NW-narrowLeicester Language Academy (LLA) is an established private college, teaching English as a Foreign Language (EFL), located in a beautiful Georgian building on the historic New Walk of Leicester, only 65 minutes by train from central London.

The School of English has many years of experience. We run a variety of high quality English language courses and personalised programmes of English Language tuition, such as English as a Foreign Language (EFL), IELTS preparation courses and English for Academic purposes (EAP).

Our courses are designed to flexibly meet the individual needs of our students. Courses may be as short as two weeks; others, including English Language, can be as long as eleven months.

Student Support & Tutorials

With the continued success of the our English language school, we are pleased to introduce the Leicester Science Academy and New Walk Student Support Services. We have created these departments in response to demand for these very different services.

Over the past three years, we have responded to requests of all kinds from students from GCSE to degree level (and beyond), and now we now see the benefit of running these activities separately, with dedicated staff and specialists in the Sciences, ready to assist with a wide range of academic and pastoral situations. Some students just need help catching up with material missed through illness, while others find a particular module is causing problems, but we can help with almost anything that might be causing problems.

The Leicester Science Academy can offer rigourous, realistic training in the sciences from GCSE up to degree level, and proofreading up Master’s level.

The New Walk Student Support Centre is a drop-in centre that can help with everything else. We were students ourselves, once, and we haven’t forgotten what it’s like.
Come and talk to us if you think it might be useful. You never know – it might make all the difference.




Server Problems

LLA must apologise that over the weekend of the 20th, 21st and 22nd of April 2018 our ISP server crashed and we were unable to access our emails and the website was also not working. Happily everything is now back and working.

If you sent us an email over the weekend we haven’t received it and you may well have received a ‘message undelivered’ message. Please send it again if you can.

Our other problem is that ALL our emails appear to have been deleted both send and receive for all our accounts covering the last four years! At this stage we don’t know if they will be able to be restored. This is a significant challenge for us. As such we ask customers to be patient with our responding to enquiries and if they have a record of any email correspondence between us we would very much appreciate copies to be forwarded to our accounts.
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Spring is in the air so why not do something amazing and take advantage of our special #EasterBunny offer. Book any consecutive twelve-week course between the 2nd April - 8th April but pay only for ten; Course starts on the 9th April 2018. Call #Leicester 01162543580 or email info@lelangac.uk for more info, terms and conditions apply 🐰🐰🐰 leicesterlanguageacademy.co.uk/easter-special/ ... See MoreSee Less

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Leicester Language Academy will be closed during the #Easter period from the 30th of March - 2nd of April 2018; the office will re-open on the 3rd of April 2018 and the new Summer Term 1 starts on the 9th of April 2018. HAPPY EASTER EVERYONE 🐰 Watch out for the #EasterBunny offer at MIDNIGHT TONIGHT 🐰 ... See MoreSee Less

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#StudyTips #IELTS #ESOL #EFL #Grammar #LearnEnglish #英語 #영어 #Inglés #Anglais #Inglese #Angielski In #English grammar, a degree modifier is a word (such as very, rather, fairly, quite, somewhat, pretty, sort of, and kind of) that can precede adjectives and adverbs to indicate the degree or extent to which they apply. Also known as a degree adverb(ial) and a degree word.
Fairly, rather, quite and pretty are all degree modifiers. They are used to express the degree to which a certain quality is present. Fairly is an adverb of degree. It generally modifies adjectives and adverbs; Quite suggests a higher degree than fairly; Rather is stronger than quite. It suggests ideas such as more than is usual; Pretty is similar to rather.
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