We all know that English is the language of international business. And as a result, more and more international companies are demanding that their employees improve their second language skills to maintain company competitiveness.
As an employee, learning English can broaden your employment opportunities. For example, people who speak two or more languages are ideal candidates for jobs in travel, international business, or translation. Sadly, the standard of local or national English language provision varies considerably and not everyone around the world can access it sufficiently to secure its benefits.
So, if you need to improve your English language skills, but don't have the opportunity then read on. By using Skype technology, I can create your very own one-to-one online classroom to help you secure your Skype English lessons at affordable prices from the comfort of your home or office, at a time that suits you. In addition, each lesson taught will be prepared by me, a qualified English tutor, with nearly 25 years' experience that covers all levels, and all Cambridge exams, regardless of their General or Business English focus.
Consequently, through my English online courses, motivated and regular students should soon begin to notice an improvement in their listening, writing, reading and speaking skills.
1. Work out what kind of learner you are. Are you a reader, writer or speaker? Whatever your focus is, develop a learning strategy to help you progress.
2. Need help? Get help! If there's something that you don't understand, don't ignore it - ask your English teacher for an explanation. Remember: there are no marks for pretending to understand when you don't.
3. Revise, revise, revise! Sadly, there aren't many of us born with photographic memories. So do make sure that your factor into your study times a revision slot to help consolidate your learning.
4. Try to factor in regular breaks into your daily study programme, as it isn't recommended for students to study for more than 45 minutes at a time. Have a 10-minute break, stretch your legs and get some fresh air - it will help.
5. Tempting as it may be, try not to be in a hurry to move up a level. Focus on fully consolidating what that level has to offer before moving up.
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