Saturday Group Conversation Circle

Saturday group iSpeak ENGLISH! Conversation Circle
at Brand New Way Japanese Agency in Toronto

If you are in Toronto, we offer group sessions on Saturdays.

Level A from 10:15 a.m. to 1:15 p.m.
Level B From 1:45 p.m. to 4:45 p.m.

Saturday Conversations circle are hosted very close to Yonge and Bloor at the address below:

Brand New Way
14A Isabella Street
Toronto, ON
M4Y 1N1

Taking a trial lesson in this group class is a good way to experience our teaching methods.

How to make a reservation for the group class

Option 1click here to see our class schedule and reserve your free trial class.


Option 2 – Complete the form below and request a free trial class.

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Your Trial Class Date (Request any date)

Class Time

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Information in Japanese (about our method)
Information in Japanese (about our classes)

Why is it important to try the lesson?

We invite all students who are interested in our English language program to try the class before registering.
This is a good idea because you can meet our teachers and experience our teaching method in order to make sure it is the right
learning method for you.

What do most students say after they try the lesson?

After trying our English language classes most students tell us that they enjoyed the class.
They like our teachers because they have a lot of knowledge and experience and they focus on each and every student in the class equally.

Students also tell us that they like it when our teachers correct their mistakes and explain why it is a mistake and how to fix it.
When our teachers explain a grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation or any other point they don’t need a textbook.
They have a lot of experience and knowledge so they know how to help you improve in every area of the English language.

How many students will be in the class?

Students who take a trial lesson with us especially like the fact that we have small class sizes.
Each class has an average of 4 or 5 students in it (sometimes even fewer!).

Being in a small class means that your teacher can give you more attention and answer more of your questions.
In English conversation classes it means that you will have a lot of time to practice your speaking.
Finally, having more help from your teacher means that you will improve more quickly.