Tuesday, 19 January 2021 09:26

EL PROFESOR DE INGLÉS DE LOS ABOGADOS

Patrick Beattie, CEO y fundador de Patch App, abre paso a su innovadora aplicación de idiomas para abogados

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El empresario británico Patrick Beattie ha desarrolado Patch App, la aplicación de idiomas para abogados, después de vivir y trabajar en Madrid durante más de 15 años. Desde el principio se sintió muy unido a España, su cultura y su gente. “Los españoles me recibieron muy bien. Mi mayor deseo es ver al país en armonía, porque su potencial es extraordinario. Ningún otro país tiene tal nivel de diversidad cultural y excelencia creativa. Enseñé inglés en España pero a cambio, España me enseñó la alegría, el amor y el agradecimiento ”.

Utilizando su amplia experiencia en la enseñanza de inglés a profesionales de alto rendimiento, Patrick desarrolló su innovador método de 15 minutos para ayudar a las personas a llevar su inglés hablado al siguiente nivel. Patrick explica por qué ahora trabaja exclusivamente con bufetes de abogados:

“Los abogados son personas ocupadas y esperan un servicio de alta calidad. Trabajar exclusivamente con bufetes de abogados significa que puedo concentrarme en hacer precisamente eso: brindar un servicio superior a través de la aplicación Patch de una manera que satisfaga las necesidades de los profesionales que tienen poco tiempo pero que aún se dedican a perfeccionar su inglés ".

“La aplicación Patch es diferente a las lecciones de inglés tradicionales porque nuestras sesiones de speaking duran solo 15 minutos, pero están disponibles en cualquier momento del día, desde las cinco de la mañana hasta las once y media de la noche, y siempre con profesores nativos. Tenemos usuarios que combinan su clase de inglés con sus desplazamientos diarios. Realmente disfrutan de la flexibilidad que esto les brinda"

“Quince minutos puede no parecer mucho, pero a lo largo de mis muchos años de enseñanza he descubierto que las sesiones de inglés hablado cortas y muy frecuentes son muy efectivas. Los usuarios de Patch App ven grandes mejoras en su inglés. La mayoría de los nuevos usuarios vienen a Patch porque están aburridos de perder el tiempo con las clases de video".

To try a free class visit: www.patch.app

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