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Ciprian has some good advice on how the PALC can help you with your English skills. 

 
The PALC for Improving Your English
by Ciprian

      Did you choose Pearson Adult Learning Centre for improving your English? Very good decision. At Pearson Adult Learning Centre, you can improve your English in three ways.

     First, during the classes with good teachers don't be afraid to speak or to write. It is normal to make mistakes. You are here to learn. For example, at the beginning, I didn't do my homework, but after I did one or two homework assignments and my teacher wrote on them, "very good Ciprian," I took courage and have done all my homework since.

     Second, in room 184 you will find a lot of computers with a lot of special programs to teach yourself English. The first time I spent about four hours in this room and when I looked at my watch I said, "Unbelievable—four hours has gone so quickly."

     Third, at home visit their Web page on the Internet: www.palc.net Here you will find a lot of exercises, information, and not the least, a lot of fun.

     So, do your homework, speak with your teachers, work on the computer and day after day your English will be better.

 

 

 

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