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How to start improving my English using Free or Inexpensive Self-Study Plans

Authoritative and Information Packed Interactive Discussion:

A language teaching professional from Cambridge University Press Free will answer questions about how to establish an incredibly inexpensive Self-Study English Plan.

Meetup Agenda will include:

1- How to set goals for self-study English improvement

2- Tips for using free or inexpensive online learning programs

3- Take Cambridge University Press English Placement Test to assess your current ability.

4- Learn which program in best for you from a knowledgeable Cambridge Rep.

5- Try out various online programs

6- Receive TWO WEEKS FREE on "Lets Talk Online"

All participants will have the opportunity to take the official placement test from Cambridge University Press. Based on your results, you will have the chance to use a number of Cambridge Online products and finally you will be given a free 2 Week Membership to Lets Talk Online which is the Online English Learning used by some of the top Japanese companies.

This Meetup will welcome our guest Robert Habbick who is the Asia Digital Marketing Manager of Cambridge University Press. Robert has been in teaching and publishing since 1985, working as a teacher, teacher-trainer, Director of Studies, editor and sales consultant in Asia. In 1989, Robert received a certificate of appreciation and commendation from the Japanese Ministry of Education for his extensive work in education. Directly upon graduation, Robert went to Japan where he worked for the city government of Nishinomiya City in Hyogo Prefecture and afterwards joined Oxford University Press as the salesperson for Western Japan. After 5 years of being the top sales person for Oxford Japan, he was promoted to Branch Manager of Western Japan in charge of the sales team. Building on his 13 year career with Oxford University Press Robert is now the Digital Marketing Manager for Cambridge University Press Asia. In addition to his own sales activities in Asia, he oversees and supports 45 sales people in 9 countries from Japan to Malaysia and Indonesia and is the consultant for the sales teams in Australia and India.

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    Can't you just grab someone off the street and pay them to talk to you? Someone grabbed me at a party, and paid me some money to speak Japanese to an American guy

    February 27, 2013

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