Students at an English school in Boston will be in a historic city located in the Northeastern part of the United States in the state of Massachusetts. It's a "big little city" so to speak, and so it is a great place for people who want a city environment but are worried about getting...
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Students at an English school in Boston will be in a historic city located in the Northeastern part of the United States in the state of Massachusetts. It's a "big little city" so to speak, and so it is a great place for people who want a city environment but are worried about getting "lost in a big city". Boston is home to many major portions of American history -- Boston played a key role during the American Revolution including Paul Revere's famous "midnight ride" , the Battle of Bunker Hill and the Boston Tea Party. In fact, there is so much history in Boston that the city has a self-guided tour called the "Freedom Trail" that visitors can walk through to see everything from the Boston Common (the oldest public park in America), to Paul Revere's house, to the USS Constitution! But Boston isn't just some "old city" either -- it has a highly concentrated population of young people since there are many colleges and universities in the city. Studying English courses in Boston is a great idea for anyone looking for a lovable city with an interesting past and plenty of new things happening every day.
5 individual lessons per week
Beginner to Advanced levels
Course length: any duration
1 lesson: 50 minutes
Hours per week: 4 hours 10 minutes
Courses begin: every Monday
Age 16 +
Individual tuition is the fastest way to learn a language.
Are you interested in an English course that offers you some time for sightseeing in addition to comprehensive classroom work? A General English course offers the balance to enjoy your destination and finish your course with a higher level of English.