I'm a Spanish speaker and I need to know the difference between School of English and English School. Sometimes I see these phrases, and I don't know which one is the correct one.
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"London School of English" vs "English Schools in London"
It is however possible that an English school in London would teach English! The first phrase is definitely a school that teaches English. The second one is a little ambiguous.