Tutorcom has over 440 English teachers currently registered on our trainer database throughout the UK. Our English teachers are all native speakers.
Find out more about the English language in the highlighted area below.
We offer English lessons for complete beginners, intermediate English for those wanting to polish up their English and advanced English lessons for those seeking a greater degree of fluency. We can prepare you to attend an event with basic phrases or teach you enough English to take a board presentation.
Learn English and discover the culture of the countries where it is spoken with one of our native English teachers
Ways to Learn English with Tutorcom:
Flexible Regular English Lessons for individuals
Flexible Regular English Lessons for small groups (2-5 students)
English for children
Intensive Courses (One day, 15 or 30-hour Intensives)
Lessons take place at your home or office (or other venue chosen by you) and can take place any time between 8am and 9pm (Monday to Fridays) or at weekends (flexible times). Our recommendation is for 1.5-hour lessons but lessons can be 1 hour or longer.
One-to-One Tuition: £40 plus vat per hour
Small Group Tuition: £50 plus vat per hour
To find out how to arrange your language lessons, please fill in our online form.
“I am really enjoying the lessons with Valentina. She is an excellent teacher, very professional and supportive.
Not less important, as a person she is very nice and friendly, and it is both interesting and useful just to chat with her.
I think my English is improving and now I started to understand people much better.”
R.S. - Middlesex
A Few Facts…English
Spoken by 341 million people as a native language and by a further 267 million as a second language.
English is spoken in over 104 countries including the UK, Ireland, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, American Samoa, Andorra, Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Aruba, Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Bermuda, Botswana, British Indian Ocean Territory, British Virgin Islands, Brunei, Cameroon, Canada, Cayman Islands, Cook Islands and Denmark.
English evolved from the Germanic languages brought to Britain by the Angles, Saxons, Jutes and other Germanic tribes, which are known collectively as Anglo-Saxon and was drastically influenced by the Norman invasions.
English is used as an official language in Commonwealth countries and many international organizations.
A significant number of English words have been constructed based on roots from Latin and ancient Greek.
English easily accepts technical terms into common usage and often imports new words and phrases (cookie, genre, internet, etc.).
The differences between English spoken in the UK and other countries is mainly vocabulary-based: “trousers” in the UK become “pants” in the US and a “purse” represents a handbag in the US.