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We Don’t Just Teach Languages
If you’ve landed here then you have received one of my private business cards, or you’ve found out I am giving away some of my most closely guarded study and business secrets.
These are secrets I have discovered through years of study, also through teaching and mentoring over 40,000 people. I rely on them every day in my own career and personal life too.
After moving to Japan, I realized these techniques would also be a huge benefit to people who are looking for help in transforming their lives beyond just their relationships with others.
For example, the Synthetic Happiness Technique. Most people think having a lot of time and the ability to change their mind at any time is a good thing but in many situations, it’s actually better not to have a lot of choices and just quickly make a choice and stick with it. If the problems aren’t too difficult, don’t run away from them, or troubles that face you. In fact, they are exactly where you should go, and by facing them head-on, they will help you learn a lot quicker.
Lessons that are straight to the point and give you real-world, actionable items that you can start implementing immediately.
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Sapporo Language School AGreatDream
I warmly welcome you to Sapporo language school AGreatDream. If you are interested in improving your English skills or you are a beginner that needs help learning Japanese, you can take Japanese and/or English language lessons at affordable prices, just a short walk away from Sapporo Station.
- No sign-up fees.
- Classes tailored to suit your learning style or needs.
- Flexible scheduling: Choose how many minutes/hours you want lessons before starting.
- Lessons for adults or kids from around 3 years of age.
English as a Language in General
English is based on a simple alphabet, therefore it’s fairly easy to learn compared to other languages. It’s also the official language of about 60 countries, so it is the most commonly spoken language around the world. In total, roughly 1.5 billion people speak English worldwide (Internet World Stats) – and another billion or so are in the process of learning it.
According to W3Techs as of April 3rd, 2020, roughly 59.4% of the worlds webpages are written in English, compared to roughly 52% in 2017 (Internet World Stats.). The next most widely used language is Russian at 8.4% and then in 8th place, Japanese at 2.3%. Due to this, knowledge of English allows you to understand far more of the world’s intellectual resources. Within the Science Citation Index, an estimated 95% of articles are written in English despite only half being from English-speaking countries.
Internet World Stats. (2020). http://www.internetworldstats.com/stats7.htm
W3Tech.com. (3 April 2020). https://w3techs.com/technologies/overview/content_language
The Scientist. http://www.garfield.library.upenn.edu/papers/111111111111111111111111111111111mapsciworld.html