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  :: Learn English in North London, England

You will find out when speaking to Londoners that London is often split up into 'north or south of the river'. Those living in North London think of themselves as the real Londoners who experience London-life at a much more concentrated rate. You will find well known areas like Angel and Camden are the places to be every night of the week with there streets full of stylish bars, decent pubs and fantastic clubs. You're never far from parks either and Hampstead Heath is a great place to spend a sunny day recovering from the night before!


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  :: Out and About
Districts: Includes Hampstead, Highgate, Camden Town, Kentish Town and Islington
Famous Sights: Arsenal Football Club, Highgate Cemetery
Famous Parks: Victoria Park
Shopping: Camden Market, Hampstead Village
Best Nightlife: Camden
Nearest International Airport: Luton and Stansted
Negatives: Quite far from Central London
Positives: Quiet, good access to North of England, fashionable areas to live like Hampstead Village
  :: Further Information - English in London

When you get back from London

After your English course it’s usually your vocabulary that you begin to lose first, so make sure you write down all the English words and phrases you’ve found interesting. Usually the grammar you learn is absorbed into your brain, simply by having practised English phrases again and again.

Try and keep alive the things that really interested you about your English learning experience. Before you go, try to find copies of magazines on your hobbies or favourite subjects, or find website discussion groups to sign up to. You might be able to become a member of an English speaking club, which will send you newsletters and updates throughout the year, or even sign up for a shop’s catalogue service, just to make sure you keep up to date.

When you get home try to see films in English, read newspapers and magazines from time to time and maybe put a notice on your local University language department notice board to arrange to “swap” lessons with an English-speaking student.

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