Tuesday, January 27, 2009

A French student who learns English in London

I’m studying in a business school in Marseille, and to get on my 2nd year and boost my CV, I have to perform an internship in a foreign country. This work placement will be very important for my future and I chose England because I like its economic system. Also, my aim is improving my English and I thought that studying English in London would enable me to increase my linguistic skills.

When I came to London the 10th of January 2009 I was very happy because it was the first time I went to an Anglo-Saxon country.
I immediately felt some differences with France, through the behaviour of the people.
In fact, when I arrived to the airport and I caught the train to Central London I walked slowly whilst people ran everywhere. I understood that in this country people are very dynamic but also fairly stressed.

I am doing an internship in marketing and communication at Twin school. This internship is helping me to improve my English a lot. I believe that working in London is a great way to be forced to speak and learn English in a natural, easy way. I am studying English everyday and when I conduct researches or answer the phone I feel like I am learning English a bit more.

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