Students learn English for a variety reasons.
Some come to London for a weeks holiday and study just for enjoyment. Others come for a year and need English for work or university. I have been an EFL teacher for ten years. I have taught in schools, universities, and private academies. I have taught young children, teenagers, and adults. I have taught Business English, General English, and Exam English. And I have taught students from Europe, Asia, Africa, and South America.
So what is the one thing that has struck me throughout all these experiences?
English is not easy. The grammar is complicated. There are nearly half a million words. Some of them have more than one meaning. It is not phonetic, so pronunciation can be erratic. And it is constantly changing (if you'd asked a person to google something 20 years ago they would have thought you we're crazy!)
However learning English is not impossible. And it need not feel like serving a prison sentence. It can be looked at as something fun, as an opportunity, a stimulating challenge. The most important thing is how you approach it. A positive attitude is vitally important. It will have a direct impact on the speed with which you learn.
Of course a good teacher is gold dust, and will make the whole process a hundred times easier. And that is where I come in. With the aforementioned experience I will devise an effective programme of study tailor-made for you, catering for your personal goals and objectives.
I know that anyone can learn English. Approach it positively, and you will see positive results.
Posted in Recreation and leisure Post Date 06/07/2017