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English Courses That Perfectly Fits Your Need

เรียนภาษาอังกฤษสำหรับผู้ใหญ่ (Learning English as an adult) can be useful for you no matter what your reasons are. It could be because of a relocation to an English-speaking country or a genuine workspace requirement. Whatever might be your reasons, learning English in today’s global world is always a good idea.

But how should you pick the right course for you?

Picking the right course for yourself always depends upon your requirements and expectations of the result you wish to achieve from learning English. For example, if you want to learn English for a university’s admission test, then you would most probably be preparing for competitive exams like IELTS or TOEFL.

Automatically, you’ll need an English course which would focus more on grammatical accuracy and literacy rather than conversational skills and native understanding. On another hand, if you wish to learn English for the sake of being fluent in it, then your course should be more focused on conversational skills and native accents and speeches.

Where should you learn it from?

Also, you can choose from where you want to learn the language it could from a local school, an online course or even from an English-speaking country itself! Why not? Travelling to such a place would not only give you the environment to learn more rapidly but also enrich your experience of different usages in the language.

What should you focus on?

You should always pay attention on what the course is offering as its curriculum. Focusing on the following points can greatly help you in deciding you perfect course:

  • Practical exercises
  • Assignments

  • Emphasis on speech and writing
  • Evaluation
  • Grading scheme

The methodology used by different courses really vary. Hence, it becomes very important to inquireabout the specific methodology of the course you are opting for. Remember, it’s always better to ask than to regret!

Liam Rubin is a graduate of Bachelor of Science in Journalism from the University of Cambodia. He is currently the managing editor of T3 Licensing and a freelance writer.