We at the English Language Audit are committed to your success.
English is fast becoming the world language! If you can speak English well you can communicate effectively with people in most countries around the world.
Speaking English well, however, is not an easy task. English has so many irregular patterns and structures. Now, the English Language Audit has simplified improving your English because we have identified some of the most common errors that advanced English learners make. We provide resources to help you correct these errors and enhance your speaking ability.
Also, we have developed several workbooks that have a unique approach to teaching English that takes into account an English learner’s first language. Many repeated errors or confusions that English learners make in syntax, pronunciation and grammar are related to their first language. Many Asian language speakers have trouble, for example, omitting the “s” ending in plurals. This is related to their first language which may not, as in the case of Chinese, have separate singular and plural forms for nouns.
We hope you will use the workbooks and the Audit™ to improve your English-speaking skills. You can find out more about our unique approach by going to Method.
We at the English Language Audit welcome your suggestions for new language resources. Use the email on our Contact Us page to send us your ideas.
Also, do you want to share your English language journey with others? Add your stories, ideas, and helpful tips on the Blog we have created for you. BLOG here!
The Director of English Language Audit is Anita J. Prince, who has been an English as a Second Language (ESOL) teacher for over 15 years. She completed a master’s degree in English as a Second Language at Trinity College, an MBA in Marketing and International Business from New York University and an undergraduate degree in English and French from Wellesley College.