Language Analysis Made Easy!

A step-by-step guide to analysing meaning, form and pronunciation for CELTA, TESOL and TEFL trainees and all English language teachers
Course overview
Widely recommended by CELTA tutors!
On this course, you will learn:
  • Why language analysis is essential for planning lessons and teaching grammar
  • How to analyse all tenses, conditionals and modals clearly and simply
  • How to use concept check questions (CCQs) to check for meaning
  • How to anticipate problems for form and pronunciation
This course will help save hours of lesson preparation time. Take the headache out of it!

Course includes

Over two hours of video tutorials (in bite-size chunks!) 
Downloadable guides to form and pronunciation
Easy access on all devices
Lifetime access
Certificate of completion

Tutor support

Friendly help from an experienced CELTA tutor whenever you need it- just an email away

Try for free

Try a free introduction online. See if you like it - no obligation to buy

 Money back guarantee

If you're not happy within a week, I'll give you a full refund - no quibbles
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Reviews of this course
I sat watching your Language Analysis videos for most of yesterday afternoon, as I felt I needed a refresher on some points. Your explanations are so authoritative, clear and helpful - it was just what I needed. Your site really is the 'go-to' place for me. I feel safe there! It's got what I need. Without making you feel I'm stalking you (!!) I don't want to miss stuff, so I'm always interested in new webinars, etc, that you put out. Keep doing what you do, please!
Jacqueline, EFL teacher
I have started work on your Language Analysis course and find it very useful and easy to follow. Unlike some others, that have sent me to sleep! I actually did my CELTA 2 years ago in Dubai and found it very challenging, as I’m sure most people do, but I especially found my knowledge of the English language and grammar to be rather lacking. This was also flagged as an area to be worked on by my tutors. I am now back in Scotland and have signed up with a voluntary organisation working with refugees teaching English. But my language and knowing how to explain the language I find so difficult. Hence the course. I have postponed starting the class until I am using that time to properly learn my grammar.
Collette, CELTA graduate
This is the second course I’ve signed up for, just having completed Language Analysis Made Easy. I’ve looked at a couple of the freebies too. It’s good that we can keep the lessons indefinitely, as I do feel that I’ll be referring back to them on a reasonably regular basis, at least until I’m teaching regularly... I like your style and delivery. The sections are never too long and the little quizzes at the end are good to kick the brain into another gear to recall what we’ve just watched and listened to.
Craig, CELTA trainee
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