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Everyone is talking about The American Institute as the new leading provider of English language training in the Philippines.
The prestigious American Institute, located in Makati and Quezon City, is the Philippines' leading service provider of English training and career development, specializing in English proficiency, communication, grammar, writing, American accent, confidence building, standard test preparation (IELTS/TOEFL), critical thinking, and public speaking. We have revolutionized and innovated English language learning in the Philippines by offering specialized courses that will not only teach you how to speak English well, but also to think critically and analytically; you will not find any English learning institution with higher standards and better staffed than we are.
NOW HIRING: English Language Specialist and Language School Agent
HOW: Simply stop by one of our offices for an immediate interview. Bring your cover letter and resume.
Has this question ever crossed your mind? Sometimes, I give a little thought of this. What does it feel? How will I die? Im just hoping that I will die with a cause. Not being killed or experienced hardship/tortured prior to death. I hope I made most of my time to do right things for my family and friends. I hope when that time comes, my family are emotionally and finacially secured so they can continue their lives to the fullest. And for that I will have peace. (-_-) ; (-/\-) Continue
I know some free programs at http://www.icyd.net/ALS/. They offer free high school diploma and they are accredited by DepEd. Maybe AIEPRO can partner with ICYD for some free period of quality English training. Do you know free education programs around your area?Continue
Started by Starlight from Dark Infinity in General - Education and The Academe Nov 19.
Some situation at Tacloban City at least have shown that the disaster contingency plan of our country is not organized enough for an immediate effective response. It took several days to attend to the needs of survivors at some areas. It seems the expectations and assumptions of both local and national government concerning disaster have to be updated. For example, during the planning session, would one rely on the supposed affected local government to adequately and immediately respond to the disaster? Part of the contingency plan therefore is to provide an immediate emergency support coming from the outside of the affected local government areas. This support then will need better coordination with the affected areas, thus, radios will be needed since the storm can disable power lines. In turn, the soon-to-be-affected local government has to do its duties well before and during the disaster and there has to be a rule for local and national government for immediate evacuation in such…Continue
Started by Starlight from Dark Infinity in General - Politics, Society, and Community Nov 19.
If you have not seen it yet, try this. When you buy your next powdered juice drink read the ingredients label and search for 'powdered fruit concentrate' or any that will say it has the natural ingredients. Most of the powdered juice drinks today do not have the real fruit ingredient but they use a photo of real fruits on their sachets. This mismatch can also suggest doubt on natural flavors they added to the powdered drink, that even these may have been manufactured and does not exactly came from a real fruit.Continue
Started by Starlight from Dark Infinity in General - Health, Fitness, and Beauty Nov 19.
Are you an atheist? Or are you a believer?I emerged into this world a Catholic and yet in my early I years I did question my faith because of my inclination to science. I decided to find out and read the Bible while considering it as a form of metaphor. Even in this kind of perspective, I found that it is more reasonable to believe in God than to become an atheist; with reasons not due to other things such as fear or pressure from peers etc, but from the point of view of a person reflecting on his own consciousness and the beginning of this world, and how these matched with the messages of the Bible. Both science and the Bible imply that there is that which powerful enough that gave rise to this universe and the Bible call it God, and science may call it something else.What makes you stay in the faith? What makes you leave?Continue
Started by Starlight from Dark Infinity in General - Religion and Spirituality Nov 19.
We had a live version in class for this exercise.Here's one thing you can do.Create a conversation between two people using the following words:1. smile2. running3. computer4. enemies5. sporadic6. insinuate7. justice8. global9. carelessness10. simplicityPick from these roles:1. Police - criminal2. Parent - child3. Sinner - saint4. Best friends fighting5. Photographer - model6. Director - actor7. Lovers arguing8. Sisters 9. Husband - wife10. Colleagues11. Supervisor - employee12. Priest - prostitute13. Driver - passenger14. Waiter - customer15. Lawyer - clientOR CREATE YOUR OWN. Make sure to underline the words you're using.Example:Dad: There is no justice in this world. I can't believe he's found innocent. He's as guilty as a crook!Son: I know dad. Look at that smirk on his face. He even smiles for the camera.Dad: Yes. If this news goes global, it will put our country to shame.Son: We are going to make enemies. The whole world will think that we are a lawless country...And you…Continue
When I first went to the United States, I had difficulty speaking English. In fact, I didn't speak English very much. And the English I spoke, I spoke it with a horrible accent. At least my peers made me feel horrible. I didn't want to be made fun of by other kids, so I vowed to master English.
I read voraciously. I joined theater for four years. I joined debate and mock trial. I joined speech competitions. I joined everything I could get my hands on so that I could continue to polish my English and communication skills. In college I continued to debate and compete in speaking competitions. In…Continue
Posted by Chris Delacruz - AIEPRO on October 24, 2013 at 10:00am
At The American Institute, we teach English and communication skills to empower the student. The student becomes more confident with a stronger, more opinionated, and have a more critical voice by building on his or her English and communication skills. In fact, the very reason why most of our students do not have great communication skills and are lacking confidence is because the taxpayers' money have not been put to proper use, such as in education.
