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EnglishCentral Launches New Comprehensive Vocabulary Learning System

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Includes tools to learn high-frequency vocabulary effectively Nagoya, Japan – November 5, 2019. EnglishCentral, the leading provider of online English conversations solutions, announced a new suite of vocabulary learning tools at this year’s Japanese Association of Language Teachers annual conference (JALT) held in Nagoya, Japan. The new suite of vocabulary tools were built on data…

EnglishCentral Launches New Speech Assessment Platform with Kirihara

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Tokyo, Japan – June 13, 2019. EnglishCentral, the leading provider of online English conversations solutions, and Kirihara Shoten, a leading provider of textbooks to the high school market in Japan, today announced the launch of the latest version of EnglishCentral’s AI-powered speaking assessment platform, IntelliSpeech℠ . The new version of IntelliSpeech℠ is able to accurately…

EnglishCentral now available on Moodle

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EnglishCentral’s library of 10,000 interactive videos lessons for English learning is now available on Moodle.  Moodle is an open source, learning platform with over 68 million users and 55,000 sites deployed worldwide. With our new Moodle module, teachers can now give students access to EnglishCentral’s unique video library, vocabulary learning and speaking technology, without giving…

EnglishCentral Opens New R and D Center in METU Technopark

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Ankara, Turkey – February 18, 2019 – EnglishCentral, the leading provider of online English conversation solutions, today announced the grand opening of an R&D center in Ankara, Turkey. EnglishCentral joined President Erdoğan of Turkey as part of the grand opening of the METU Technopark, IT & Innovation Center, a newly designated high-tech R&D Center in…

Teaching & Learning Vocabulary on EnglishCentral

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High Frequency Word Lists EnglishCentral offers a series of high frequency vocabulary lists to help identify gaps in students’ knowledge in Core Vocabulary. Core Vocabulary is a set of 2800 words used most frequently in daily life.  It covers ~92% of the English learners would see in newspapers, magazines, books, TV and movies.  It is…