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   Your child will speak clear English language!

   The first results can be noticed in a month!


No matter how much a Russian speaking / Ukrainian speaking teacher wants to teach your child to speak English, the teacher will still make (with quite rear exceptions) some tiny mistakes or will limit his/her speech being uncertain of some words or pronunciation.

Your child is safe with us as he/she learns his/her English with native speaker.

Why is this important? No matter who says what, both pronunciation and language use by Ukrainian/Russian speaking teacher significantly differs from pronunciation and actual language used by a native speaker. The child who has never studied with a native speaker will struggle with actual, real English language in life due to differences in pronunciation and sometimes quite different language structures favored by English native speakers and chosen by Russian teachers.

By studying with American or British teachers you increase your child learning efficiency by dozens of times!

Feedbacks left by our students:

"We’ve started studying English too late – at 6 years. I just have not thought until then that English studying can be earlier. With our younger daughter who is not 2 yet we have already started learning speak Ukrainian and English. Having learned from my own negative experience (even graduation with a Gold medal from the school with deepening English did not help me in life either to communicate or watch movies without subtitles) we decided to turnaround learning process with our daughter Ivanka.

No grammar, dictionaries or reading until the child gets the idea of English language from intonation and develop comprehension skills. I am sure that the key to success is in maximum integration of studying and natural life. English native speaking children first can hear the language a lot, then learn how to repeat, then can produce some words. Surprisingly, native speaking English children don’t start reading before they start speaking fluently more or less. Our public school education program teaches absolutely differently which results in only ability to translate with a dictionary at best.Peanut

When you meet a foreigner it is very unlikely that you will have time to consult with a dictionary, it is time to rely on your actual speaking and thinking in other language skills. That is why courses which offer learning English through games with native speakers caught our attention. We’ve seen them as so much desired supplement to our home studying which we practiced placing lots of emphasis on use of English in our life, in day-to-day life, watching cartoons listening to the songs and taking tutoring. In my opinion such experience of a child communication with native speaker is very important. First of all, she adopts correct pronunciation, sounds, intonation and lexical structures. Secondly, motivation of a child grows stronger. She sees real people who in reality speak in this language and thus it turns from abstract “need to study for the mark”, Buckyinto concrete “it is what I can do in a real life”. Thirdly, the world has become ever globalized and these kids will many times in their lives come across people from different countries, and in some way such studying impart the idea of multicultural world where we live. And it is actually how the things are and it is fun to discover it on your own.

Another important thing which I’ve realized when I also started to improve level of my English with kids is that public school used to teach me how to think about abstract topics and ideas but left totally blank in terms of daily life, day-to-day activities. A child changes diapers, swings on a swing, change a T-shirt and gets dirt on in puddles. How will they say all this? I think the answer is in real video- and audio materials made for native speaking English children, communication with native speakers is the best way to learn real as opposed to “scholastic”, booked-learned English. It is important to learn English which a child will be able to apply sometime when the need will come to communicate with real foreigners".

Olesya, mama of Ivanka Kravtsova (6.5 years)