Tuesday, 24 February 2009

inlingua Edinburgh now offers a brand new proofreading service!

inlingua Edinburgh is aware of the need people have when submitting essays, dissertations, thesis and all other types of documents. If you need professional help to make your text read and flow to perfection, what you need is a proofreader. A proofreader is someone who will check all the spelling, punctuation and tenses, as well as make all the necessary changes to get better readability, cohesion and logic.
We offer 3 types of proofreading services: light proofreading, editing and you can even book an one-to-one appointment with a writing consultant so you can ask him or her all your questions personally.

Wednesday, 18 February 2009

Language courses in Edinburgh at Inlingua...

Learn English in Edinburgh and other languages at Inglingua Edinburgh. We offer languages courses in Edinburgh so you can learn English, Spanish, Italian, French, German and many other languages at the our language college. Inlingua is a great place to learn a language in Scotland.

If you would like more information about our languages courses in Edinburgh you can contact us on 0131 220 5119 or send us an email at info@inlingua-edinburgh.co.uk.

Our language teachers have over 35 years experience. Inlingua was established in 1968 and the Edinburgh centre opened in summer 2005. Its multinational and multilingual staff (with more than 35 years of experience between them) will ensure that you have a successful and memorable time while learning a new language or improving existing skills.

We offer small group language lessons and we even offer a free language assessment service to check your ability.
Inlingua language centre Edinburgh is situated in the heart of the commercial city centre, also known as the New Town. Easy access by public transport or car makes it an ideal location.

Edinburgh’s train station Waverley is only 5 mins walk away and so is the bus station. All major tourist attractions are within easy walking distance and the famous Edinburgh Castle, which towers over the city, can even be seen from some of our classrooms! There is an excellent choice of first class restaurants, cafes, bars, pubs and shops to keep you during your time with Inlingua.

For those of you who are planning to learn English in the UK, Edinburgh is the perfect location to do so. The city has an idyllic location between hills and the sea and you can walk everywhere in the city centre.

Edinburgh has a great international atmosphere all year round with its many cultural activities make it a great choice for city breaks and the perfect place to learn English. Edinburgh was recently awarded the world’s first city of literature due to well-known authors such as J K Rowling, Ian Rankin and Robert Louis Stevenson to name but a few. The famous international festivals in the summer and the world’s biggest New Year Celebration “Hogmanay’’ attract visitors from all over the world – as do the scenic and unique Highlands which are only a 2 hours’ drive away.

Inlingua Edinburgh is the perfect place to learn English, French, Spanish, German – the list is endless. Get in touch with our staff at our Edinbugh language college and we would be happy to help.

You can reach us on 0131 220 5119 or send us an email at info@inlingua-edinburgh.co.uk

Wednesday, 11 February 2009

Inlingua Edinburgh has a brand new website!

Inlingua Edinburgh has a brand new website! We have upgraded our website for all our students learning English in Edinburgh and for people that would like to try their hands at any of the other languages that we offer. We have been busier than ever, if you would like to book a place on a course with us then please do get in touch and we would be happy to help you our number is 0131 220 5119. Some of our courses offer a great way to have an educational vacation in Edinburgh as they include accommodation with host families, their could be no better way to learn from a native speaker than living with a family of them, just be careful not to catch the Scottish accent! If you would like more information about our courses then please visit our website www.learnenglishinedinburgh.com !

Inlingua language school Edinburgh and...cultural centre!

Inlingua Edinburgh is a language school based in the heart of Edinburgh. We are unlike any other English School in the capital as we offer a programme of cultural programmes as well as courses in over ten different languages. Most recently we have started an English for actors course 'Play on Words' . On a Wednesday night our 'red room' is home to a range of multilingual thespians, but if you don't want to be an actor then don't worry, the course is a great chance to improve your vocabulary, to express your feelings in English, to improve your grammar, to increase self confidence and to have fun!

Edinburgh City Guide Top 5 things to do!

  1. Visit the castle. It does seem obvious but it is worth the climb for the spectacular views alone. Once inside the castle you get a feel for the not so clean cut history of Scotland's capital. As well as all the facts there are ghost stories galore as well as legendary secret passageways and torture chambers!

  2. Shop until you drop in the Grassmarket. The trendy unique shops of the Grassmarket offer a welcome alternative to the droves of chain stores that populate Princes street. Top tips include hip hangout Totty Rocks, chic knitting supplier K1 and the iconic magazine/t-shirt shop Analogue. After all this shopping what better place to knock back a few 'wee drabs' than the appropriately named Last Drop, situated on the site of the most popular execution gallows in the city.

  3. Meet some real life ghosts. Edinburgh is actually famous for it's paranormal activity. If you dare you can take a tour from a number of locations along the Royal Mile that will take you deep into the hidden underground city – don't say we didn't warn you!

  4. Cutting edge art. Edinburgh boasts the largest art college in Scotland and is part of the reason for the city's cultural reputation. Sean Connery even enjoyed a stint as a life model once upon a time. The capital has some of the best and most exciting art galleries in Europe, anything from dramatic renaissance works at the National Gallery on The Mound to the edgy realms of Scotland's emerging talent at The Collective on Cockburn Street. Definetly recommended is The Fruitmarket Gallery on Market Street, directly next to Waverley train station, it's lively curating, fantastic bookshop and stylish cafe offer the perfect spot to while away the afternoon.

  5. A taste of the great outdoors. One of the most striking things about the Scottish capital are the two dormant volcanoes that dominate the skyline. Walking up the affectionately named Arthur's seat you feel as though you have entered a surreal ultra-natural wilderness in the heart of a capital city, you can even find a secluded loch, where cheeky locals skinny dip after a night out, within view of the Queen's city residence Holyrood Palace

Wednesday, 4 February 2009

Our New English Theatre Course - learn to speak English through acting!

Our new English Theatre course starts tonight. It's a great opportunity to learn to speak English with all the confidence you need to take to the stage. The objectives are to improve pronunciation and diction, to increase vocabulary, to express feelings in English, to improve grammar and if that's not enough to give you greater self confidence. It's sure to be plenty of fun!
Tonight there will be a free introductory course from 7.15pm until 9.15pm.
For more information give us a call on 0131 220 5119.
If you would like more information about any of our language courses then please do give us a call on 0131 220 5119, as well as teaching English in Edinburgh we also teach Arabic, Bulgarian, Croatian, Dutch, English, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Slovenian, Mandarin, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish & Turkish.
Hopefully we will see you tonight!