We’re now in quarter 4, and I’m over-the-top busy at work. The holidays are practically here. I’m going back to China, Vietnam, or Brazil (or wherever I am from) to visit friends & family in mid-December. Sound familiar? Are you also interested in getting your English speaking brain in gear for January 2016?
If you can’t attend one of our upcoming December programs (Jumpstart Your Accent Modification Practice Routine: Webinar 1 or Webinar 2, Speak to Be Understood workshop series, or Present to Engage & Ensure Trust workshop series), I recommend signing up to get on CommuniClear Global’s newsletter email list.
This newsletter is intended to help professionals of different industries and language backgrounds who are serious about improving their spoken English. Our key objective is to provide guidance, motivation for continuous practice (this type of training takes time & regular practice!), and access to idioms in context. Again, in the survey I sent out a couple of weeks again, all respondents said that they were hungry for more idioms. Since I work with proficient, or near proficient, speakers of English, I don’t hold back in using phrasal verbs and idioms.
Interested in receiving CommuniClear’s newsletterly emails in your inbox?
Sign me up now!