Come to California ESL Language Academy and attend our FREE Grammar Boot Camp.

When you move to a new country the most difficult part is the new language. And the most difficult part of a language is the grammar.
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Feb. 12, 2013 - PRLog -- Our goal at California ESL Language Academy is to make sure that every student reaches his or her goals and can use what they learn after leaving the classroom. That is why we are planning a FREE Grammar Boot Camp once a month. You will be taught important grammar rules and practices, some great American idioms and survival language. We will also give students assistance with sentence structure and parts of speech.  One of the most difficult parts of language for both language learners and native speakers is pronunciation and enunciation.  In the FREE Grammar Boot Camp you will receive direct assistance and improvement with your speech patterns and accent reduction.
When?: The first Saturday of EVERY Month from 10.00am until 12.00pm

Where?: At California ESL Language Academy in Culver City

Our Topics are:

March 2nd: Grammar Tense Comparison Boot Camp (e.g. Be going to vs. will, Past Perfect Continuous and many more)
April 6th: Everyday English (e.g. Idioms, Local Lingo and many more)
May 4th: Parts of speech (e.g. Prepositions, Articles and many more)
June 1st: Pronunciation and Enunciation (e.g. –ed endings, stress patterns and many more)

All participants will be entered into a raffle to win great prizes to help you improve your English language skills!

Seating is limited, so register now to save your seat for this FREE Grammar Bootcamp at California ESL Language Academy.  Register at

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