

    I am once again here at inlingua Malta to better my Business English. It has been, and always turns out to be a very fruitful and successful experience. This time I was accompanied by my 2 young daughters, they too had a lot of fun during their lessons and learnt a lot. In summary, it can be said that inlingua - both for professional as well as for private needs, is very good and i can highly recommend it.

    - Markus Bluemle – Germany – June 2016

    Very good experience. Employees are nice, teachers very professional. I recommend to come to inlingua Malta. If it's possible i will come again the next year.

    - Nicolas Delaporte – France – June 2016

    I have spent a great week and class was very interesting. Great atmosphere in class and school. Will surely come back.

    - Bryon Agnes – France – June 2016

      It has been a good experience because we have studied the basic things that we forgot, teachers were very nice and with the activities at school we have discovered this amazing country.

    - Emie & Baptistine – France – March 2016

    Very short experience but it was very amazing, really enjoyed the course and i will return next year.

    - Beatriz A. – Spain – March 2016

    Everything was fine. I had two weeks class and I appreciated my stay in Malta. The staff at inlingua are very professional, friendly and helped me for everything. I hope to come back for attending another class.

    - Luisi P.- France – March 2016

      It was amazing. I had a great time and the classes are awesome!  

    - David – Spain – Mar 2016

    I am so happy to have this experience, to learn English with a super teacher and great classmates. I will remember inlingua Malta forever. Thanks to all the staff.

    - Lily Carla – France – Feb 2016

    The school offers a great service and a great welcome. The staff is pretty helpful and friendly.

    - Benito & Giovanna – Italy – December 2015

    We like the school because the teachers are competent, the class sizes are small and we were put into the right classes. The school also offers a lot of after school activities. All staffs are very friendly and support us to organize our trips. I would definitely come again and also recommend this school to our friends.

    - Datong Xu – China – October 2015

    The best teachers ever!!! It's my 7th time here with inlingua Malta.        

    - Kate Solomeina – Russia – June 2015

    Very good teachers and atmosphere in class.

    - Emilija Lauraitytė – Lithuania – May 2015

    Had a great experience at inlingua Malta due to its teaching method and lovely teachers i met.

    - Rita M. – Italy – May 2015

    I really liked the staff at school and the hospitality they had from the first day. Thank you inlingua Malta.

    - Katia M. – Italy – May 2015

    It was a very interesting and interactive course of English, because I got to speak with  a lot of different people and my level of the language has improved.

    - Nunzia – Italy – March 2015

    It was a great experience for me to be at this school. I learend much about grammar. In the afternoon I did communication in a class with less students. The great benefit was that the students came from several different countries. So I could improved my English very well!

    - Ute – Germany – March 2015

    Everybody are friendly and so kind!! My teacher is excellent , and her pronunciation is very British! Malta is so beautiful place, the buildings are awesome

    - Kishou – Japan – March 2015

    At Inlingua school I have improved my English thanks to my good teacher. I really love it this experience. All the staff is very kindly and friendly.

    - Giuseppe – Italy – March 2015

    The English course was really useful and I really enjoyed all the free activities that the school organized for all the student. The staff is very good and polite. I suggest this school to everyone who really needs to improve their English.

    - Luca – Italy – March 2015

    My English teacher is really nice. The course is very interesting and I'm improving my English day by day. The staff is very professional and friendly.

    - Allison – France – February 2015

    I am attending the general English course and I'm feeling very good here. The school and all the staff is amazing. My teacher May is a really good teacher and she is teaching me a lot.

    - Melanie – France – February 2015

    It has been great experience to improve my English, I like Malta a lot because there is the beautiful sea.

    - Athilie – France- February 2015

    I think that the school is really good. The teacher take time to explain better all the arguments. The school is amazing and all the staff is very professional and always ready to help you. I will suggest this school to everybody.

    - Claudia – France- February 2015

    I think this is one of the schools I have most attended. I love coming back over and over. They teach you grammar and in the same time they let you speak in order to improve your English both in working environments and in ordinary life. The staff is very kind and friendly. They are always ready to help you.

    - Stefano – Italy- February 2015

    I am feeling good in learning and improving my English, I needed a lot. Maybe I come next year again.

    - Marcin – Poland – February 2015

    I like Inlingua school and Malta is beautiful.

