3 safe ways to learn a language
1) Live and Learn a language in your private teacher’s home abroad
Unlike in a school where you are mixed with other students, at HLI you are the ONLY student. You live in your own private teacher’s home and do not need to interact with anybody else other than your host family.
Some of our host teachers are also happy to host and teach during a quarantine. This does not necessarily mean you will be locked indoors as many countries allow outings to go shopping or for exercise. You will be able to enjoy indoor activities with your host family such as cooking or board games which are safe and efficient ways to put in practice what you have learned during your lessons.
We have also put in place health & safety guidelines for both students and teachers to ensure everyone stays safe at all times.
2) Live and Learn English in your teacher’s home in your OWN country
We can offer learning English in France, Spain and Italy but also in other countries on request.
No need to travel if you prefer not to! You can experience a full immersion course with a native English family in your own country.
3) Learn a language with our online Liveclass platform
Our teachers do not teach via Skype or Zoom but are trained to use a specialised online platform dedicated to one-to-one language lessons. With our Live Class platform, documents can be shared, exercises corrected on a white board just like in school and information can be exchanged live with your native language teacher.
Learning from a distance made possible in a virtual classroom as if the teacher was with you!
Whether you are learning a language for your profession, for business, for your studies or for pleasure, this course is customised to your individual needs.
You will learn from the comfort of your home or workplace on the days and times that suit you for as long as you wish.
3 safe ways to learn a language during COVID-19. From safe courses abroad to online learning.
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