Frequently asked questions
Answers to all your questions
A cycle of lessons lasts 10 hours. Lots of students choose to do a course of 30 hours (so 3 cycles).
The first single lesson of 60 minutes is 25 euros. For courses see the pricing page.
Normally lessons last 60 minutes. You can also choose to do 30 minute lessons.
Yes. You can do 10, 20 or 30 hour courses (1, 2 or 3 cycles of 10 hours each and so on).
You choose. Many students do one lesson of 60 minutes each week. Others do two lessons per week. You can even choose to do one lesson each week.
You choose. Many students take their lessons during their lunch break, in the evening or at the weekend. Some prefer early in the morning or even on Sunday. The times and the days are flexible.
Yes. You can do lessons in the evening (even late in the evening) or at the weekend (Sunday as well). Moxon English Skype courses are a great choice if you need this sort of flexibility.
Yes. Just let the teacher know 24 hours before the lesson.
Yes. The lessons expire after 15 weeks (for each 10 hour cycle). In any case we recommend doing at least 60 minutes each week.
Yes. All our teachers are native English speakers. All teachers have been chosen and trained by Jeremy Kemp. They have been chosen because of their amazing teaching skills and friendly personalities.
Normally the teacher won't speak your language. This forces you to communicate and speak in English. If you have a special request then of course get in touch.
Yes. iphones, ipads and other smartphones and tablets work with Skype, Zoom and Meet. All you need is a good internet connection. To use the Virtual Notepad we recommend a PC or Mac.
The first lesson is a way of seeing how a lesson works. You'll be able to ask questions about the method and practical arrangements. It is also a chance to see if your internet connection is fast enough.
It's very simple. You can download Skype for free from this link. With Skype you can see, hear and talk to your teacher. You laptop should already have a microphone and webcam built in. If you have a desktop PC you'll need a webcam.
Yes. Many students use a 3G, 4G or 5G connection to make the Skype/Zoom/Meet call. It's important to do a test call before starting the course.
The Virtual Notepod is an interactive whiteboard (or a document online) which opens in your browser (Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or Safari). Teacher and student share access to the Virtual Notepad. When you can write on it in real time. You can use the Virtual Notepad to write notes, new vocabulary, exercises and to post images and photos. The Virtual Notepad uses the Google Drive platform but you don't need a Google account and you don't need a password.
You can pay by PayPal, credit card or bank transfer. With PayPal you can also pay with Postepay and Maestro.