If students need to improve their English skills, there is no better solution than to learn English abroad in an English speaking country. Imagine, they'll be immersed in English 24 hours a day. There's no chance to escape it!. In my opinion, I agree with studying English in England for several reasons.

First, students get original language. They learn language with English native speakers. They have a good chance to speak with English native speakers.

Second, students have social relationship. They learn culture of England. They have foreign friends.

Finally, students gain benefits in the future. They can speak English very well. They will have a chance to get a good career.

In conclusion, I believe students get benefits from studying English in England. They get original language,they have social relationship and they have great future. What do you think about studying English in England?
I see what you are saying but I think it has expensively expense.
I think at least when you study abroad you will receive a lot of experience.
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I couldn't agree more! It's definitely true you improve your English skills if you move to an English speaking country, whether this is the UK, US or Australia. I have lived in Australia for a year and I followed a Cambridge course there on CAE level. You don't only speak English at school, but you also have to communicate in English at home, if you travel around or even if you just go to the supermarket. It's all around you and indeed, you cannot escape it.

Besides the language, you learn about the country's culture as well. I think this is good, especially if you're from Asia for example, where their beliefs and lifestyle is completely different.

I do have to say it is an expensive experience. You have to pay for accommodation, food, flight- or transport tickets and school. In my opinion it would be best to follow an English course; there are a lot of tourists in the big cities and they want to learn the language too. Back in Sydney I had friends from Germany, France and Switzerland, but they also needed to learn the language so there wasn't that much to learn from them. If you follow a course, this will definitely improve your skills as you're in a class with a teacher, learning about the English language, how to use it properly and most important is that the teacher will notice your mistakes. In the end you could be the one teaching your friends some English.

Like you said already, it's always good being able to tell people you've lived in a foreign country for a while. It looks good on your resume and besides that it's an experience that no one can ever take away from you.

-- Jill

The Netherlands
I couldn't agree more! It's definitely true you improve your English skills if you move to an English speaking country, whether this is the UK, US or . I have lived in Australia for a year and I followed a course there on CAE level. You don't only speak English at school, but you also have to communicate in English at home, if you travel around or even if you just go to the supermarket. It's all around you and indeed, you cannot escape it.



Besides the language, you learn about the country's culture as well. I think this is good, especially if you're from for example, where their beliefs and lifestyle is completely different.



I do have to say it is an expensive experience. You have to pay for accommodation, food, flight- or transport tickets and school. In my opinion it would be best to follow an English course; there are a lot of tourists in the big cities and they want to learn the language too. Back in I had friends from Germany, France and , but they also needed to learn the language so there wasn't that much to learn from them. If you follow a course, this will definitely improve your skills as you're in a class with a teacher, learning about the English language, how to use it properly and most important is that the teacher will notice your mistakes. In the end you could be the one teaching your friends some English.



Like you said already, it's always good being able to tell people you've lived in a foreign country for a while. It looks good on your resume and besides that it's an experience that no one can ever take away from you.



-- Jill

The Netherlands
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It's dream of many student. It's the best way to learn English.
But, dream is just a dream, you have to have enough money to study there. So, it's not the most suitable choice for people who want to learn English
I suggest Manchester to people who wants to learn English. Why did i say Manchester? Because Manchester is cheaper than London and other cities. For example transportation is very cheap i think. you can buy weekly card for bus. You can travel everywhere with this card which you can use suitable bus. Also Manchester has got many big museum which is famous. For example soccer museum, science and industry museum (mosi).. est. I think you should travel Manchester. I can suggest a course which is New College Manchester for learning English. New College Manchester is accredited by British Council and Ukba. For more information please send e mail..
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