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Learn English Online

Enjoy private online English lessons at the comforts of your own homes. You don't need to drive your car or grab a public transportation to go to a language school. We offer private classes that are created based on the needs of the student. This means that the student can improve his English language skills effectively.

English Tests Preparation

English Tests Preparation

English Tests Preparation English Proficiency tests are used for many reasons to measure English communication skill. IELTS and TOEFL are the leading tests im immigration and education for foreign students. SAT, ACT, GRE, and GMAT are also important for education. We practice the exam and get you prepared. Focus is placed on the weakest areas, usually that means Speaking and Writing..

English for Kids and Teens

English for Kids and Teens

Kid's English is a set of English studies, featuring Jack Stark, which expands the child's ability in English. Beginning with the stories of Jack Stark, we expand into other stories and studies of English. We include English games and presentations to help make your child comfortable in growing in English through consistent fun and practice.

Editing and Proofreading Services

Editing and Proofreading Services

Are you unconfident about your English writing? Do you need somebody to score your TOEFL / IELTS essays? We edit / proofread English documents from TOEFL/IELTS essays to manuscripts and resumes.Our rates are very reasonable.

Transcription and Voice Recording

Transcription and Voice Recording

Do you have a video that needs to be transcribed? Or do you need English speakers with neutral accent to read and record their voices? We offer these services too. All you need to do is to email us the details and requirements.

Learning a second language could delay dementia 0

Global English Exchange | 4:40 AM |

Researchers found out that it is good to learn a second language because it can make our brains healthier and delay dementia.  What is dementia? According to Wikipedia, "Dementia is not merely a problem of memory. It reduces the ability to learn, reason, retain or recall past experience and there is also loss of patterns of thoughts, feelings and activities."  So for those who are learning English as their second language, don't give up! Carry on.  You will not only get a better job but a healthier brain as well.




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The Chinese Language 0

Global English Exchange | 12:35 AM |


The two Chinese characters above are read as "ni hao", which means "hello" in English.  The Chinese language, specifically the Mandarin Chinese, has a total of 1.3 billion speakers around world - making it the number one language according to its number of speakers.  And guess what? We are now offering Chinese lessons on Skype.  If anyone is interested, please feel free to write to us - e.symposia.mgmt@gmail.com or click on the skype button up there on this page and send us a message on skype!


ETS Announces New Customer Support Center for Spanish Students to Assist Record-Breaking Number of TOEFL® Test Takers in Spain 0

Global English Exchange | 7:43 AM |

Test takers studying for the TOEFL® test in Spain now can take advantage of a new TOEFL Customer Support Center. Educational Testing Service (ETS) has announced a customer support center, available toll-free by phone at 900-838129 or email at TOEFLSupport4Spain@ets.org, to serve the growing numbers of TOEFL test takers throughout Spain.

The TOEFL® Spanish Customer Support Center offers guidance and timely information for students regarding the TOEFL test. The new support center streamlines the testing process by assisting students in identifying test preparation materials, locating test centers, obtaining their score reports, ordering additional score reports and other pre- or post-administration inquiries.

"ETS launched the center in response to the growing interest of Spanish students taking the TOEFL test," commented Maria-Victoria Calabrese, Academic and Government Relations Director, ETS Global BV. "Having the opportunity to speak with a trained representative in the student’s native language of Spanish is invaluable. The newly announced center is another resource designed by ETS to make the TOEFL testing process easier than ever for Spanish students."


source: ets.org

TOP 10 Tips for TOEFL 0

Global English Exchange | 7:29 PM | ,

Top TenJohn Wooden said “failing to prepare is preparing for fail”.If you are taking the TOEFL IBT, you should prepare to pass the exam before sitting it. I have taught TOEFL for a long time and have used many materials and programs, from group class instruction to individual instruction. These ten tips are useful in preparing whether you are an English-speaking student or anon-english speaking student.

1. Plan ahead. Planning a few days before the examand expecting to change your English level is tantamount to walking next to atornado. Although a person could pass and a person could miss the tornado, you will have a low opportunity for success.

