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.
"London School of English" vs "English Schools in London"
- The first one indicates a school in London whose subject matter is the English language, or in other words they teach the English language there
- The second one probably indicates schools in London in which classes are taught in the English language, or in other words they teach all their classes while using the English language (e.g. Mathematics, Biology, and Philosophy, etc).
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.