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E & G International Language Center was founded on June 26, 2006. Its humble beginnings were braved by six teachers and five students. Since then, that number had grown sporadically. E & G is basically an ESL (English as a Secondary Language) school in Davao City. Its students originate mainly from South Korea and Japan. The students are taught the basics and dynamics of the English language. The school provides air-conditioned dormitory rooms, a dining hall which serves three square meals a day, numerous cubicles for both single and group classes, laundry services, room cleaning services, round-the-clock wifi service, competent office staff, a 24-hour CCTV system and security guard service. Despite the proliferation of various language centers around the country, E & G is an excellent choice by many prospective students. They are especially delighted about the breath-taking location of the school besides the sea fronting infamous Samal Island. The school is comfortably located nearby several huge malls and entertainment centers that provides relaxation for the students whenever they want to unwind. The locality is sprinkled with fast food and take-out counters as well as convenient outlets for immediate needs. The future goal of the school is to be able to bring in more students from South Korea and Japan and provide them with updated English teaching programs and bring it to a level of world-class compatibility.
Things You Will Learn From E & G International Language Center
Part 1 Picture Identification
You should always look closely at each photo and ask yourself:
Who is in the photo?
What objects are visible?
Where was the photo taken?
What are the professions of the people?
What actions are being performed?
What are the positions of the people and the objects?
Part 2 Question/Response
You will hear different types of questions. Determine what type of question is being asked and what the purpose of the question is. Some questions ask for information but others may be invitations, suggestions or comments.
Listen carefully to the beginning of the question, especially for question words such as who, what, where, when, how, how much, how many, etc.
Do not expect the answer to a question to contain the same verb and tense as the question.
Part 3 Reading Comprehension
Be familiar with the layout of common types of texts such as emails, memos or formal letters in order to facilitate your reading.
Read the title and the first line of the text to determine what kind of text it is and identify the main idea.
Remember that an answer may require that you understand information in different parts of the text.
Read both documents in order to understand the relationship between the two for the sections that feature double passages.
Remember that some questions will require you to cross-check information between the two documents. You should therefore allow more time for double passages.
Phone: 082-234-6839
Homepage: http://www.engdavao.com/
Total Employees: 36
Primary Line of Business: Language Center for English Management
Directory: Hanfil P. Kim, Chairman
President Kang Wook Park
Vice-president Jocelyn R. Esplaguerra
Corporate Secretary Joanne R. Mendez
Treasurer Alma O. Quilaton
Members: Bernardo P. Solon, Jonard Garino, Hoon Huh, Sora R. Kwak,
Geographical Market: South Korea, Japan

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