2. Know the Target. Why are you taking the exam? Whether it's for immigration, work, or education, there is a score that the governing bodies are expecting from your exam. This could range from 80 to over 110. This number is important to know the level your “pass/fail” bar is set.

3. Know your skills. Take a mock exam. Here we start with a mock exam because the teacher needs to know your level and planning strategy. However, you should take one even if you will not use a tutor. This will show you where you need to improve.

4. Set the time. Keep practice to at least an hour or two a day. Mark the time in your daily schedule and don’t abandon it. If you are doing self-study, then make this an all-English time. Each class should be set for exercising a different skill: writing, speaking, reading, listening.

5. Go to class. Meet with a native speaker about your classes and don’t rely on non-native teachers, especially in speaking.Why? Native teachers can iron out your pronunciation better than non-native speakers who usually make the same mistakes as the foreign student does.This is a test not of English grammar, but of English usage at college level.

6. Keep focused. Normally, those who take the TOEFL for university or graduate school may even have to take another exam: GMAT, SAT, LSAT, or GRE. This should also be taken with a native teacher cause non-natives don’t have the capacity for these high-level exams. You should finish preparing and taking the TOEFL before studying for the other exam.

7. Develop strategy. When studying for TOEFL, develop a test strategy. We teach a strategy that is very useful and simple. A strategy is not developing your overall English level, but rather focusing and honing your skill for the exam.

8. Commit your time. Practice writing and speakingall the time, commit the strategy and steps to memory. Then, keep practicinguntil it is as natural to you as spelling your name. These steps should beautomatic. Meanwhile, listen to English on television, radio, and the internet.

9. Practice for real. Don’t forget to look and testyourself using real time conditions. Having strategy, skill, and knowledge isone thing, but you also need timing. The TOEFL is set under a rigid time framelimiting your response. Don’t get carried away by being complicated, but keepall things simple.

10. Know ETS standards. English Testing Service(ETS) is not set up for a local school in your country. ETS is set up todetermine which students can excel in American-- United States and Canadian--Universities. Therefore, expect university-geared work throughout the exam.

With these tips, I hope that you will do a great job on theTOEFL IBT. There is one thing that is good with standardized exams. That is,you know the questions before they come. One can prepare fairly well and beable to pass his mark even without having the necessary general English skill. Evenif you are able to pass the exam, you ought to continue training and developingin English.


ETS Hosts High-Profile English Language Learning Symposium to Celebrate the TOEFL® Test's 30th Anniversary in China 0

Global English Exchange | 8:46 PM |

Beijing, China (December 14, 2011) —
Leading government officials from China and the United States, world-renowned English language learning experts, and business executives are convening today to discuss best practices, trends, and innovative ideas regarding English language learning as a critical tool to promote China's economic growth and global leadership.

The half-day symposium, English Language Learning: A Key Component for China's Global Competiveness, is co-organized by the National Education Examinations Authority of the MOE, and supported by the U.S. Embassy.

"ETS is very proud of the contributions that we have made to help advance the field of English language learning over the last thirty years in China," commented Walt MacDonald, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer at ETS. "Today's symposium brings together leaders in various disciplines that play a significant role in the future of English language learning. We look forward to a productive exchange of ideas and discussion of future innovations that will transform the field."

The invitation-only event is taking place at The Beijing Hotel and will feature:

Madame Zhang Xiuqin, Director General, Ministry of Education
Jiang Gang, Director General, National Education Examinations Authority
Walt MacDonald, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer, ETS
Peter Foyston, CEO, Campbell Swire China
Carola McGiffert, Director, 100,000 Strong Initiative, and Senior Advisor to U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs
Alice Murray, Director, Regional English Language Programs Office, U.S. Embassy Beijing
SHEN Yang, Deputy Director General, Ministry of Education
TANG Xiaofei, TOEFL Brand Director, ETS
XI Xiaoming, Senior Research Scientist and Director of Global Language Assessments Research, ETS
WEN Qiufang, Director, National Research Center for Foreign Language Education, Beijing Foreign Studies University
XU Caide, Professor, Beijing Language and Culture University
YU Minhong, Founder, Chairman, and Chief Executive Officer, New Oriental Education & Technology Group, Inc.
ZHAO Han Xi, Executive Director, CITIC Capital Partners
ZONG Wa, Deputy Secretary General, China Education Association for International Exchanges
ZHAO Zhongxiu, Vice President, University of International Business and Economics
More information regarding the TOEFL® test, including sample questions, study tips and registration, is available at www.TOEFLGoAnywhere.org/cn.

