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LIA Semarang Candi, since its establishment in 1998, has become one of the biggest and the best English course institutions in Semarang. It offers a variety of effective and efficient English programs for learners from various walks of lives, ages, and proficiencies.
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  • Jalan Veteran Kav. I, Semarang, 50231.
  • +62 24 841 5044
  • liasemarangcandi@gmail.com
  • http://lia-liasemarangcandi.blogspot.co.id/
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Our Professional Skills

The following charts are our actual description of professional skills.

Teaching Techniques 90%
Friendly Environment 70%
Quality Learning 95%
Materials 80%

English for Children

English for Children (EC) adalah program kursus yang sesuai untuk anak-anak Sekolah Dasar (SD) yang berumur tujuh (7) sampai dengan dua belas (12) tahun. Program ini mengedepankan pendekatan penguasaan kosakata bahasa Inggris dengan pengajaran yang menyenangkan. Setiap program EC ditempuh dalam waktu satu tahun.

English for Teens

English for Teens (ET) adalah program kursus untuk siswa dan siswi Sekolah Menengah Pertama (SMP) sesuai dengan kemampuan kompetensi bahasa Inggris mereka masing-masing. Program ini mengedepankan pendekatan komunikasi lisan dan tulis yang sesuai dengan kehidupan remaja. Setiap program ET ditempuh dalam waktu tiga (3) bulan.

English for Adults

English for Adults (EA) adalah program kursus yang didesain untuk mereka berusia remaja dan dewasa. Program ini mencakup semua sisi keterampilan berbahasa yaitu Listening, Reading, Speaking dan Writing dengan metode pengajaran yang menyenangkan dan interaktif. Setiap program EA ditempuh dalam waktu tiga (3) bulan.

Conversation in English

Conversation in English (CV) adalah program kursus yang sesuai untuk mereka yang ingin memperlancar komunikasi lisa menggunakan bahasa Inggris. Program ini mengedepankan pendekatan penguasaan kosakata dan struktur bahasa Inggris dengan pengajaran yang menyenangkan dan interaktif. Setiap program CV ditempuh dalam waktu tiga (3) bulan.

TOEFL Preparation

TOEFL Preparation (TP) adalah program kursus bagi mereka yang mempersiapkan diri untuk menempuh test TOEFL guna persyaratan studi lanjut atau untuk proses promosi pekerjaan. Program ini mengedepankan penguasaan pemahamam dalam interaksi bahasa Inggris, kosakata dan tata bahasa bahasa Inggris dan pemahaman akan teks bacaan. Setiap program TP ditempuh dalam waktu tiga (3) bulan.

Academic/ Report Writing

Academic/ Report Writing (AW/RW) adalah program kursus yang untuk mengasah kempampuan menulis guna keperluan akademik atau pekerjaan. Program ini adalah program yang dapat disesuaikan (customized) dengan kebutuhan pengguna atau peserta kursus. Setiap program AW/RW ditempuh dalam waktu tiga (3) bulan.

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  • SCRIBBLING




    By ET 8/ Term2/ 2017
    TIGER AND RABBIT
    Tiger
    Running, hunting, searching
    Big, hungry, spry
    It’s so different
    Walking, hiding, panting
    Hopeless, careless, slow
    Rabbit

    FATHER AND MOTHER
    Father
    Fighting, dashing, working
    Protective, brave, strong
    They are eager to protect their children
    Beautiful, loyal, friendly
    Mother

    MOUNTAIN AND ISLAND
    Mountain
    Interesting, charming, towering
    Beautiful, natural, green
    It has a friend
    Nice, serene, quiet
    Dazzling, calming, interesting
    Island

    CAR AND MOTORCYCLE
    Car
    Racing, accelerating, drifting
    Fast, big, elegant
    It has many kinds
    Racing, free-styling, modifying
    Small, agile, cheap
    Motorcycle

    ET 8 students: Leo, Indi, Mareta, Keisha, Intan, Felia, Firsta

  • My Shoes








    Written by: Maurizka Ardea N. P

                       Satria T . V. A


    There is a a poor boy who wears a pair of broken shoes in a park. When he walks around the park, he meets a rich kid who wears a pair of good shoes. The poor boy gets away from the rich kid, feeling jealous. He wishes that he can be the rich kid so that he can wear good shoes. A miracle happens. The poor kid becomes the rich kid, and vice versa. But then the rich kid realizes the fate of the rcih kid. He cannot walk. He is very shocked, but the rcih kid is very excited because he can run even though he wears ugly shoes

