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Thank you for visiting Professional English Services' blog! Here you can post your questions concerning the PSC SLEs and the English language in general. Not only can you benefit from the combined knowledge of our students, but a trained and experienced English teacher will also answer your questions! It's like having your own personal language specialist - for free!


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Don't Procrastinate!

Posted by pro-english@rogers.com on January 19, 2020 at 9:55 AM Comments comments (1)
One of the biggest mistakes that students make is that they leave their evaluations and training to the last minute. We strongly suggest that you get assessed as soon as possible so that your proficiency is gauged, and you are fully aware of the time commitment it takes to reach your objectives. Often, students leave their assessments and training to the last minute and there is not enough time to complete all the hours of training. So, don't procrastinate! Book your appointment now.

Questions about Grammar?

Posted by pro-english@rogers.com on October 3, 2015 at 7:25 AM Comments comments (8)

Their/they're/there, it's/its, your/you're. Can't make head or tails out of it? :/ What did you say? Head or Tails?......confusing?

If you have questions about English grammar, why don't you post your question here and get an answer from our community members or from one of our expereinced trainers? Someone will reply! All answers from our community members are moderated for accuracy by our trainers.

Feel free to post as many questions as you want. This service is free and is intended to help the language-learning community:) Enjoy!

PSC SLE Test of Oral Proficiency (TOP) preparation tips

Posted by pro-english@rogers.com on October 3, 2015 at 7:10 AM Comments comments (0)

Everyone knows that theTest of Oral Proficiency (TOP) is tough. Here are 3 cool tips:


•Be confident! Fluency and confidence go hand in hand! If you are not confident in your language proficiency, why should anyone else be?

•Supply enough language to be assessed, but don't ramble on! Rambling on only confuses the listener. Know when to stop!

•Listen to the verb tense in the assessor's questions! It indicates to you which verb tense you should reply with!


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