We had FUN in SLEU IIUM….again!

IIUM…our alma mater. Class of ’99.

After receiving a wonderful feedback from March ESB, we were invited again.   This time around we conducted ESB Playshop – more games (pair/group).  We had a fantastic time, and so did the audience, a mix of undergrads and postgraduate students from Indonesia, Bangladesh, Mauritius, Tajikistan, Algeria, Nigeria and of course, Malaysia!

It shows that our approach to language learning is global.  How to be good at English? USE it.

Special appreciation to Bro. Hanife and SLEU IIUM for organizing the program and to Bro. Razak who took part in the playshop.  

Here’s what one of the participant wrote in this blog right after the programme….

Muhammad Faaleh
http://www.falaah4eva.myminaret.com | falaah751@intnet.mu |

Asalamualaikoum, well it seemed that this was the 2nd seminar in IIUM. By the way, am Muhammad Faaleh from Mauritius, I was with you guys for 4hrs today! Truly, it was awesome; may you guys succeed and keep improving in your aims. I was really sad that some of my friends didn’t come to assist your seminar, they had truly miss loads. Well I am a very fluent speaker in more than 5 languages alhamdulillah including english, but whatever i gained through your seminar today was simply awesome. This is what is missing in the curriculum of our schools and universities. Especially the listening part, i realized that I couldn’t grasp the meaning of the lectures unless i choose to, and this was what i was missing the whole time in my life till now. Anyway I wish you best of luck and given am a new student in IIUM, hopefully i’ll be seeing you around insha Allah! Take care and Ramadan Mubarak to you and your family! And do keep it up! By the way bro Ridz, i’ll definitely vote for you in the election if ever this happen and also of course if i turned out to become a malay overnight! hehe Ma’assalam

From IIUM students’ comments on ESB, 2008/09/20 at 6:09 PM



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