Written and Spoken English: What's the Difference?


You may find that reading and writing English are much easier for you than understanding what native speakers say and speaking correctly. This is because you have been taught Written English, and not Spoken English. They are very different.


One aim of all our classes is to differentiate between Written and Spoken English and give you the necessary tools to function effectively using either one, as needed.


In order to be effective at work, you must be able to understand Spoken English, a language that probably is mostly unknown to you! We concentrate on learning this 'mysterious' language that native English speakers use while they are on the phone and in meetings with you. It may take time and effort to master, but it is important for global business dealings - in the end, it is worth it to feel more confident, relaxed and powerful in these situations.


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