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Selangor Public Library Is Offering 12 Language Courses For As Low As RM10 An Hour!


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Looking to pick up a fresh, new activity during the mundane lockdowns?

The Selangor Public Library (PPAS) is currently offering multiple online language classes for as low as RM10 an hour!

They had previously taken to their Facebook page to showcase the 12 languages offered.

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They wrote, “Selangor Public Library is now offering 12 online language courses! Did you know that with the mastery of a foreign language in addition to your mother tongue, you may get better career opportunities in the future?”

Basic level classes come with a fee of RM10 per hour and each language class will be held four times a month, in a three-month course.

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You can choose from 12 languages including:

  • English
  • Mandarin
  • Arabic
  • Turkish
  • German
  • Tamil
  • Spanish
  • Italian
  • Japanese
  • French
  • Dutch
  • Korean

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“What are you waiting for? Choose the language you are interested in and register at the link provided,” they added.

However, due to the high traffic of interested parties, you may experience difficulties in securing a spot for the language that you are interested in, but PPAS is currently in the process of opening up more slots for their online language classes.


Are you looking for a freelance job?

Additionally, if you are someone who speaks the above mentioned languages, PPAS is looking to recruit freelance teachers!

You can reach out to them at [email protected]

What do you think about this? Let us know in the comment section.


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