English Los Angeles offers affordable ESL and TOEFL courses at multiple locations in the Los Angeles area.
At each of our locations our courses;
- have a college educated and certified instructor.
- use the same textbook and lesson plans.
- use the same teaching methodology.
Location Meeting Areas
As we form new classes, we determine which location will be the most convenient for each of our students. Currently our classes are located at:
- Library meeting rooms
- Coffee shops
English Los Angeles ESL and TOEFL Courses
- Beginner English
- Intermediate English
- Advanced English
- Business English
- US Citizenship Test
- TOEFL Preparation
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.
LA Traffic Jam Article
Below is an article from our Blog section which illustrates why we offer multiple locations throughout greater Los Angeles for our students.
As we all know from living in Southern California, LA traffic jams can make driving very slow. We offer multiple locations throughout greater Los Angeles for our students’ convenience. For more information see our Multiple Location page. Below is an article from Curbed Los Angeles which lists Los Angeles as having the most traffic congestion of all cities in the United States.
Report: LA at the top of the national list for traffic jams
Curbed Los Angeles, September 28, 2017
“Los Angeles’s terrible traffic has once again generated national recognition. A report released yesterday from traffic data firm INRIX says that out of the 25 most congested cities in the nation, LA has the most traffic “hotspots”— areas where traffic frequently jams.
The firm identified nearly 10,400 traffic trouble spots around LA, but the honor of Los Angeles’s worst traffic zone went to a stretch of the northbound 405 between exit 43 and exit 21 (from the South Bay to the edge of Orange County), which saw saw over 2,000 traffic jams in two months, according to INRIX.
Also in the top five: the southbound 405 from exit 22 to 45, and a section of the southbound 101 that connects the Valley to Downtown—from exit 3B to the 134/170 interchange.
Nationwide, LA dominated the list of gnarly traffic-jam zones: 10 of the 25 nastiest traffic spots in the country were in LA, the report found.
The ranking was determined by factoring in “the duration, length and frequency of traffic jams” in these cities. Though New York had a higher number of traffic problem areas overall, LA captured the top ranking “due to the severity as well as the high number” of trouble spots for traffic.
Los Angeles’s terrible traffic congestion is expected to cost LA drivers approximately $91 billion in lost time, wasted gas, and carbon emissions by 2026 unless traffic improves, INRIX says.”