Twin English Centres Blog

Check out our blog for fun articles, student reviews, informative pieces and more!


Our top picks - things to do in the sun

Jul 19, 2016

When the sun is shining, the UK is truly a remarkable place. There are so many things that you can do that are far more exciting when the weather is good. Check out some of our top picks!


Eastbourne - the UK's sunniest place to study

Jul 14, 2016

Eastbourne is becoming more and more popular for international students. Here at Twin, we also think that it is a great place to come and study. Read our latest blog post to find out why. 


Things to do in London this summer

Jul 06, 2016

When you choose to study at our school on London, you will never be short of exciting things to see and do. Here is a run down of our top 5 things to see and do this summer in London.


EU 'Brexit' - a special message

Jun 24, 2016

Are you an EU citizen and you are thinking of studying in the UK? Then you're probably wondering what the EU referendum means for you. Don't worry, you have come to the right place.


British vs American English spellings

Jun 22, 2016

At Twin, we compared the spelling of many words in British and American English. Check out our findings and an analysis of some of the differences in spelling rules against those of our friends across the pond. 


‘Hiya’ - one mystery word out of a hundred which I needed to discover

May 25, 2016

Our English Plus+ Work Experience student, Verena, talks about her time at Twin. She studied General English at our school in London for one week before carrying out her internship with our marketing and work experience teams. 


Common English Phrases in London

May 17, 2016

The English language can be hard enough to learn without all the day-to-day idioms and slang used in the UK... This blog will explain some of the most common, and hopefully make your stay in the UK that little bit easier.


Why do we wear the poppy?

At this time of year you'll often see people wearing poppies on their jackets. Find out what this means to the people of Britain.