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    Question Teaching spoken English


    I am thinking of starting English conversation classes in my hometown of Bangalore (India), and would like to know how to go about doing so.

    I speak impeccable English and have a neutral accent.

    My classes will be in small groups of 3 to a maximum of 4 people, and I would like to get advice on how to make the sessions seem more relaxed, casual and not so, rigid.

    I hope to teach Indians and foreigners living here, for whom English is a second language.

    Please help me!



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    Re: Teaching spoken English

    What ages?

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