    Morale of the story:
    ·         We should be grateful for what we have because there are many other people who are under us and they want to be like us.
    ·         Expectation is always same with reality.
    ·         Don’t judge someone from the outside

    The story was taken from the following video


  • The Spirit That Never Ends


    Written by Farra

    Higher intermediate 2/ 2016

    My sister was a skilled young gymnast. Too bad that her injury when she was twelve years old made her unable to do gymnastics anymore. I still remember how bad her injury was. When she fell from the gymnastic pole, she screamed so hard that everyone had to look at what happened. Bad choice. It was such a frightening sight that some people always vomited at the sight of it. Apparently, she landed on her arms when she fell and she fractured both of her arms. She was then taken to the hospital while in unconscious. Unfortunately, the road to the hospital was still under construction because of last week's earthquake. They had to take another route that was 5 km farther. Because it's the only route left to go downtown, my sister ambulance was trapped in a traffic jam. One and a half hour later, they arrived in the hospital and my sister was immediately taken to surgery room. The doctors were able to save sister's live, but her hands were already dead and had to be amputated. My sister was really depressed after that. But fortunately, she was able to adapt and cope with her disability. She  already had more than enough knowledge about gymnastic before the accident happened and she decided to share her knowledge by publishing a book called "Gymnastic for Amateurs". She also became a motivational speaker in a famous university in my city.

  • The new Korean Restaurant




    Written by Salsabella
    Higher Intermediate 2/ 2016

    Eating at a seafood restaurant near my house was quite an experience. I went to the restaurant two weeks ago along with my cousin. It was her treat, so she let me choose the menu to my heart content.

    To be honest, I was kind of afraid to choose a new menu from a restaurant I've never been to. Bu since my cousin was gonna pay the food, I chose the menu which was not really expensive, but looked unique. I chose seafood sukiyaki with samgaetang (Korean dish) soup.

    When the food was served, both of us were surprised. There were squids, octopus, shrimps, fish cakes, oysters, sea squirt and abalone. But the big octopus in the middle of the pot was still alive. The others were still fresh. Were wondering how to eat them.

    Right after that, a waitress came with a table stove and a big bowl full of soup. She turned on the stove, put the bowl above it and put all the ingredients inside. As soon as the soup boiled, the octopus died. We cut its tentacles using scissors. This perhaps sounds cruel, but this is how Korean people eat seafood suki.
  • ECO GREEN JOURNEY AT KARIMUNJAWA




    By Rafida Khairani
    Intermediate 1/ 2016
    Karimunjawa Island is an island which has ecological function as a mangrove conservation area. First, total of 300 ha of mangrove forest covers the national park. It has more than 30 species of mangrove. Not only mangrove forest, it also provides habitat to some endemic species including the mythical Dewandaru tree, Setigi, and Kalimasada. So, Karimunjawa has declared as one of the priority areas for the marine conservations biodiversity in Southeast Asia. Second, local people have unique treatment methods. They generally believe that the wood of the endemic dewandaru tree has a legendary power of curing diseases or snake bite wound, protecting houses from thieves, or prolonging life. Visitors may seem herbal treatment from the local people. Third, tourists will be served a beautiful journey in Karimunjawa mangrove forest. In fact, the tourists are allowed to participate reforestation mangrove areas. Moreover, along the thick mangrove forest, thery will be able to take a rest at a beautiful beach. But, tourists are forbidden to visit two zones which are places to do some researches. There are sanctuary zones and wilderness zone. In summary, Karimunjawa is not just a beach. It has a beautiful mangrove forest which is interesting to explore..

  • REGISTER NOW

    For course registration, you can contact us using the following phone numbers or going to our address. For more information or online registration, you can click the "Register Now" button and fill out the form with your personal information.

    ADDRESS

    Jalan Veteran Kav. I, Semarang, 50231

    EMAIL

    info@liasemarangcandi.com
    liasemarangcandi@gmail.com

    TELEPHONE

    +62 24 841 5044

    MOBILE

    +62819 0135 4915
    +62818 29 5946