FREE ENGLISH CLASS!Written by Scott Dreyer
Do you want to improve your English?
Do you have a question about English or life in the USA?
Join a FREE class with Scott Dreyer, president and founder of DreyerCoaching.com. Scott speaks Chinese, so feel free to ask him questions in Chinese; however, he will be joining you in class live from his hometown of Roanoke, Virginia, USA.
When? Fridays at 8:00 p.m., (Note new time) China Standard Time
How long will the class be? About 30-45 minutes.
What level does my English have to be to join? Since Scott speaks Chinese, you can be at any English level, or speak none at all and just speak Chinese! However, most of the discussion will be at a DreyerCoaching.com Intermediate Level (Steps 4, 5 or 6) or above.
Sample questions might include:
- When do I use BORED or BORING?
- What is the difference between a RUG, CARPET, and MAT?
- What is the difference between a SHIP and a BOAT?
- What is the difference between the words FOUNDER and PIONEER?
- Do I say "The Philippines IS a country" or "The Phillipines ARE a country"?
- How do I pronounce AGE and EDGE, SHIP and SHEEP?
- You can even tell Scott a Chinese sentence and ask him to translate it into English for you.
What ages can join this class? Any age is welcome, but due to the content and format, it is probably best for students ages 10 and over. Adult learners welcome too!
Hope to see you there!
A licensed teacher in the US state of Virginia since 1987, Scott Dreyer has been helping Chinese speakers improve their English since 1989. Dreyer lived in Taiwan from 1989-1999 where he learned Mandarin, met his wife, started his family, and realized he loved working with Chinese students. He became an award-winning author and started teaching ESL online in 2008. Dreyer and his wife and their four adult children make their home in the beautiful Roanoke Valley in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia.dreyercoaching.com/en/about/scott-dreyer
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