English Tutoring

Tutoring in English

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English is an internationally recognised language. Even though English is not the most widely spoken language in the world, it is widely used.

The ability to communicate well in English is a widely acclaimed skill. As a school subject, it acts as a platform where students learn to express themselves freely and productively.

As with any language, you must continually work at improving your abilities by means of frequent practice. It is therefore important to enlist the help of an English Tutor to ensure progress.

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How can an English Tutor help?

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English serves as the foundation of many university courses. Students are also required to do well in English to comply with university entrance requirements.

Students are tested on their language proficiency as part of the academic literacy test during the admission process. You don’t have to be a fan of William Shakespeare’s works in order to appreciate, or do well in, the language.

In a way, English has become the lingua franca of the professional and business world, thus a sound command of the language is imperative to succeed in the modern world.

Each person has a different aptitude, so most people still have to put in a lot of effort and work hard in order to excel in English. Language is an integral part of our daily lives; it plays a vital role in society – its influence is not limited to communication, but extends to culture as well.

Given the aforementioned, it is very important to do well in English.

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