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PRODUCTION NOTES

PRODUCED BY: George Angelescu
HOST: Patricia Angelescu
NARRATOR: Doug de Nance
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: George Angelescu
CO-PRODUCERS: Dan Toma, Florin Arnaut
Mark Foerderer, Tim Miron
DIRECTOR/WRITER/EDITOR: George Angelescu
SCRIPT CONSULTANT: Robert Long
MUSIC DIRECTOR: Romulus Boieru
GRAPHICS, ANIMATION: George Angelescu
COPYRIGHT: C21ETV Inc.
& George Angelescu
The Producers' main intention in creating this TV series was to help people gain the competence in the English language that they need to be successful in the every day life, in business, social, and public relations.

The instructional approach of the series is different from the traditional classroom teaching methods. The program does not include specific theme entries, which usually makes learning less efficient. Nor was it shot in classroom environment, because that would have distracted the learners' attention.

The series describes in brief rules subject entries that are integrated parts of the spoken English. By setting out brief rules, we did not explain each individual grammatical term. The general terms in the program are used in the grammar of other languages, as well as in English.

The concept of the program makes it easier for non-natives to learn English, and native English speakers gain a greater insight into the structure of a language that is at its heart, very simple in essence.

All explanations in the program have been keyed to three governing principles: (1) clearness, (2) liveliness, and (3) appropriateness. These principles help speakers and learners of English develop better judgment in language matters related to speaking and writing situations.

SYNOPSIS & SUBJECT ENTRIES THE SUBJECT OF ENGLISH PRODUCTION SPECIFICS


WHETHER YOUR'RE A NATIVE OR NON-NATIVE SPEAKER OF ENGLISH, IMPROVE YOUR LANGUAGE SKILLS

Most people don't believe they can learn English on their own, but you can learn English on your own. Do you know why you can? It is because you are a thinker. There are two kinds of people - imitators [about 80%], and thinkers [about 20%]. Imitators emulate other people’s behaviors. They sign up for English classes – for example - simply because others sign up for English classes. An imitator buys the same model of a fridge like his neighbor – the same Television set. Imitators believe that learning must happen only in class environment, because education is based on school, they say. They can’t believe that people can learn English in other ways, because nobody has shown them a better way.

You are a thinker, not an imitator. Therefore, you must motivate yourself to practice everyday. If you practice every day, your English will improve. Motivate yourself to study regularly. Study 20 to 30 minutes, every day. Practice every day. Everyday study will help you improve your English language skills. Practice the rules and patterns you learn. Practice words pronunciation, write, and practice sentence pronunciation and structures.

To get your English right, simplify both your speech and writing. If you do so, you will improve not only your speech and writing, but also your listening and reading. If you practice writing, you will so discover your language weaknesses, and will improve your overall skills. Writing is equally important for both native and non-native speakers of English. Writing improves the ability to use the language. If you write, you think about the language and think in the language. And, don't forget, if you make complicated sentences, you will most than likely make errors.