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Pretty often when I work together with the local people in the Philippines, they comment:" Hey, Hudson, you do speak very good English. Where did you learn it?" I told them:" In China. At Colorful Domain English Club." They exclaimed then:" WOW, it must be a wonderful club."
Yes, it is, and it'll be a bigger wonder, I strongly believe. I've improved my English greatly after 3 years with the Club, what's more, I've learnt how to communicate with people, how to view and deal with issues wisely, how to treat friends warm-heartedly, even how to lead a team.
We're not learning English with the purpose of showing off our language skills if we'll have some, neither competing against others about whose English is better, whose is the best. We're using the language, as a tool, to better communicate, to influence, to impress our counterparts with our initiative, personality, expertise, interest, and charisma. Therefore, when we're working with someone, English is not the most important thing, though it'd be of great help if your English enables you to make yourself clear and impressive.
By this sense, the club plays a much better role than foreign English teachers, English courses and etc.
No matter what, there'll be millions whose English is better. But we'll be very welcome and working efficiently and successfully if we're comprehensively well-trained, versatile, selfishless, easy-going and communicative.
Do you agree, my friends?
Hudson in Manila