Learn English in one of our 4-week courses which are for learners of all levels. Speaking English with another person is the fastest and most effective way of learning English. Our classes are small and interactive with 1 to 5 students in order to give our students the needed time to speak English.
Meet Our Teachers
Learn English – All Levels
At English Los Angeles we make it a priority to find class times which are convenient for our students. Each of our courses includes 20 hours of class time which meet for either;
- 1-hour per day, 5 days per week, for 4 weeks (OR)
- 2 1/2 hours per day, 2 days per week, for 4 weeks
We currently offer the following courses:
- Beginner English
- Intermediate English
- Advanced English
- Business English
- US Citizenship Test
- TOEFL Preparation
Learn English – Our Teachers & Focus
Our teachers are English are college educated and certified instructors. Our teachers focus on our students:
- Spoken English
- Listening Skills
- Written English
- Reading Skills
- English Phrases
- Sentence Structure
- Verb Conjugation
Meet Our Teachers
Learn English – Small Interactive Classes
Our classes are small and interactive with 1 to 5 students in order to give our students their needed time to speak English. Our teachers reward our students early and often with their newly acquired skills which makes our students’ learning experience more enjoyable. And because it’s enjoyable, our students’ learning process is accelerated.
English Los Angeles Locations
To enroll in one of our English courses:
- Contact us at (213)880-7612 or use our email contact form.
- New classes usually start every 1 to 3 weeks.
- In order to maximize the interactive learning experience for each student, we do not enroll more than 5 students per class.
- Payment is due 1-week before class starts in the form of check or money order and can be mailed to: 4949 Tyrone Ave Apt 1C, Sherman Oaks, CA 91423.
Los Angeles Languages
More Than Half of Los Angeles Speaks a Language Other Than English at Home
Curbed Los Angeles, November 4, 2015
“Any trip to a public place is a reminder that Los Angeles is a linguistically diverse town, but new data from the US Census reveals just how diverse: in the LA metro area, at least 185 languages are spoken at home, according to the Census’s just-released language data from the American Community Survey 2009-2013. That’s narrowly second only to New York, which has at least 192 (but a far larger population). Non-English languages are so common, actually, that 54 percent of people in the LA metro area who are over five years old don’t speak English at home. (That doesn’t necessarily mean that they don’t also speak English.) That’s compared to only 38 percent in New York.
Spanish speakers were the definite majority among people who speak something other than English when at home, but other common at-home languages include Chinese, Tagalog, Korean, and Armenian. Welsh, Yiddish, Navajo, and Icelandic were far less commonly spoken at home, but were also represented. The Census also calls out Indonesian as one of the least common languages, with 12,750 speakers, although that’s not the tiniest by far. There are 35 Kazakh speakers in LA, 120 Catalonian speakers, and 20 people who speak Apache (the full table is below).”