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Yes! We have a free taster course here. Please note, this does not give you access to the live Q&A sessions available on our paid courses.
Artikul8's courses are designed with advanced speakers of English in mind - we therefore recommend you have an IELTS score of at least 4.5 in speaking and listening in English before starting one of our courses.
You can set up your navigation / dashboard in our courses in a number of languages by clicking on Admin Dashboard, Settings, Learning Content, Language settings when logged in to your account. However, please note, the course content (audio clips, video files, instructions and Q&A sessions) will still be in English.
You get 3 months to complete a course. As long as you send us an e-mail us within 2 weeks of the end date of your course, we'll happily extend you for another calendar month for free - contact us here here.
Yes! Once you've worked your way to the end of your first course, we offer you a discount if you then wish to sign up for a second course.
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You can get direct advice and feedback on this during our Q&A sessions. We recommend that you record yourself speaking in English before and after your course. Ideally, we recommend you record the same sentences or story for 60 seconds. This will give you a clear picture of your progress. Our listening tasks provide automatic scoring to provide immediate feedback. Please note, if you access Artikul8's courses through your company, tailored support is provided differently.
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Good question! The short answer is because we are highly qualified professionals. Speech & Language Therapists are actually the only professionals who are trained to change or introduce new pronunciation patterns. We have to pass specialist exams to be able to do this and have to meet certain ongoing professional standards that ensure quality. Don't take our word for it - ask the Royal College of Speech & Language Therapists, our professional body in the UK - www.rcslt.org.
This is a very common question. It really does depend on when you started to learn English and your level of exposure to it. Check out our blog article - here - for more information.
Yes! Check out our page for ELT professionals here!
Not at the moment, but we are keeping this under review!
All information about the live Q&A sessions is provided after you sign up to a paid course. If you have signed up for a course and not received this information, please follow the link to join the online community at the start of your course or e-mail us here.
Simply e-mail us here with your contact details and we'll sort it for you.