"Extra pronunciation practice helps me to under-
stand how English is spoken. My listening skills
have improved as well as my speaking skills."
Olivier (France) - pronunciation Booster.
Javier (Argentina) General English +
vocabulary Booster + pronunciation Booster.
"I give presentations at seminars for work so I
take regular vocabulary pronunciation Booster
classes to help me with my spoken English."
Yaseer (Saudi Arabia) IELTS, writing
Booster & General English
Yaseer needed extra writing practise to
improve his IELTS writing and timing.
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Booster lessons are additional classes that can be taken anytime and provide tailored support for learners preparing for specific exams or aiming to improve their English skills in daily life.

This targeted approach helps students focus on their unique needs and achieve their language goals more efficiently. It’s an excellent resource for anyone looking to excel in English exams or simply become a more proficient in all areas of English.

Language Boost

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For both exams and everyday English, strong grammar skills are essential. Booster lessons in grammar refine your writing and speaking, boosting your performance in written exams and communication in general.

Booster lessons in pronunciation ensure you are easily understood by examiners. Understanding how native speakers pronounce word stress and blend words within sentences is as important for listening. In fact, pronunciation for listening is as important as pronunciation for speaking. In General English, knowing that you can be understood by having good, clear pronunciation helps you to feel more comfortable in various social and professional situations. In exams like IELTS and Cambridge, clear pronunciation is crucial for higher scores.

My Grammar Lab covers all CEFR criteria and has additional online grammar practice for Cambridge exams.

One World Learning offer Grammar Booster  classes to bridge the gaps in your grammar knowledge with focused lessons and reviews.

Learners can fall behind on grammar for various reasons. Sometimes it’s due to differences in exposure to English at home, varying levels of interest, or even the teaching methods used. It could also be a mix of factors like individual learning pace, prior knowledge, and the complexity of grammar rules. The good news is, with a bit of targeted support and engaging lessons, we can bridge those gaps!

English Pronunciation in Use gives a clear practical explanation of pronunciation for all levels for both speaking and listening purposes.

Pronunciation challenges are quite common. Several factors can contribute to learners falling behind in this area. Exposure plays a big role – if you’re not surrounded by native speakers or authentic language situations, it can be trickier to pick up the nuances of pronunciation. Also, the influence of your first language can sometimes lead to specific pronunciation issues. Fear of making mistakes can be a big hurdle. Some students might feel a bit shy or self-conscious about trying out new sounds.

One World Learning offer pronunciation classes focused on your particular needs. And, surprisingly, pronunciation classes not only help you sound clearer, pronunciation classes also benefit your listening skills too!

Booster lessons in listening can profoundly enhance your English skills in several ways. Firstly, it hones your ability to comprehend various accents and speaking speeds, making interactions with native speakers or diverse English speakers much smoother. Additionally, repeated exposure to authentic spoken English improves your vocabulary, as you pick up new words and phrases in context. Furthermore, listening practice sharpens your understanding of grammar and sentence structure, as you become more attuned to how language is naturally used in conversation. Over time, this leads to increased fluency and confidence in both speaking and comprehension, ultimately bolstering your overall proficiency in the English language.

English language learners often encounter several challenges when listening to English. These difficulties can vary depending on factors such as proficiency level, native language background, and exposure to different accents and dialects.

Understanding diverse accents and regional variations in pronunciation can pose difficulties for learners, especially if they are accustomed to only one accent or dialect.

Native speakers often speak quickly, which can make it challenging for learners to process and comprehend spoken English, particularly in fast-paced conversations or audio recordings.

Unfamiliar words and expressions can hinder comprehension, especially if learners have limited vocabulary or encounter specialized terminology.
Idioms and Colloquialisms: Figurative language, idiomatic expressions, and colloquialisms may not have direct translations in learners’ native languages, leading to confusion and misunderstanding.

By addressing these challenges through targeted listening practice, exposure to diverse materials, and active engagement with the language, English language learners can gradually improve their listening skills and become more proficient in understanding spoken English.

Booster lessons in speaking can be a game-changer for exams like the IELTS and Cambridge speaking tests. Improved fluency, accuracy, and confidence can significantly enhance your performance. In General English, it helps in day-to-day interactions, making you a more effective communicator.


Topical news stories at three levels stimulate discussion as well as boosting vocabulary and reading skills.

