I have question to those who studied in English. How difficult was it? Studying in English is good when you want to get hold of language, but it is challenging and I'm hesitant to go abroad. I try much but I'm afraid I won't manage. Please advice.
"anyone who believes he can success or not, he is right" henry ford

I think u should believe and i gurantee you that you can if you work and try to do it really. if it is about going about there is lots of ways you do not need to master any language

good luck
I understand why you are hesitant to go and study in a foreign country but there are so many benefits of travelling and learning a new language. It will help you not just in your work life but to build confidence and create new opportunities for yourself.

Malta is a small island in the Mediterranean which is known for it's low crime-rate and great community spirit. There is so much to see and do and there is a lot of historical places to visit. It is sunny for 9 months of the year too! Elanguest Language school is a small family-run school in the famous town of St. Julians. If you are interested in learning more about the school and Malta you can check out this link - http://www.elanguest.com/content/school/special-offers.htm

Best of luck!!
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Yes, you are right that learning a foreign language is difficult job. If you are getting hesitate to learn English you can try online english course . That course help you to learn english without any hesitation as you can ask any question to improve your english skills from the native english speaker anytime and anywhere.

You will get free holidays but remeber that:

a) you need to know the terminology in your native language ( and you wouldn`t as long as you will study in english)

b) studies will improve your english skills

c) you will have less material than in your native language (depends on directions it might be a breach or not)

d) You will loose plenty of acquaintances but get the new ones.

e) You can get some additional money just for studying abroad ( depends on country, place and so on)

Overall if you want to study some scientific areas stay in your country if you want to study some social areas go abroad. My opinion of course, not facts. Emotion: wink


I would like to know if you can come and I will always remember that you are very good person

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Hi dear! I did not have such experience, but I know for sure that it is not so easy at the beginning, but you will be able to get used to it after some time.

I would say definitely do it. It might be more difficult if you are naturally shy but the effort will be worth it - not only will you vastly improve your English but you'll become far more self-confident.

This blog has some great tips to help you get the most out of the experience!