If you are like most people, you want to speak English fluently so that you can enjoy the benefits it offers professionally and personally. You may have spent a lot of time, effort and even money studying English, but did you spend much time actually speaking? If the answer is no (and even if it is yes), you are probably like many other people who are frustrated by their spoken English, so this challenge is important for you!
Register below and challenge yourself to speak as fluently as you can for 30 minutes with a professional native English lecturer originally from Australia!
This free challenge is available worldwide via Skype or other online tools.
After you choose 3 or 4 free topics from our list that interest you, your challenge is to see how well you can talk about them in English! You will receive guidance and corrections during the lesson. At the end of the lesson, your lecturer will give you any suggestions to help you improve.
Choose from our topic list of over 650 topics here! It's FREE until the end of October, so book your time now. Places are limited and will fill quickly, so don't miss out.
It's fast, it's furious, it's fun and it's effective!
CHECK YOUR FLUENCY WITH OUR FREE CHALLENGE
Maximum speed, Maximum fun, Maximum effect!
FREE until 31 OCTOBER!
Use code: FC3110
Each topic involves you presenting the information (online or in the classroom) that you have about the topic for approximately 7 minutes (guided and corrected by your native English lecturer), plus approximately 3 more minutes of answering questions and building your understanding of any new vocabulary; then we move on to your next topic.
To get the best results, you need to prepare before your free challenge lesson. Combine what you already know about your chosen topics with some research and discover new vocabulary to use when you talk about it.
NOTE: The free challenge is not available to existing students.
FREE CHALLENGE INFORMATION:-
Free challenges are available on FRIDAYS each week.
Free challenges are 30 minutes - The optimal result is 3 topics x 10 minutes for each topic.