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Global English Exchange | 3:18 AM |






Global English Exchange offers online English education at a very reasonable price. We can teach you English in the comforts of your own home, wherever you are located in the world.


What the student needs: a messenger program, microphone/headset, speakers, and a reliable internet connection.


How does it work?





1. Click the Free Class banner on the upper right of this page. Then sign up for a free trial class.


2. The coordinator will contact the student by email or add the student’s Skype id.


3. The coordinator will setup the free trial class based on the student’s desired day and time. However, we also need to consider the teachers’ availability. We can meet halfway and work things out for both sides.


4. A confirmation email will be sent out about the trial class details – this includes the profile of the teacher.


5. The teacher will either meet the student to just assess his level and understand his needs OR he can immediately give a trial class. This is a case to case basis. Generally, the trial class runs from 15 minutes – 60 minutes.


6. After the trial class, the coordinator will contact the student for feedback. The student can also contact the coordinator too, to inform if he will continue and sign up with more classes.


7. If the student would like to sign up for more classes, then the coordinator will ask the student the following questions:


                              a. Preferred date to begin the classes

                              b. Preferred length of each class (30 or 60 minutes)

                              c. Preferred number of classes to sign up and pay for

                             d. Preferred way of payment (Paypal or Western Union)

                             e. Preferred days and hours per week


8. Classes will only begin after the payment has been made. We can reserve the days and hours for the student if we don’t have many students coming in. However, if there are many students signing up for the classes, then it is going to be first come, first serve basis.


9. Signing up and paying for the classes mean that you are agreeing to our terms and conditions. For further details about our terms and conditions, please click here.

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