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FAQs - Help
Enga’s resources are designed for all levels of English learners. Some things might be more challenging than others, but we do our best to adjust to all students and learning styles. Given our experience, teaching all levels and ages, including young children and the elderly, we have obtained a broad toolbox to help you on your learning journey and avoid the frustration of misunderstandings. We also speak Spanish, French, and Dutch and have a foundational understanding of German, Portuguese, and Italian.
Please do not hesitate to get in touch in your language.
Our materials are designed to make people who feel this way feel safe. Our materials are for learners and we have a variety of levels, so even if you don’t understand everything, you’ll understand something else. Often, our materials go with written notes, transcripts, captions or vocabulary lists to help. Plus, all the materials aim to build your confidence in general! And if you’re still finding it a challenge – we are here to help you, so just ask.
All live sessions take place on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Check out the times and full schedule here.
You can use all our free materials as a trial. If you wish to try a yoga class or conversation class, simply send a message to Annie here. As a member, you’ll have access to all courses, challenges and learning material included in the Continuing Education Membership to use as inspiration for your own classes and personal and professional development.
You get a certificate of completion for every live or recorded training you assisted. On the online learning platform, watch the replay and mark your lesson as complete so we know when to send it to you.
If you are a member, you have access to the included courses at all times. When you cancel your subscription, your access lasts until the date of your last payment’s expiration. If you’ve bought a course, you’ll have lifelong access to it.
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