Salam. Last week I've joined one English Course at my office named Fasih Bahasa Inggeris (FBI). Actually i missed the session 1 of this course. This time i try hard to manage my time so that i can join this course. It was very interesting course with a great invited speaker from JB named M. Faisal Hanapiah. If you look at his appearance (like Ustaz with a long beard and his Songkok), you will never know that he could speak in English very well! Even the name of this course is FBI, it doesn't mean that you will become an FBI agent. Haha..
We learned so many things how to improve our English in terms of speaking. Because most of the time, our career needs us to communicate in English with outside people including industries people, exporter, importer, international delegates & etc. Even, as a government servant, there is no reason actually that you don't have to improve your English. So, I really thankful to be here as one of the participant because i really want to improve my English.
In this course, we have so much fun activities that could motivate us to speak in English. We had debating session, forum session, reading, words game and so on.
Debating session. Money or love, which is very important? ;)
This is the 'Kitab' that be given to us (except the Oxford Dictionary). I hope these books could giving me some motivation to be consistently improve my English.
After finished this course, we make promise on our self to speak in English at least for 7 days a row!
Thank you Mr. Faisal for sharing so much knowledge and tips how to be confident speaking in English. He said that so many graduates couldn't get a job because they can't speak well in English. Oh gosh! By the way, slso thank you very much to organizer who invited me to join this amazing course.
So guys, if you see my writing from now on will be in English language, this is because I've challenge myself after attending this English course. Haha.. We must SPEAK, LISTENING, WATCHING, THINKING even DREAMING in English!
Misya: We have spend too much time on Malay language, why don't we change that?