Daily Archives: January 6, 2011

Successful Learning Of English Is Organic: Nurture The Process

Peter Win, is quite impressive in his fluency in Chinese. He is the President of EF China, an English Language Teaching organization. Now here’s the question: How much dedication, hours upon hours of sustained effort, was necessary, for him to … Continue reading

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Crazy English: I Wanna Speak Perfect English | Profesorbaker’s Blog

Do you want to speak perfect English? No? Well, guess what? 1.4 Billion Chinese people want to speak perfect English. How’s your Chinese? 1st collector for Crazy English: I Wanna Speak Perfect English | …Follow my videos on vodpod

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Crazy English: I Wanna Speak Perfect English

In my last post, the sheer size of the numbers involved were mind boggling. China has a population of 1.4 Billion people, for example. Where do you put 1.4 Billion people? Where do they all live? What happens if those … Continue reading

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Which Language is more important, after English?

Pinterest: Thomas Jerome Baker Paperback books on Pinterest by Thomas Jerome Baker To begin, why would anyone even ask that question? Does English have such a hold on the world at the moment that the only thing any other language … Continue reading

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