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Started by a passion to help others whose mother tongue is not English, English Help at WA was inspired by a heart-warming group of people who want to assist speakers of other languages in their internet marketing business skills at Wealthy Affiliate.

Coming from all walks of life from different countries all over the world, their expertise is vast and knowledgeable. They have only your best interests at heart and are willing to help as best they can.

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  • Helen Doyle says:

    TA, let’s hope a great number of English first language speakers and writers come here too!

    So many need to.

  • Helen says:

    It’s not just the States that have this educational issue. Australia’s standard of education makes me want to pull my hair out.

    After all the feeling is to explain how to do’s in as many words as possible. I sit and listen to people explaining to their kids on thow to do basics in say Maths. I must admit I am (was – out of practice) good at most aspects of this subject but I CAN NOT UNDERSTAND how to do something after these wordy explanations.

  • Anne says:

    Thank you so much. This is a genius idea really.

  • Pj Germain says:

    Love your site. I feel terrible that U.S. schools have really gotten away from the principles of learning the English Language as when I was in school as a child. I love technology, don’t get me wrong, but I feel we learn so much more writing in English.

    Keep up the great work my friend!


    WA Rocks!

    • English Helper says:

      Thank you so much for your comment PJ! Great to have you visit our site and thanks for your commendation! It is a pity that the basic principles are not taught more often in schools. Let’s see this platform make a difference in many people’s lives!

    • Helen Doyle says:

      PJ & Edu, it’s not just US schools. It happens in many countries including Australia and Canada. My career is in engineering. I did this as a mature age student. I was appalled at the terrible English my fellow (straight from school) classmates spoke and wrote.

      One thing I had that they didn’t appear to have was a good grounding in English. When I first went to university in Canada, English was mandatory in the first year. After all even science and technology people need to put their thoughts and discoveries down in reports so others can learn about them. And a lot of the others are lay people and don’t understand techno speak.

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