Free ESL classes in San Jose, CA, are held every Monday, September 11, 2017 – May 14, 2018. Please join us.
Classes are free. Some teachers will use a textbook, about $30, and there is a registration fee of $10/year.
Did you know we have 6 levels of classes, beginners to advanced, including a special class on English Pronunciation, taught by speech-Language pathologists! We look forward to seeing you at ESL class this year!
For many Asian speakers, I often hear they were taught to speak Engliah, by SPEAKING EACH WORD SEPARATELY.
However, English speakers are listening for words that LINK TOGETHER in a sentence. The easiest way to start linking is finding words that have an ending consonant next to a beginning vowel.
A lot of people were there. > A LOTOV people were there.
I need a new doctor. > I NEEDA new doctor.
Are you driving over now? > Are you DRIVINGOVER now?
Learning english takes practice. > LEARNINGENGLISH takes practice.
Try linking consonants to vowels for improved English pronunication.