No one likes to feel lost when they travel. Communication is the key to a successful trip, but it's just not practical to learn the language of every country you visit. That's why EF English Live has created a simple way to learn the global language: English.
Our travel English course will teach you how to confidently perform everyday tasks like booking flights or hotels, confirming reservations, and asking for directions. Once you have these skills: the world is open to you.
By watching our high quality language training videos, you learn useful new vocabulary and grammar in context. The video will pause to test your comprehension, and you can replay the clip as often as you need.
Our handy travel vocabulary list can be downloaded to help you practice and memorize useful words with ease.
Plus, our interactive exercises use speech recognition technology to record and review your pronunciation of key phrases. With instant feedback, you can perfect your spoken English skills quickly and effectively.
We're trusted to provide language training for some of the most prestigious companies in the world. They've benefitted from our flexible and specialized teaching, and so can you.
As a student of EF English Live, you'll enjoy access to our award-winning online English school where you'll be able to reinforce your knowledge of travel English with the live support of our skilled teachers and hundreds of hours of innovative study tools. Meet other students in one of our friendly group conversation classes, or learn on-the-go with our app for iPad® and Android™ tablets. We're here 24/7 to support you on your language journey.
In addition, we offer comprehensive bussiness and professional English courses along with 16 levels of general English to enhance your language skills even further. One school gives you maximum results.
Make English part of your day, wherever you are
"No matter where I am - at hotels, airports etc., I try to put in an hour every day. I also consciously put the TV channel on English news and read English newspapers online."
Elmo, EF English Live student, Brazil