ESL - English as a Second Language - Program in Los Angeles
You've just arrived to the United States and you are struggling with the language. Or, you've been here for a while and you are still trying to understand what people tell you and to make yourself understood. Or, you are just visiting from abroad and you would like to make your stay profitable.
Language Door Los Angeles is offering ESL classes for all those who are ready to start learning English or to improve their English skills. Come join one of our programs, the one that best fits your schedule!
The Weekly classes are designed for those who don't have too much time to spend for learning English and who want to take it slow but steady. The session is 8 weeks long and classes meet once a week for one and a half hours.
The Immersion weekday classes are designed for those who want to learn the language fast. The session is 4 weeks long and classes meet every day for 5 hours, from Monday thru Friday.
The Immersion weekend classes are designed for those who only have time on weekends and who want to learn the language at a faster pace. The session is 4 weeks long and classes meet every Saturday for 5 hours.
Adult language learning requires small class sizes and interaction to be effective. Many of the resources available to adults involve large classes or self-study (where interaction is limited) or excessively-priced language programs.
We offer the opportunity to learn 36 different languages at our Language Door School in Los Angeles. Our comfortable, casual environment helps to make learning the language of your choice fun and convenient. We schedule our classes at times that work for busy adults. Enrich your life as you learn one language or learn many.
Our team of instructors combines rich educational and linguistic backgrounds and interests. All instructors are native speakers or speak with native-level proficiency. They are carefully selected for communicative skills, talent, and enthusiasm to share their language.
Using our approach, adults learn language quickly through interaction in small-group classes.