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FISK - Language School
Brazil
The school offers high quality language courses since 1991. Was specially built to receive pupils of all ages, because we would all feel comfortable and ready to learn one of the languages offered here. We would like to thank all the students and parents of students who did and are part of our history and who contributed, directly or indirectly, to make one of the biggest schools Fisk Marília network. Our methodology consists in the development of the four skills: listening, speaking, reading and writing, since the first day of class. The Fisk knows the specific difficulties that the Brazilians are to learn a particular language, so there are more than 50 years, has been perfecting its method to make learning increasingly efficient and pleasant. Teach languages with high quality and social responsibility, cooperating for the cultural and intellectual development of students, faculty and staff, is our mission. We are pleased and happy with the service we provide to city of Marília over those years.
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