    - Adrianna – Poland – February 2015

    It has been a very interesting experience and a great opportunity for me to improve and practice my English. Thank you for everything

    - Liliana – Italy – January 2015

    This is the best experience of my life. It was amazing and interesting. The lessons and the teacher were very very good. I don't want to go away....

    - Cristina – Italy – January 2015

    I think this school is good, I really love it, I really enjoyed the lessons, I had a great time here. Great teachers. It was a fantastic experience. Thanks

    - Claudia – Italy – January 2015

    I had a great experience and met a lot of people of different nationalities. I enjoyed it and will definitely return this summer.

    - Serena – Italy – January 2015

    It was a beautiful experience. The lessons were fine and funny and they helped me improve my level of English.

    - Simona – Italy – January 2015

    I have been in Malta since November and my experience here is really good. inlingua help me to improve my English and thanks of this I met a lot of people of around the world. I'm very happy with the school and also with the teachers.

    - Laura – Spain – January 2015

    I've spent time at this amazing school. During the course I met many teachers and all of them are very qualified. Nice cheerful atmosphere, a lot of activities. I recommend.

    - Yuri – Russia – January 2015

    Was a unexpected surprise and a great discovery.. The inlingua vacation. I got more than I expected. The staff were extremely friendly and professional. Malta too was a lovely discovery and I do recommend it to anyone wanting a fantastic vacation.

    - Patrycja – Poland – January 2015

    It was a beautiful time at inlingua school and i will come back in the summer. I have improved my English here. Thank you.

    - Gerd – Germany – January 2015

    I think this school so good and I want to thank my teacher, June, and my private lesson teacher Donovan.

    - Evgeny – Russia

    My holiday in Malta was very nice and the inlingua staff were very friendly and helpful. I am extremely happy because I have improved my English a lot.

    - Cedric – France

      Really liked the inlingua method of teaching, was very interactive and teacher was exceptionally friendly.

    - Gianluca – Italy

    Enjoyed my English course, but not much time to visit Malta and its beautiful history and architecture.

    - Antoinette – Italy

    This is a really cool school and I recommend it for students who wish to learn English effectively and have fun at the same time. inlingua Malta has the best staff and will surely help you achieve your goals.

    - Ana – France

    I really loved it! My classmates were fantastic and the lessons gave me the opportunity to improve my English skills, especially thanks to the possibility to practice my spoken English during class.

    - Valeria – Russia

    I really enjoyed the lessons. The topics were chosen very well by our teacher and the atmosphere in the school and also in our class was great. Learning how to converse in English was made easier thanks to this.  I wish to also thank the amazing classmates and helpful staff at inlingua.

    - Andrei – Russia

    The learning method at inlingua Malta is superb and the teachers and all the staff are amazing. It was truly an unforgettable experience studying here.

    - Alberto – Spain

    I had a great time at inlingua Malta. Both teachers Maria and Simona were amazing ! :)

    - Marina – Russia

    Lovely staff and great atmosphere at school. The conversation club teacher Simone is amazing and knows a lot about History

    - Thomas – Czech Republic

    Great teachers and fantastic staff. I made a lot of new friends! I really like the activities aswell. They were lovely and I exciting :)

    - Barush – Czech Republic

    I made a lot of new fantastic friends in this school. The weather is fantastic and the teachers are great!

    - Gioele – Italy

    I was a bit afraid in the beginning because I thought it would take some time for me to get used to the school and the students. However the staff and teachers were very welcoming and the inlingua learning method has surely helped me improve my English faster!

    - Esther – Spain

    It was a fantastic learning experience. I really enjoyed myself because I could combine learning with fun thanks to the various activities the school has to offer

    - Batracio – Spain

    The best English learning school in Malta. You will surely leave with a smile and more knowedge of the English language from this school.

    - Carmen – Spain

    I love this school because it gave me a great opportunity to practice and improve my English. The staff was amazing and always with a positive attitude

    - Ana – Russia

    inlingua Malta is the best school of languages in Malta! Chris and Daniel are the best mentors :)))). It may not be the biggest, but I think its the best ! I arrived in Malta at the beginning of July. I forgot the exact date, but it really doesn't matter because the days go by really fast here. Especially with all the activities there are around Malta and Gozo !

    - Ivana – Russia

    inlingua Malta makes me go to the lessons with a smile even on a Monday morning. This school is great !

    - Evgenija – Russia

    Excellent school, great teachers and awesome staff :)

    - Gabi – Switzerland

    I had a good time. Fausto was a great teacher in the morning and Pat in the afternoon. Many thanks to the Inlingua team!

