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Your ESL and English language learning specialist. Ask Dr. English whatever you like about the English language.

Friday, February 24, 2006


Here is a chance for you to have your questions answered by Doctor English. Today’s question is:

Is it possible to learn a second language (English for that matter), through on line gambling ?

This is a very interesting question. Unfortunately, I am not very familiar with on-line gambling, and therefore am not sure how much English is actually required to participate. In addition, gambling has been found to be addictive for some people, and therefore is not endorsed by Doctor English.

There are however many, many resources available on the Internet that can aid in your English learning. It is important to find something that interests you, so try doing a search for on-line newspapers, chats, or other activities where you can practice your English. Be aware that while the Internet is great tool, it is also important to have face-to-face practice in English.

Thank you for sending your questions. If you have any further queries, please email Doctor English at drenglish@vec.ca


  • Hi Dr. English,
    I have a question for ya - I grew up in Canada but have been living in the US for about 20 years now. How come my Canadian accept, which has all but disappeared, always comes back the minute I step foot across the border?

    BTW, I found your blog while keyword searching on the term Biz Talk. You might find interesting and useful another Biz Talk that's for independent business professionals like yourself - http://www.biznik.com/biztalk

    By Anonymous Dan McComb, at 1:30 a.m.  

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