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Welcome, Direct English Live learners! We wanted to create an immersive community space where you feel supported and engaged in your language learning journey. In order to encourage a range of different learning styles we have visual content, written content and auditory content to improve your confidence and to bring our classrooms to life.

Our teachers

By LEON | Teacher

Tips for learning English

By HELEN | Teacher

A typical Direct English Live lesson

By ZENA | Teacher

Why is DE Live so unique?

Webinar | Meet our teachers

We do host online events with our teachers to give students the opportunity to meet them and ask them any questions. Contact us today if you want to join our next Free MEET THE TEACHER event!

Stay motivated and on track with your progress during your English language learning journey through our blog post series on all things career, vocabulary and general tips and tricks for gaining wider confidence outside of the virtual classroom.

Download Your Career Plan

Here you can find some tips and a helpful checklist to reflect on the right career or university path by setting clear goals.

Frequently asked questions

How does Direct English Live work?

The Direct English method is a program designed by the award-winning author and CEFR-level co-founder, Louis Alexander, in 1997. Direct English is a UK-based company, one of Linguaphone Group's successful brands. Linguaphone Group was founded in 1901! You can find more information here.

At the end of your course, after attending most of our lessons and taking our assessment tests, you will be given a Direct English certificate. There is no limit to the assessment tests you can take. Once a month, the Direct English London team arrange online graduation ceremonies to celebrate the achievement of all the students. 
At the end of your course, your access to the learning platform will be stopped and you can decide if you wish to progress to the next level. If you decide to continue with the next level, you can access your previous levels again!

How does the 14-day free cancellation period work?

We're so confident that you will be happy with our course, that we offer a 14-day cancellation policy. In fact, if you're not fully satisfied with our course, you can request a cancellation within 14 days of your purchase and you'll be fully refunded within 14 days.

On the 15th day following the date of enrolment, you will not be able to cancel.  To find out more, please read our T&Cs

How do I know if I am enrolling in the right level?

Our 1-min quiz will guide you to the right option! Take our quick test now!

Which payment methods do you accept?

We accept Visa, Mastercard, Paypal. All our payments are encrypted through the third-party world-trusted Shopify platform, therefore no one will access to or be able to see your card details.

Can I skip a class?

Yes, you can, with our blending learning offering you are able to catch up by self-studying on the platform.

We will not charge an additional penalty fee if you miss your class.

However, we find that students achieve the best results by attending all the live interactive classes. 

Is the certificate of achievement industry approved?

If you decide to embark on the exciting learning journey with us by enrolling on either Beginner 1 or Intermediate 1, you will become CEFR-certified in A1 or A2, depending on the level you choose. The CEFR system has been developed by the Council of Europe, and our Direct English method author, Louis Alexander, was one of the founders of the CEFR system.

The CEFR system was created to validate language learning ability by giving students a firm understanding of English grammar and vocabulary. The CEFR Framework was designed to convey the different levels of oral and written comprehension. Teachers can use this framework to determine what level their students are and if they require any extra help. Direct English Live’s levels are aligned with the CEFR’s framework.  Download our SKILL CHART to find out more about how our levels compare with IELTS. 

What is the difference between A1 and A2 levels?

An A1 learner (Beginner 1) will be able to lead a simple conversation about themselves and the world around them, about food and orders, discuss measurement, size and price.

An A2 learner (Intermediate 1) will be able to understand and express their opinions about a particular topic, understand the main points of texts regarding their career, school or social lives. Additionally, they will be able to communicate without sustained effort to native speakers.  

For more information, you can download the Level A1 (Beginner 1) document and the Level A2 (Intermediate 1) document.

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if you have any questions about Direct English Live.