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Pronunciation Tips with Julie (Pt. 1)

A common challenge for students learning English is the proper pronunciation of regular verbs in the past tense.  There are three distinct variations, depending on the verb. Instructor Julie Dean has taught English pronunciation at…
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ESL Tips

TOEFL Tips with Kerri (Part 2)

As mentioned in our last post, many MLC students study English because they plan to take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) exam.  We want students to be as prepared as possible before…
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ESL Tips

TOEFL Tips with Kerri (Part 1)

Many MLC students study English because they plan to take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) exam.  TOEFL is a standardized test that measures the English ability for foreign students attempting to enroll…
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Student Stories

2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang

Photo Credit: https://en.wikipedia.org Here at MLC, we have many Korean students learning English with us.  This year, their country will host the 2018 Winter Olympic Games.   The games will be held in PyeongChang, which is located…
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Student Life

Student Spotlight – Muhtdi Alkadhim

Last week we talked with Muhtdi Alkadhim for MLC Student Spotlight.  Muhtdi is from Saudi Arabia and has been studying English at Michigan Language Center for about 4 months.  Here is an excerpt from our conversation:…
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American Life

Winter Weather Tips

One of the great advantages to studying English in Michigan is the opportunity to experience all four seasons.  Right now, we are in the winter, which lasts from December 21st to March 20th. Winter in…
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Student Life

Student Spotlight – Gabriel Guevara

This month we talked with Gabriel Guevara for MLC Student Spotlight.  Gabriel is from Caracas, Venezuela. He studies English at MLC and plays baseball for Concordia University.  Here is an excerpt from our conversation: “Who…
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