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“We Can Do Better”: The Singapore Perspective on English

Speech by Mr Lee Kuan Yew, Former Minister Mentor and current Senior Advisor to Government of Singapore Investment Corporation at the Launch of the English Language Institute of Singapore (ELIS) on Tuesday, 6 September 2011, at the Marina Bay Sands … Continue reading

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Be-Know-Do: A Different Angle on the Native Speaker Myth

English is important, no one would doubt that nowadays. And the belief is that a Native Speaker Myth holds that the best teacher is a Native Speaker. So, why not simply immerse yourself in English? Surround yourself by a million … Continue reading

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