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Monday, January 16, 2006

T.I.P.S – To Improve, Practice Skills

Tired of studying English through basic grammar practice? There are many other creative ways to practice and improve your language skills than just by using a textbook.

Do you have some free time after school, on evenings or on weekends? A great way to spend your time and to get in some English practice is to become a volunteer. As a volunteer, you can work with local people, get great experience and practice your English skills.

In Vancouver, you can check out the Go Volunteer website - http://www.govolunteer.ca/search/ . Click on “Browse by Activity” and you will find listed below all of the activities that you can volunteer for. Choose the one that best suites your experience and interest.

Volunteering is not only a good way to gain experience and practice your English, but it also looks very good to potential employers on your resume.

If you would like more information on T.I.P.S for English, please email Doctor English with your questions at drenglish@vec.ca.

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