LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||11/JUL/2011 11:53 PM|
|Assunto:||vídeos em inglês na internet|
Gilberto, I really don´t know how tight your budget is or how much time you have. Anyway, I can say to you that you can learn a lot on a budget (not spending much).
There´s the Mag Speak Up, and others, you can listen the BBC if you want the British English.
You can always have the option of a teacher in-house, or in certain courses.
What you shouldn´t say and do, is to condition your learnship: "if it is not this or that way, I give up". Remember, where there´s a will, there´s a way, if one don´t learn from one teacher he can learn from another, with another method etc.
Awhile ago, I studied Management, and I would buy plenty of second-hand books, would use "Xerox" copies of some books, would come early to the Uni and ask more advanced students to teach me! My budget was tight, but I studied, I didn´t let it hamper my apprenticeship...
Well, let´s wait others disscuss and share their stories and views, I am sure that others ideas will come up to help you.
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