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A study trip to the UK

Listen to Ella talking about some of the most memorable moments from a study trip to the UK.

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Nivel de idioma

Intermediate: B1


I have tried suffer time to learning perfect english language but I am very frusted to learning english language.
Therefore, Is there point to inprove my writting and speaking.

I hope i have an opotunity to go to London.

i'm katia from algeria and i would like to learn english . can u help me????

having an experience of living abroad is one of my dreams. But, it just haven't be true yet. but, i still struggle to reach that dream so that someday  i can share my experience with you all... ^^

 Hi its me bhanu khanal from England. i am staying here from last 18 months .getting experiences and enjoying with london culture.

I have studied in bournemouth in the UK , it was great and funny , I earned alot  of useful things.

UK is really a fantastic country with some beautiful and amazing monuments and towns such as Westminster or Oxford.
I've got the opportunity to go to Oxford for a visit. it was wonderful and the people were very charming.
Learning abroad is in my opinion a chance and a challenge. A chance, because this definitively the best way to learn a new language and a challenge because you have to move every day towards the others and to create the links you need to live in good conditions.
Kind regards

Hi, i never got an opportunity to go abroad, i m happy to join this wonderful site and share my thoughts and feelings with you all. audio is very nice and thanks for sharing your experience with us. Bless u all.

happy new year 2011 for all

1. I haven't studied abroad. I'm still in high school; but of course I'd like to study in England for a year, while I'm at college. Unfortunately, I don't see how that could be possible.
2. I have no idea which is better, but my guess is that living with other students would be more fun. On the other side, living with an English host family could be more educational when it comes to culture.
3. I think that, if you're going to study abroad, the best thing you can do to fight the cultural shock is to learn as much as you can about the people, everyday life etc. before you even get there.