If you want to learn with a partner or friend. Another flexible option. Ideal for those who want a slightly less intense language-learning experience.
Each learning method has its advantages – and its weak points relative to the other methods. We've drawn up a brief list to highlight what's good about this method of learning and what's not so good about it.
What's great about two-to-one tutorials
- Speed – You can learn quickly because the lessons will go pretty much at your own speed (the speed that best suits you and your co-student).
- Individual attention – You can still get nearly as much individual attention as you would when learning on a one-to-one basis.
- Interactivity – You get to interact and participate in roleplays and other activities. This makes learning more fun and can help you make quicker progress.
What's not so great about two-to-one tutorials
- Slightly less flexible – We can't offer quite the total flexibility for you, individually, as we could if you opted for one-to-one tuition.
- You need to find a partner – The tutorial method works really well for people who want to work in twos and want to learn the same language at about the same level at the same time. But if you don't tick all these boxes, the option is not available to you. If you don't want one-to-one lessons and you don't happen to have a partner to learn with, why not consider joining a small group…