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November 21, 2014


Spoken English Practice To Enter Japanese Market

Premier Spoken English program Spoken English Practice, today announced the company is looking to enter the Japanese market in the first half of 2015. This announcement underscores Spoken English Practice's continued dedication to providing an innovative solution to thousands of non native English speakers who are trying to improve thier English skills around the world.

Spoken English Practice's unique approach is based on the core belief that the best way to improve one's ability to speak in English is to have real conversations with native English speakers. However, this is an extremely difficult thing to do if you are not living in a non English speaking country. Spoken English Practice provides a reliable platform where you can practice English speaking with native speakers over an extended period of time.

"90% of non native English speakers agree that the best way to improve Spoken English is to have real conversations with native speakers.You can learn all the grammar rules in the universe, you can memorize millions of words, but if you don't practice speaking English with native speakers, you will not become fluent" said Liam Walker, Program Director, Spoken English Practice.

About Spoken English Practice

Award-winning English speaker training program, Spoken English Practice have helped over 9,000 non native English speakers improve their English Speaking skills in over 40 countries.

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