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Monday, February 12, 2018



Free Trial English Language, Public Speaking And Speech and Drama Classes

Here's a Chinese New Year goodie from Lorna Whiston Taman Tun Dr Ismail to all parents. From now until 28th February 2018, you can claim a free trial lesson in any of the following categories for your child in any age category at Lorna Whiston TTDI

  • English Language (4-18 years old)
  • Public Speaking  (10-18 years old)
  • Speech and Drama Classes (4 - 18 years old)
Why a free trial class is useful

A free trial class helps you see for yourself how regular classes are normally conducted. It will give you and your child a chance to experience the class first hand and test the program before deciding to register. Free trial classes aren't always available all the time so you should make the most of opportunities like this one to try out a class or a program of your choice.

Which class should you choose?

Not sure whether to send your child to a regular English language class, speech and drama or public speaking course? Call Lorna Whiston Taman Tun Dr Ismail to get assistance on the right class for your child and schedule a trial class today. 


How to book your free trial class?

Click here to book a free trial class for your child. Classes are subject to availability and on a first come first serve basis, so book early to prevent disappointment. Select from one of the above category of classes for your free trial class. Free trials are open to kids of all ages as shown.

Gong xi fa cai! Happy Chinese New Year!





1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the share. Actually I'd love to point ouy that there have been a number of studies proving that learning foreign languages isn't just good on a 'practical' level, but that they improve our problem solving skills & even better our national security (because we can understand how others cultures think when we learn how they communicate). I grew up in the U.S. learning Spanish in addition to English and how to write my english essay and later decided to learn French as an adult for work. Of all of the classes I've ever taken, I found it imperative to learn from native speakers because they naturally understand the ins and outs of their native language and culture. The older I got, the more challenging it became, especially trying to fit classes into my work schedule. I ended up finding this place, www.jplinguistics.com, and they had great natives instructors in NYC. I ended up learning a ton from those classes and I can use my French for work and travel now. I still use my Spanish every now and then, but I feel privileged to have learned these languages at my age. It's a gift.

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