Brazil ranks poorly when it comes to proficiency and fluency in English. Brazil is behind most countries in South America when it comes to English proficiency. This means the country and its people must change the way they have historically looked at English language learning. As I have mentioned in previous posts, there are many things that can be done. Individual awareness of this fact, and adding English Language studies to the list of priorities is a good start. But, real change will come when leaders realize this and decide to embrace a program for change and success. First, Brazil needs to create programs to bring in qualified teachers, while also creating programs for children to enroll in successful English courses at a young age and continuing on until they acquire proficiency. Young adults must be able to enroll in English courses that will help them build real fluency and proficiency. This is just a start.
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