相向英語學校

antipodean

english language school

 

 

Antipodean English Language School has been providing high quality English language tuition for businesses, adults and secondary school students in Hong Kong since 2000. This school is Education Department registered and a Continuing Education Fund (CEF) course provider.

We help our clients produce authentic English learned using the latest communicative methods. Our courses are designed in house, and are the product of years of research and development.

All our tutors are Native English Speakers. They meet or exceed the requirements for the government NET scheme, are qualified to teach English, and are all highly experienced full time English teachers.

You can find out about our courses by calling our office at 27714113, by faxing your enquiry to 30073468, or by sending us e-mail at info@ant.edu.hk

If you are in Tsimshatsui, feel free to visit our school. Our office hours are from 1.00pm to 9.00pm, Monday to Friday, and 10.00am to 6.00pm on Saturdays.

Michael May, Principal


Classes 

LPAT Courses - Updated for 2017!

Wednesday, 19 April 2017

Our LPAT Courses have been revised and updated for 2017! Based on feedback from last years cohort and study of the 2017 examination, substantial revisions have been made to the LPAT Speaking and Writing courses. Call soon to arrange your classes, as we usually run out of spaces for new students well before the summer holidays.

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IELTS 

Updated IELTS courses!

Friday, 24 March 2017

The 2017 series of IELTS courses is ready, and they are better than ever!

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Events 

WhatsApp Number Changed!

Wednesday, 14 September 2016

Our WhatsApp number has changed! We can now be reached at +852 5282-0157.

Messages sent to the old number cannot be read, so if you have tried to contact us and couldn't, please WhatsApp to the new number, or call our office at 2771-4113.

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IELTS 

IELTS in May!

Monday, 25 April 2016

Summer is coming, and that’s IELTS season. Here’s your chance to get in early and save on IELTS training. In May only, we are offering our one on one, intensive “2016 - IELTS General Foundation” (IGF6) course at the hugely discounted rate of $6,600.

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Monthly Lucky Draw 

September's Lucky Draw Winner!

Saturday, 3 October 2015

"Catherine" (student 4737) is the the lucky winner of our September draw! Her prize is a deluxe citruszinger fruit infusion bottle. Congratulations, Catherine!

Our next lucky draw will take place at the end of October. It could be you!

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Monthly Lucky Draw 

August's Lucky Draw Winner!

Tuesday, 1 September 2015

"Ramen" is the lucky winner of our August draw! His prize, four delicious Mrs. Field's chocolate mooncakes will be a delicious Mid-Autumn Festival treat for Ramen and his family. Congratulations, Ramen!

Our next lucky draw will take place at the end of September. It could be you!

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Word of the Day 

I'm afraid...

Monday, 16 March 2015

Sometimes you will hear (mostly Native) speakers say "I'm afraid..." Why are they afraid?

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Classes 

Phonics Courses Starting!

Monday, 2 March 2015

Would you like to get your primary age kids reading and writing  with our phonics programme? Taught by our native English speaking teachers, it's loads of fun and really effective.

Classes are intense but short (55 minutes). They're also highly affordable.

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Word of the Day 

Go outside for lunch?

Saturday, 9 August 2014

Hong Kong people often say they are "going outside for lunch". What does this really mean?

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Word of the Day 

Long time, no see!

Tuesday, 3 June 2014

Do you think "long time no see" is English or Chinglish? Click to find out!

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Word of the Day 

outlook - /ˈaʊtlʊk/

Friday, 30 May 2014

In Hong Kong, "outlook" is used as a synonym for "appearance" or "style". Most Hong Kong people would find nothing wrong with "Her outlook is very smart".  This is wrong!

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Word of the Day 

update - /ˈʌpdeɪt/

Tuesday, 27 May 2014

In Hong Kong, "update" is used as an adjective. You might hear people say "The Galaxy S5 is very update" or something similar. This is wrong (sorry).

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Articles 

Learning English

Thursday, 14 November 2013

How did you learn to speak your first language? Did you learn it by completing worksheets and grammar exercises? I suspect that the answer to this question is that you learnt to speak by, first of all, copying the sounds and words of your parents, and secondly, by using language to communicate your intentions and needs.

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IELTS 

Get ready for study in Australia and New Zealand in 2014!

Friday, 11 October 2013

Prepare for IELTS with Antipodean English Language School’s IELTS package, which includes:

  • 12 hours of one on one IELTS instruction covering speaking and writing.
  • Highly qualified and experienced native English speaking teachers.
  • 100 hours of additional instruction online covering speaking, writing, reading and listening (25 hours of each) available for 3 months.
  • A free grammar text

Call now (2771-4113) or e-mail (info@ant.edu.hk) for details and a copy of our IELTS prospectus.

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Promotions 

Agent for PNBHS

Monday, 20 August 2012

This afternoon, we signed an agency agreement with Palmerston North Boys High School in Palmerston North, New Zealand. Palmerston North Boys High School is a highly successful boys secondary school. Our first students will start studying at PNBHS in February 2013.

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