English is GREAT - Part 2


Richard finds out about all the different kinds of English and talks to some of the hundreds of thousands of students who come to Great Britain to learn English every year.




I passed my FCE, at Anglschool in London, where I also repeated my CAE after attending Mercers College in Ware, Hertfordshire.

Most country’s language is English without it people cannot communicate well. I think the advantages of studying English in an English-speaking country would be learning faster, doors of opportunities and priority in terms of business or applying for a job. Yes, I’d love to study English in the UK and I prefer in London.

Thank you for your resources. English is widely used. Almost all of the important articles and works are written in English. It's very lucky for students to study English in an English-speaking country because we can have conversations with native speakers. And we can also well understand English culture in an English-speaking country. If I have the opportunity to learn English in England, I'd like to go to London. Because it's the capital or center of England.

Hi British Council team<
How can I find your answers to my questions?

Hello again Ilana,

Answering users' questions is an important part of our work, but other tasks keep us very busy as well. We respond as quickly as we can, but sometimes it can take a few days.

Best wishes,
The LearnEnglish Team

Hi Kirk,
Thanks for your reply but I think I couldn't explain my doubt correctly.
How can I know that you have answered my questions? where do I have to look for them?
thanks again,

Hello ilanabeim,

I'm afraid I'm not sure I understood, nor understand, what you mean. Our answers, like this one and my previous, appear just under your questions. Do you mean that you asked a question on another page that we haven't answered yet?

Best wishes,
The LearnEnglish Team

I wish I could have gone to England when I was a teen, I have always studied English as a second language in a Spanish language country and I really notice that there's a big difference between all of us, I mean native speakers, speakers as a second language and so on.