    - Philip – Switzerland

    It was very interesting and useful course for me. I learned a lot of important vocabulary and had opportunity to practise my speaking with very nice teachers!

    - Polina – Russia

    Friendly, knowledgeable, excellent explain study material.Next summer I am going to come to Malta to learn English. inlingua is the Best!!!

    - Tatiana – Russia

    It was really usefull to improve my English. There are small groups and high interaction between teacher and students

    - David – Spain

    Atmosphere in class = EXCELLENT!!!

    - Tibor – Slovakia

    Good that the class has been kept as small as possible. The amiability from the teachers and the employers is fantastic. Great Location.

    - Carmen – Switzerland

    I like my teacher very much, It's interesting to speak with her, she teaches excellent

    - Irina – Russia

    The teacher is very good and lesson interesting, I like that in the classroom we can talk with the teachers and other students

    - Gloria – Italy

    It was an excellent course of languages for my English. It's a perfect school for the study of the English Language, with good teachers and good personel in the school. It has a perfect location in the centre of Malta

    - Lorenzo – Italy

    I think I am lucky to have the best teacher of IELTS. Thank you!! I will be miss you!!

    - Rufina – Russia

    A very good teacher and I think I can speak for the whole class if I say she gives very good lessons with the perfect mix!! Also I learned a lot of things in her lessons. Thank you!!

    - Elisabeth – Germany

    Small classes, a very kind teacher who was always willing helping us with a lot of patience. Thank you!!!

    - Madeleine – Switzerland

    The language course are good and the teachers are very nice people. The most thing I like about inlingua Malta is the people in inlingua are friendly and nice

    - Ali – Libya

    I'm really enjoy studied English, with my teacher. Everything and everyone was excellent!!! Thank you very much

    - Volodymyr – Ukraine

    I like because I talk aout my experienceand emotion without problems and with another people that came from other places

    - Valentina – Italy

    My language course and my teacher were perfect, lessons are great!!!

    - Francesca – Italy

    This four weeks in Inlingua Malta are nice, I improve my English and know friendly people. Here the teachers are very nice and teaching very well, they worry for your education.

    - Laura – Spain

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  • 15 things to stop doing when learning English

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    Learning a new language can be a bit challenging, but you can make it easier for yourself by NOT creating more barriers that will hinder your progress.  These tips (in no particular order) should help to make your learning process a lot smoother, and make learning English fun!

    1) STOP translating!

    Translating should only be something you need to do in the very early stages of learning English.

    Once you have a basic grasp of vocabulary, you should stop thinking in your own language and trying to translate everything, as this slows your progress down, and limits your focus!

    When someone says something, concentrate on the words you DO know, and build your understanding from there.

    2) DON’T be afraid to make mistakes!

    Fear can become a huge barrier, which makes it difficult to progress. If you know the rules of grammar, but struggle to hold a conversation – that doesn’t mean you should avoid talking in English!

    STOP thinking about how people might react, and what they’ll say. Everyone makes mistakes, and then they learn from them – that is how you get better at it!

    3. STOP negative self-talk!

    Having a negative attitude doesn’t help improve your learning, it makes it worse. If you find you’re saying negative things to yourself like:

    “Why do I always get it wrong? I’m so stupid.”

    “I always make mistakes; I’ll never get better at this.”

    “I don’t know what to say, it’s so hard to speak in English.”

    This needs to change! Try to turn them into positive statements, you can rephrase them to show positivity. Instead of saying “I’ll never get better at this”, you should say “I’m going to keep trying, I’m sure I’ll get better at it soon.”

    Instead of saying “Sorry, I don’t speak English, I can’t understand you”, say “Sorry, I’m still learning how to speak English, so could you speak a bit slower please?”

    Positivity helps you to learn much quicker!

    4) Stop being nervous!

    Speak in English every time you have the opportunity. If you think about speaking, then you’ll just feel even more nervous. Just put yourself out there, and speak!

    The more you speak, the more confident and comfortable you will feel, and the quicker you will learn how to communicate in English properly!

    You may need to step out of your comfort zone a little bit, but the more you speak in English, the more you will begin to feel relaxed.

    5) Stop taking it personally when people don’t understand you!

    At some point, you will meet someone who, no matter how hard you try, just can’t understand you. This happens all the time.

