CONTEST ALERT! “Don’t Speak Good. Speak Well!“ Book Giveaway

“Nosebleed” The word perfectly captures how many of us feel every time we struggle with English language. Just like a “selfie”, the word has become a snapshot of ourselves, in that moment, when the mind goes blank, trying to come up with the right English word. It is one of our many inside jokes that shows off our ability to laugh at ourselves, as well as our capacity to keep trying.

Don’t Speak Good. Speak Well! The “Nosebleed” Edition is our contribution to Filipinos who want to improve their English skills – nosebleeds and all.

The book starts with Filipinisms and how we can say them better. Three major areas of English are also discussed in the book: grammar, expressions and conversation strategies, and pronunciation.

Aside from all the useful information, the book also gives you unlimited access to specially made audio and video files on our website. You’ll be able to practice what you learned by doing the interactive exercises.

Each book is sold at an introductory price of P590 per copy, but since the book has been getting rave reviews ever since its release, we’ve decided to raffle off a few copies! It’s our way of saying “Thank You” for all your support these past months.

If you’re interested to improve your English skills for FREE, just follow the instructions on the Rafflecopter app below to earn entries! Each week, we’ll be announcing a new winner so share and comment away to get more chances of winning!

1st winner – Fiby Sophia

2nd winner (July 10)

3rd winner (July 17)

4th winner (July 24)

5th winner (July 31)

 

We wish you the best of luck!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

8 responses to “CONTEST ALERT! “Don’t Speak Good. Speak Well!“ Book Giveaway”

  1. Danielle says:

    Because I badly need to improve my English in the workplace

  2. Joy says:

    I want to improve my English communication.

  3. sandz says:

    I really want to learn more and improve my english skills.

  4. Robin says:

    Because english is the language of science, of aviation, computers, diplomacy, and tourism. Knowing English increases my chances of getting a good job in a multinational company within my home country or of finding work abroad.

  5. Rodante De la Rosa says:

    i want to improve my english communication .

  6. Gloria says:

    You become more when you speak and write with confidence 🙂

  7. Cecille E. Cruz says:

    “Communication skills” is the “lifeblood” of your career. Almost 99% must be delivered in English. Therefore, it’s 100% “a must” to master it.

  8. Louie Clores says:

    HI is it available in the local bookstore?

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