In the United States, many people like to play pranks or tricks on their friends, family members, co-workers, or others on April 1. We call it “April Fools.” “To fool” someone means to play a trick on them. If it is successful, you can say, “Ha! I fooled you!” Here is a link explaining some of the best April Fools pranks/jokes this year. Enjoy!
This article discusses the recent research study showing that knowing English can increase your income by 25% (in developing countries). However, the article mentions the problem that most countries’ school program does not have a clear strategy for learning/teaching English, so there is no guarantee students will succeed.
Are you considering studying English in the United States at a language academy / institute? Located in Duluth, just outside of Atlanta, CCB is a flexbile, creative, and fun program which has a clear strategy for learning English. Students learn all major skill areas READING, WRITING, LISTENING, AND SPEAKING. They have expert teachers to guide them in improving their grammar, vocabulary, expressions / idioms, and pronunciation. Lastly, students learn all about American culture, study skills, and English for work & business purposes.
So whatever your purpose is for learning English – even just pleasure – we have the right program and strategy for you!
This is an interesting article out of New Delhi, India, discussing the findings of a new study on fluent English speakers in India versus those with more limited knowledge. They confirmed what we already suspected: there are more opportunities and better compensation for fluent English speakers. Are you considering studying in an Intensive English Program to improve your personal, academic, or professional opportunities, but are concerned about the cost? CCB School of Atlanta offers certified and highly knowledgeable instructors at very competitive prices. Shop around. We are the only CEA Accredited private ESL school in Atlanta, but our tuition is lower than our competitors. In short, we ARE the best ESL value in Atlanta and Duluth.