    Due to the large number of English speakers in the world, there is a wide range of accents, some of which, can be hard to understand!

    Eliminating your mother tongue from your accent completely, is extremely difficult, so don’t be too hard on yourself!

    6) Stop apologising!

    No one knows everything – so don’t apologise for not speaking English perfectly! You’re still learning, everything takes time.

    The more you speak and practice your newfound skills, the more you will improve. Even native English speakers didn’t learn how to speak in a few months!

    The main thing is that you are trying, most people will understand and appreciate that. So just relax, and start talking!

    7) Don’t just learn in class!

    Learning in a classroom environment is great because you get to ask questions, pick your teacher’s brain, and share ideas with classmates, but you also need to implement the English language into your daily life, and communicate with people in English at every opportunity you get.

    If you don’t practice speaking English outside the classroom, then your ability to progress will remain very limited. This is one of the most important things you need to remember.

    It is the best way to learn, and will definitely influence how quickly you improve!

    8) Don’t give up!

    At first, it always seems hard when you’re learning something new, but if you keep at it – it will become easier!

    You have to keep practising if you want to get better, otherwise it’ll get harder to improve.

    Professional athletes have to do the same, they train hard all the time, because if they didn’t – their skills would just get worse!

    9) Stop worrying!

    Don’t waste a chance to speak English because you’re worried about whether they will understand you or not. Be confident, and have an ‘I can do it’ attitude.

    Don’t be shy! Least of all, don’t worry about learning, because it’s supposed to be fun. The more fun you have, the easier you will learn!

    10) Stop comparing yourself to other English speakers!

    No matter what level of English you are on, you worked hard to get there. Be proud of what you have achieved.

    Everybody is different, some people learn languages more easily than others, and some people spend more time working to improve their English. Just because your friend is learning faster than you, doesn’t mean you’re not on the right path!

    11) Stop using outdated, ineffiecient methods! (Please)

    Grammar-translation methods, and memorisation of rules have been standard practice for a very long time, but they’re probably not the most effective ways to learn.

    Some students study English for many years, and know all the rules of grammar and sentence structures, but still struggle to communicate properly and hold a conversation in English.

    It is important to have a significant amount of time focusing on conversational, functional language use, and learn in context through interaction with other people!

    12) Don’t work too hard on one skill and neglect the others!

    If you just want to be able to speak to people, then you might place less emphasis on reading and writing, but you shouldn’t neglect them too much, as they are also crucial for fluency.

    You should concentrate on improving your speaking skills, but also dedicate a suitable amount of time practising your reading, writing and listening skills. You shouldn’t underestimate the benefits all these skills have on each other!

    13) Stop spending too much time studying!

    If you sit in front of a book or screen for hours, going over the same rules and flashcards again and again, it won’t make you learn any faster!

    You should have short study periods of up to 30 minutes, then spend a generous amount of your available time putting the language skills you’ve learnt, into practice.

    It’s okay to study for up to 30 minutes, take a break, then go back to studying if you really need to, but studying for a long period of time, without taking a break, is quite exhausting for your brain!

    14) Stop thinking of learning as a chore!

    Learners sometimes associate study with something that is unpleasant, which turns it into ‘boring homework’, and ‘boring exercises’.

    Even if they realise that learning is important, they may not be self-motivated enough to do it all the time! It needs to be something you want to do, not have to do. Make it interesting so you have fun when you’re learning.

    – If you’re walking down the street, build simple English sentences in your head about the things you see around you

    – Learn a new word each day and try to use it in conversation

    – Watch a funny video on the internet and tell someone what it’s about

    – Read an article about your favourite band (or something else that interests you)

    Soon you will stop thinking of boring classes, difficult grammar rules or lengthy homework – instead you’ll be thinking about a funny English TV show, your favourite band, or interesting conversations with different people – in English!

    Only one kind of person would do these sort of things – the kind of person who enjoys them! If you want to learn how  to speak English well, you have to be that person. Have you ever heard of anyone who became successful by doing something they hated?

    15) Don’t disregard the culture!

    Language is made up of so many intricate expressions of culture, that it is impossible for books and courses to cover them adequately.

    For example, the way an average, ordinary person interacts with other people in his or her community. All cultures and small communities have different gestures, intonation, slang terms, proximity, interjections, fillers, and short cuts!

    If you are focusing on learning the tongue of a certain community then it would be best to integrate with them, and learn from them!

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