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Are you ready for taking on new exciting challenge?

Early September in this year, I took a flight to London to study abroad. Sadly, my English wasn’t good enough to communicate with native speakers naturally; they found hard to understand me. In an attempt to make a progress in English, however, I managed to learn it by travelling and continuing speaking English all the time. Eventually, after only two weeks exploring London, I knew quite a lot of new words, architecture and history. Especially, there are so many good cultures. For instance, one…See More
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Are you ready for taking on new exciting challenge?

Early September in this year, I took a flight to London to study abroad. Sadly, my English wasn’t good enough to communicate with native speakers naturally; they found hard to understand me. In an attempt to make a progress in English, however, I managed to learn it by travelling and continuing speaking English all the time. Eventually, after only two weeks exploring London, I knew quite a lot of new words, architecture and history. Especially, there are so many good cultures. For instance, one…See More
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Early September in this year, I took a flight to London to study abroad. Sadly, my English wasn’t good enough to communicate with native speakers naturally; they found hard to understand me. In an attempt to make a progress in English, however, I managed to learn it by travelling and continuing speaking English all the time. Eventually, after only two weeks exploring London, I knew quite a lot of new words, architecture and history. Especially, there are so many good cultures. For instance,…

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