General English Courses
Tertulia Language organises different courses for different types of audience, whether for students, adults, and business groups.
Our courses are personalised whether you want to study English to take an examination or you just want to take a cultural experience and improve your communication levels.
The study Centre is in the heart of Portsmouth, easily accessible by bus. Our interactive English lessons will run both in comfortable and modern classrooms combined with outdoor and engaging activities.
You will be taught by a native English teacher with a small class group in a relaxing and friendly atmosphere. The course teacher will assess your level of English in the first lesson and work from there to improve your skills. During the course you will also develop your speaking, reading, writing, and listening skills. At the end of the course, you will take a short final assessment to know the improvement achieved.
Your classes will include people who have a similar level of English to you, from different countries. The lessons are generally held in the morning; Monday through Friday, leaving the afternoon for guided tours of museums and local attractions in the city of Portsmouth.
As we are Trinity Listed Education Agent and Registered Exam Centre we can prepare you to take Trinity College exams. A Trinity qualification can lead to a place at university, a new job or even a new life in another country.
Below are the qualifications you can obtain with us:
GESE (Graded Examinations in Spoken English) exam, for people of all ages who want to develop communicative English language speaking and listening skills for use in real life - whatever the purpose, whether for immigration, work, study, leisure or employment.
ISE (Integrated Skills in English) exam, is a contemporary four skills (reading, writing, speaking and listening) qualification recognised by governments and institutions as providing reliable evidence of English language proficiency.
Preparing for ISE helps develops authentic communicative and transferable skills that are required for academic study and employability, such as synthesising information, participating in interactive discussions and presenting on topics of personal interest.