CRIENGLISH.com Web Editor: Luo Dan
CRI host Xu Qinduo and Ms. Watanabe in CRI studio. [Photo: CRIENGLISH.com]
For many people in China, learning English can be a very tough process. But if you think the situation is difficult here in China then you might be interested to know that ití»s actually worse in Japan and South Korea.
So, just how tough is learning English in Japan? Earlier, I had the chance to talk with Setsuko Watanabe, an English teaching expert from Japan. Ms. Watanabe lectures in English-language studies and specializes in self-generated task-based and project-oriented teaching to Japanese students.
I began by asking about her unique teaching style to help people improve their English skills.
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