Title: The Speak Good English Movement, Singapore : speak up. speak out. speak well.
Live Site*: http://www.goodenglish.org.sg/
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Publisher: Speak Good English Movement
Subject: People and communities>>Social interaction>>Communication
National campaigns
Education>>Public policy issues in education
Law and government>>Public education
Events>>National Campaigns
Language and education--Singapore
Language and literature>>Languages>>English language
English language--Study and teaching--Singapore
Language: English
Abstract:
The Speak Good English Movement was launched in 2000 by then Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong, to encourage Singaporeans to speak good English. Speaking good English means using grammatically correct English in conversations where rules for constructing sentences are adhered to. Accent should not be an issue although the pronunciation should be accurate.
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