So on August 26, 2013, some of us will go to Luneta Park to join the #MillionPeopleMarch to empower ourselves and lend our voice to those who cannot be heard: the poor, the needy, the impoverished, the sick, the disadvantaged, and the abused. …Continue
Several students who have fairly good English skills still would like to improve their English skills but they don't know how. There are, however, factual ways to progress your English skills. Every time a student asks me how they can improve their English, I provide them a few suggestions and always observe, after some time on, if they follow what I tell them, their English skills improve dramatically. So, if you too want to improve your English skills, follow these few tips and you'll be amazed at how quick you can learn more English.
The importance of the English language can’t be overemphasized. Comfort and natural with English is more or less a qualification for an accomplishment in the world nowadays. In spite of of the industry, proficiency in English is an essential factor in both hiring and promotion decisions. A lot of us have studied English in school and are rather comfortable with reading and writing. On the other hand, we hesitate as speaking because we sense…Continue
When selecting a school, most students consider its location as an important factor in their decision. They certainly don’t want to spend half their day commuting to a school located far. Some even consider having a good selection of eateries and restaurants close to the school a great thing. Others might even want a school that’s located in a tourist destination. Enter the American Institute for English Proficiency. One reason it is considered the best English school in the Philippines is that it has three locations: Makati, Quezon City and Baguio. The Makati branch is just minutes away from the MRT Ayala station and easily accessible by taxi or passenger jeepney. With its proximity to Greenbelt, there is a wide selection of places to eat. The Quezon City branch is just as conveniently located, close to the MRT GMA station and is walking distance from the restaurants along Timog. For students who want a different experience, the Baguio branch is a great place to learn. …Continue
Most people want to improve our communication skills, especially English. But there are many different opinions on the best way to achieve this. Some people say through academics. Some say practical application. Others say an environment where everyone is encouraged to learn and improve. What better place to get all these than at the American Institute for English Proficiency. Here, students are inspired by Specialists. Most have been to or lived in North America. Not only do students learn the different rules in English, they also get to apply what they learned through different activities like public speaking and conversations. There are also numerous social events. An actual social setting is a great way to practice your English, right? So yes, you can improve your English academically, through practical application and choosing an environment that encourages learning. At AIEP, it is also about the culture. English is our culture.
The American Institute for English Proficiency is the best English school in the Philippines and one of the reasons is the quality of their English Specialists. We all come from different backgrounds: theater, music, hospitality, teaching, etc. These bring a unique style or approach to imparting knowledge and inspiring students. Furthermore, we all have the North American culture. Most of us have lived or visited the United States or Canada. What better way to learn the culture than from someone who’s experienced it? But what really sets us apart from others is that we all strive in impromptu situations! We easily adapt and we love it! It's what we're good at! I am an English Specialist at the American Institute for English Proficiency and yes, we are a special breed!
Posted by Rodney Urbano on June 26, 2013 at 5:31pm
The Philippines continues to get very good reviews when it comes to teaching English. Here is another article why international students should come to the Philippines to study English.
The growing number of foreign students flocking to the Philippines to learn English has prompted a London-based news website to call it "the world's low-cost English teacher."
"There might be other countries that people think about as a classic place to learn English, such as the U.K., the U.S. or Australia. But there is one key reason that…
Posted by Chris Delacruz - AIEPRO on June 14, 2013 at 11:00pm
Many people are inclined to study Business English as a necessity. It has become a necessity to many people who are inclined to succeed in their career. It is the usage of vocabulary used in trade, business presentations, finance and international relations, negotiations, meetings, correspondence, business writing, emails and so on. An example of this is when recently graduated college students prepare themselves to enter the job market. Here in the Philippines, a great deal of preparation is needed to qualify oneself to land a job and, more so in career advancement. According to Global English Corporation’s president Tom Kahl, “Poor Business English skills are bad for global businesses and this year’s Business English Index suggests that many companies will be hard-pressed to achieve their desired performance goals during 2012.” Last year, Global English Corporation, a US-based technology company, released the results of its annual Business English…Continue
Posted by Wynneal Inocentes on June 17, 2013 at 3:02pm
Before a live audience Accents
Having a good American Accent is an essential part of any actor’s, any singer’s, and any professional’s repertoire, and this is the perfect way of getting excellent opportunities to enroll in a very reasonably priced tuition fee. Here in the Philippines, the Filipinos are generally “music-lovers.” As they would spend their spare times singing, dancing to the music, and even imitate a performer, just for fun. Not only do Filipinos love music, they can’t live without it! You can’t imagine how songs can influence an individual –yet, this is another best way to learn English, be familiar with new vocabulary, and to hang out as well. It’s in our nature to be welcoming, outgoing, and conversational, too.
AIEP – American Institute for English Proficiency focuses in Neutralized American Accent. “Neutralized,” meaning it is a neutral accent that can be understood by all American and the rest…Continue
Posted by Liz Orale on June 17, 2013 at 5:35pm