There are a few reasons why some learners might find themselves a bit behind with speaking. First off, it could be a lack of confidence or you might feel a bit shy or nervous about speaking, especially if you’re still at a lower level.

Then there’s the issue of practice. If you’re not getting enough opportunities to speak in and out of the classroom, progress can be a bit slow. And, of course, the fear of making mistakes might hold you back.

One World Learning uses various material to stimulate discussion at all levels.

Booster lessons in reading enhance your speed and comprehension: critical for Cambridge and IELTS exams. It also broadens your general knowledge, making you more confident in discussions and writing skills.

Reading helps enormously with vocabulary expansion. Exposure to a variety of words in different contexts enhances your language arsenal. Plus, it’s a great way to pick up on the nuances of grammar and sentence structure. It’s like learning by immersion. In a nutshell, regular reading is essential for the language learner.


Stories at ranging language levels is one source of reading material.

First and foremost, reading helps with vocabulary expansion. Exposure to a variety of words in different contexts enhances your language arsenal. Plus, it’s a great way to pick up on the nuances of grammar and sentence structure. It’s learning by immersion.

Then there’s the magical realm of comprehension. Reading helps students not only understand the meaning of words but also grasp the overall meaning of a piece of text. It’s like decoding a secret language.

And let’s not forget about cultural insights! Reading exposes learners to different cultures, perspectives, and ways of expression, making language learning a richer experience. Also, a mixed diet of text is essential to broaden your vocabulary – particularly for those exams.

The complexity of the material matters. If the reading materials are too challenging for your current level, it could lead to a bit of a struggle. Text that is challenging but not overwhelming can make a real difference.

One World Learning use a variety of reading material; from news articles, online articles as well as ‘readers’ – books especially for language learners.

Writing Boost

Booster lessons in writing ensure you can construct essays or reports effectively. In General English, it makes you proficient in various forms of written communication. In the IELTS and Cambridge exams, writing tasks require structure and coherence.


Writing is an ‘active’ task which means you are reinforcing the English that you have previously learnt and you are therefore ‘cementing’ the language you have acquired. However, writing, along with pronunciation, is probably the most overlooked.

When taking an exam, the writing section is where most students fail and is definitely a bit of a challenge for some learners. And there are a few reasons for that.

Firstly, it might be a confidence issue. Some students might hesitate to express themselves in writing, fearing they’ll make mistakes. It’s like that old saying, “You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.” Also, writing is no longer an everyday means of communication; texts of about 25 words (not including emojis and OMGs!) is the extent of the writing we do nowadays!

Then there’s the matter of vocabulary and grammar. If you’re still building up your language skills, crafting well-structured sentences can feel a bit like navigating a linguistic maze.

And of course, practice makes perfect. If you’re not getting enough opportunities to write, it can slow down your progress.

Booster Writing classes include a variety of material for you to practise with. Depending on the writing aims, you can upgrade your skills with academic writing Booster classes or more general writing for work or overall improvement.

Expanding your vocabulary is beneficial across the board. For exams, it helps with reading and writing tasks. In General English, it enriches your ability to express ideas, making conversations and writing more engaging and accurate.


Vocabulary is like the building blocks of language, and its importance for language learners is immense! Use a variety of reading material to broaden your vocabulary. OWL uses the Cambridge Vocabulary in Use series as well as level-adjusted news articles, and a range of online articles to help learners of all levels.

Several factors could contribute to some students falling behind in the vocabulary department.

Firstly, exposure matters. If you’re not surrounded by English in your daily lives, picking up new words can be a bit of a challenge. Lack of reading, engaging media, or even conversation in English might contribute.

And, of course, practice is key. If vocabulary isn’t reinforced regularly through activities and exercises, it can slip from memory.


What materials do I need?

  • A personal computer or laptop with up-to-date hardware and software is necessary.

  • Classes contain video and audio playback so a stable and high-speed internet connection is recommended for attending online classes.

  • A webcam and microphone are essential for participating in virtual classes and discussions. Most computers come equipped with built in webcams and mics.

  • Headphones or earphones can help reduce background noise and provide a better audio experience during online classes.

  • Set up a dedicated and quiet study space where you can focus on your online classes without distractions.

  • Have digital or physical note-taking tools ready. This could be a notebook, digital note-taking app, or any other method you find effective.

By ensuring that you have these essentials, you’ll be well-prepared for a positive and productive online learning experience.