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There’s no substitute for taking a course at Aim, but there are plenty of things you can do outside class to accelerate your progress: 1. Bring more English into your


What’s the first contact that potential customers make with your business? Chances are it’s with a receptionist, either on the phone or in your office. So how well is your


Have you got an exam coming up? Or are you planning to go off to university and you know there will be lots of exams over the next few years?


New Year Resolutions

by Aim | Blog | Dec 17, 2013 | Leave a comment

So it’s nearly 2014. It’s odd that we look forward to the changing of the calendar year with a mixture of hope and expectation, almost as if it represents a


We never get tired of people asking us questions. Quite the opposite – one of our major goals here at Aim is to encourage an inquisitive mind. People who ask


It’s a problem we see time and time again – students so worried about not making grammatical mistakes that they are afraid to speak. ‘takut salah!’ Let’s be clear: language


WH Whyte publish his work, “The Organization Man,” in 1956. The work represents an initial effort – perhaps even very first attempt – to describe the impact of the culture


IELTS examiners are often asked to help students by revealing the scoring criteria, or perhaps giving a few ‘insider tips’ which IELTS preparation courses wouldn’t ordinarily include. While revealing the


Mandarin vs English

by Aim | Blog | Jun 14, 2011 | Leave a comment

Back in the day, when I was at school in England (this was a long time ago!) we all had to learn to speak French. This was mainly because France

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