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Q: An early english experience for young ones

So one of my friends has twins who are 5 years old. He wants them to start learning some simple English words but unsure if he wants the full teaching experience.

 

I was wondering if there was something less hardcore than classes (since they are only 5) but something that will get them in an English speaking environment. What would be a price range for this?

 

And if he does sign them up for classes, what kind of price range would he be looking at?

 

Many thanks

 

12 years 16 weeks ago in  Family & Kids - Shanghai

 
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Get the kids to listen to some songs by the wiggles. Kids love it, educational, and good with learning english in a fun way

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