ONLINE ENGLISH Lessons! Skype Us! 0

Global English Exchange | 8:44 AM |

LEARN ENGLISH WITH US ONLINE


Enjoy lessons at the comfort of your own homes. You don't need to drive your car or grab public transportation to go to a language school. We offer private classes and group classes that are created based on the needs of the student/s. This means that the student can improve his English language skills effectively.


Some people would like to learn and improve his English skills but they have a very hectic schedule. Online English education is the best solution to this problem. The student can choose the hours and days for his online lessons. We try our best to match his availability. Unlike in schools, the student needs to adjust with the lesson schedule of the school/s.


Some people are shy and conscious in learning English in a classroom/group setting. Thus, private online English lessons are beneficial for this type of student. Slowly but surely, the teacher can make the student gain his confidence in writing, reading, listening and most especially, in speaking the English language.

So, what does the student need?


For private classes and group classes, the student needs a stable internet connection, a microphone and speakers, or a headset. Also, he has to download Skype and install it in his computer. Webcam is optional. Most of the lessons are taught on Skype. Sometimes, the teacher uses WIZIQ.


Lesson materials such as books, audio files, video files, etc are sent by the teacher to the student for FREE. The student does not need to pay extra for the lesson materials.


What are the courses that we offer?


We offer a variety of lessons.


CONVERSATIONAL ENGLISH
JOB/IMMIGRATION INTERVIEW PREPARATION
PRONUNCIATION/ACCENT REDUCTION LESSONS
ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES (Business English, English for Aviation, Medical English,etc)
ENGLISH FOR KIDS AND TEENS
ENGLISH TESTS PREPARATION (TOEFL, IELTS, GMAT, GRE, TOEIC, etc)
WRITING LESSONS (Creative Writing, Technical Writing, etc)

and more...


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Learn English Online with Us! 0

Global English Exchange | 8:38 AM |


Enjoy lessons at the comfort of your own homes. You don't need to drive your car or grab public transportation to go to a language school. We offer private classes and group classes that are created based on the needs of the student/s. This means that the student can improve his English language skills effectively.


Some people would like to learn and improve his English skills but they have a very hectic schedule. Online English education is the best solution to this problem. The student can choose the hours and days for his online lessons. We try our best to match his availability. Unlike in schools, the student needs to adjust with the lesson schedule of the school/s.


Some people are shy and conscious in learning English in a classroom/group setting. Thus, private online English lessons are beneficial for this type of student. Slowly but surely, the teacher can make the student gain his confidence in writing, reading, listening and most especially, in speaking the English language.

So, what does the student need?


For private classes and group classes, the student needs a stable internet connection, a microphone and speakers, or a headset. Also, he has to download Skype and install it in his computer. Webcam is optional. Most of the lessons are taught on Skype. Sometimes, the teacher uses WIZIQ.


Lesson materials such as books, audio files, video files, etc are sent by the teacher to the student for FREE. The student does not need to pay extra for the lesson materials.


What are the courses that we offer?


We offer a variety of lessons.

CONVERSATIONAL ENGLISH

JOB/IMMIGRATION INTERVIEW PREPARATION

PRONUNCIATION/ACCENT REDUCTION LESSONS

ENGLISH FOR SPECIFIC PURPOSES (Business English, English for Aviation, Medical English,etc)

ENGLISH FOR KIDS AND TEENS

ENGLISH TESTS PREPARATION (TOEFL, IELTS, GMAT, GRE, TOEIC, etc)

WRITING LESSONS (Creative Writing, Technical Writing, etc)

and more...

Take TWO free classes NOW!
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Dissertation? 0

Global English Exchange | 7:45 AM |

Do you need your dissertation to be proofread or edited? We have been proofreading and editing dissertations. Please send us a message through skype ( skype id : global.english.exchange) or through email ( globalenglishexchange@gmail.com).