NATIVE ENGLISH
is a small and friendly language school.

We teach our learners 
the kind of English

as it is spoken by native speakers.

Native English is a school which puts great effort into treating learners as individuals. The school was set up in 2002 as the only school in Poznań employing teachers with an international teaching qualification, primarily experienced native speakers, making Native English  unique among Poznań’s language schools.

The ethos of the school is to teach our learners the kind of English as it is spoken by native speakers by giving them the opportunity to use English in real-life contact with native speakers.

Native English teachers try to prepare lessons that are methodogically-principled, interesting  and fun.

Qualified and experienced native speakers teach all levels from Elementary (A1) up to Proficiency (C2). We also specialise in preparing candidates for Cambridge English examinations and every year we help our students achieve good marks.

Many of our teachers also work as speaking examiners
for Cambridge English (KET, PET, FCE, CAE, CPE, BEC, YLE).

Not only do students at Native English have contact with natural English during their lessons, they also have opportunities to their English outside class, at social evenings and through our blog.

Blog

Words you’re probably getting wrong

Here’s something from today’s ‘Guardian’. It might be of interest to higher-level students who will be distraught at finishing their classes this week. It looks at words which are misused.

Compose/Comprise
Compose means “to form” or “constitute”. Comprise means “to contain, include, be made up of”. The whole comprises the parts. The US comprises 50 states; 50 states do not comprise the US. After the 2014 referendum on independence for Scotland, the UK still comprised England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales.

Fascinating stuff for some of us / some of you, I’m sure….

https://www.theguardian.com/science/2017/jun/05/the-35-words-youre-probably-getting-wrong

June 5th 2017