IWTYAL 140: I’m in the wrong class!

Denise asks: “My class in the local English school isn’t right for me. Help!”

In this episode:

  • Self-taught learners and language schools don’t always mix
  • It’s important to be in the right level of class
  • There maybe many opportunities to speak English locally

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  • Denise

    Hello, Olly!

    Thanks for answering my question. I took the placement test again (my teacher made me do it) and I changed my English level. Now I’m a advanced student. The classes are really great because we have to speak the language all the time. It is challenging. I still study alone at home too, what makes my skills improve day after day. Oh, I’m glad you liked my English, I know I’m not too good at it, but I will never give up. Your podcast helps a lot of people, including me.

    Denise Miranda.