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Have you ever thought…

What have I done wrongly?

I've tried many methods and bought assessment books but my boy doesn't seem to improve his Chinese. He dislikes attending classes and I don't know how to help him.

Why isn’t my child doing well in languages?

I dread going to Parent-Teacher Meeting at the end of each semester. The teachers say the same thing about my girl. She still scores badly in her English and Chinese exams.

What if my child falls behind?

I see the drastic drop in his English grades and I can't help but worry. It's lower than the average score of his cohort! There is not much time to PSLE…

If you have, you are in the right place.

Hi, I’m Rosalind, the founder of Fun Language Learning.

As a Bilingual Specialist, I help students achieve their personal best grades in English and Chinese languages by guiding them to develop effective language learning strategies and skills

Having taught local and international students in private and school settings over the last 10 years, I’ve seen many students struggle with languages.

Their eyes would glaze over when they are asked to do language tasks. They pay lip service and say ok but their work remains undone. Outside of lesson, they do not read or write.

Does the above sound familiar?

Fun Language Learning is here to support you with proven language study tips, strategies and materials that have worked well with students from 9 to 16 years old

How do I know my strategies and materials work?

I have tried them myself and produced results

I've used them to achieve fluency in multiple languages (English, Chinese and Korean) and hold the record of ‘A’ grades and distinctions for English and Higher Chinese in major exams even though I was in the triple science stream in my pre-university days.

My students have tried them and achieved spectacular results

My students have also achieved breakthroughs using my SPEED Language Learning methodology.

With little voices spurring me on, it has been a heartening journey:

Remember the game you played with me last time? I L-O-V-E it. Can we play it again?
said my 10-year-old student. He was referring to an English language game I had created 4 years ago to pique his interest in learning. Back then, he had close to zero English literacy and hesitated to speak in English. Today, he volunteers to speak in class and gives presentations in English with great confidence. He has since passed a stringent admission interview and was accepted into a renowned world-class international school.

Update 2021: This student is now 16 years old and taking his IGCSE English. He is so confident that he no longer needs to attend tuition classes. This is one of our objectives–to wean students off tuition classes by teaching them to become independent learners. While it seems counterintuitive to ‘lose’ a student, we are happy that the reason for the student leaving us is because we have imparted to him a greater skill for life– self-directed learning. 🙂

Teacher Ros, your class is different. It’s fun!
my 8-year-old student suddenly commented during a lesson. She was referring to craftwork, creative writing, story-telling games and other language learning activities which she enjoyed doing during my lessons. When she first joined my class, she disliked speaking in Chinese. Today, she tells elaborated stories in Chinese. Chinese is now one of her best subjects in school.

Update 2020: This student scored an A for her Chinese in PSLE and Chinese is still a subject she is keen on as she progresses to secondary school. While learning fatigue is a common issue among students, we are glad to ignite an interest in our students’ learning instead of causing fatigue in them. We focus on intrinsic motivation and not pushing the students for our glory. 🙂

Somehow, I have more confidence in English now.
said my 16-year-old student. When she first came to me, she had just received her GCE O level English results. She had failed with a D7 grade and her morale was at an all-time low. Within 8 months, she gained enough confidence to re-sit her GCE O level English paper and managed to achieve a B3 grade with her existing skills by applying the strategies I taught her.

Update 2018: This student went on to study at her dream school, MIT after graduating from a polytechnic here. Throughout her poly years, she kept in touch with us and continued to receive academic advice periodically. We are happy to have journeyed with her when she needed support the most.

What your children need to succeed

Language learning is a long journey. However, we can speed it up and make it enjoyable with the right strategies and activities. Your children need not be stuffed with knowledge for the sake of exams.

In this fast-paced information age, retaining an inquisitive mind is the key to success. As your children develop skills and strategies that ignite their interest in learning, they can learn anything effectively on their own.

This is why I created Fun Language Learning

Not to force-feed your children with tonnes of information but to help them develop effective language learning skills and strategies. With the right groundwork, they will be rewarded with the examination grades they desire.

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Thank you for dropping by. I hope you can give me a chance to add value to your child's language learning journey and bright future.


If you'd like to read my sharing with Zaobao regarding language learning, you can find the articles here:


(5 February 2018)

《受访教师:影响学习兴趣因素多 家长须重视并鼓励子女正面学华文》

(23 May 2022)

To your child's massive improvement in languages,

Teacher Rosalind 王靖惠老师 (also known as 'Cher Ros' by her students)

Fun Learning. True Results.