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    Question what is your advice about that ?

    I want to travel to one of English-speaking countries for improving my English, so I look forward to hearing your advice about that, Particularly with regard to countries , institutes and lifestyle.
    Do you advise me to live with a family or with students in a dormitory ?
    Thank you in advance .
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    Default Re: what is your advice about that ?

    So much depends on how much time you have, how much money you have, whether you intend just to travel, or to take a language course, etc.

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    Default Re: what is your advice about that ?

    Quote Originally Posted by khalidmfy View Post
    I want to travel to one of English-speaking countries for improving my English, so I look forward to hearing your advice about that, Particularly with regard to countries , institutes and lifestyle.
    Do you advise me to live with a family or with students in a dormitory ?
    Thank you in advance .
    Any country where English is the native language would do. You will learn more, and more quickly, if you do not arrange to live surrounded by other Arabic speakers.

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    Default Re: what is your advice about that ?

    Quote Originally Posted by . You will learn more, and more quickly, [U
    if you do not arrange to live surrounded by other Arabic speakers[/U]
    Thank you for the advice .
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    Quote Originally Posted by fivejedjon View Post
    So much depends on how much time you have, how much money you have, whether you intend just to travel, or to take a language course, etc.
    Thank you for your comment , but i need some accurate answers .
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    Default Re: what is your advice about that ?

    I would like to travel to USA , but I have no idea about good institutes there .
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