6 ESL windows of opportunity – you shouldn’t miss

The FUTURE of Learning


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How often have you been learning English then hanging out for that time when you can use it in real life and get something as a result, or convey something important? That’s what we call the ‘window of opportunity’, and once you find this window of opportunity, it suddenly propels your English level forward.

So many language learners get bogged down with the technical side and forget about the most important part – looking for the windows of opportunities. But how can you see these when they come along?

If you are living in a country where you are surrounded by many people who firstly don’t speak your mother tongue and/or secondly have a little English just like you? This is good news for the beginner. All those questions you learn in your elementary class – ‘How are you? Where are you from? ‘ etc, come…

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