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    Re: Studying Abroad

    Quote Originally Posted by sara88 View Post
    Yes Sidney is beautiful too...I'm 19 years old

    yeah..

    i think da best in Aussie is Sydney, and the second one is Melbourne.

    19? I'm 16.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jomo27 View Post
    yeah..

    i think da best in Aussie is Sydney, and the second one is Melbourne.

    19? I'm 16.
    nice, let's go Tom......
    Hope to you all the best in your life.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sara88 View Post
    nice, let's go Tom......
    Hope to you all the best in your life.
    Ba.

    k.. thanks..

    gud luck!

    take care!

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    Re: Studying Abroad

    First paragraph. The first sentence is a good one. The second sentence is awkward ans needs to be changed. The third sentence needs to be changed or deleted. (The "but" clause doesn't fit very well there.) It pobably isn't necessary.

    Quote Originally Posted by jomo27 View Post
    Nowadays, there are many students continuing their studies overseas. Many of them think that education in other countries is better than in theirs. In my opinion, studying abroad is a good option but there are many advantages and disadvantages of it.
    Nowadays, there are many students continuing their studies overseas. Many of them think they can learn more in another country than they can at home.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jomo27 View Post
    Firstly, since our parents left us alone in other country, we need to stand alone which means we've to do everything ourselves. Hopefully, we can adapt in a short time. With this oppotunity, we can train ourselves in a situation where we have to work alone. Moreover, we can gain more experience by doing something we haven't done previously.
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    If we have moved to another country and are living alone, then....

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    Re: Studying Abroad

    Quote Originally Posted by jomo27 View Post
    Secondly, when you're in other country, you will be forced to speak the country language. For instance, China, you'll be forced to speak Mandarin anywhere and anytime. By having this chance, you will be promised to be able to speak Mandarin fluently.
    Secondly, when you live in another country you will be forced by circumstance to learn that country's language.
    Mandarin is not the only language spoken in China. There are a couple of others.

    ~R

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    Re: Studying Abroad

    Quote Originally Posted by jomo27 View Post
    Thirdly, you can have free-friendship with new friends in new country but you'll have problems like drugs, gangsters and as well as free-sex.

    In addition, while leaving in other country, you can learn their cultures, living standard, etc.

    In Conclusion, i think studying abroad is a good option but we need to manage ourselves of good and bad things.
    What makes you think that if you go to another country you will have to worry about things like drugs, gangsters and free sex (whatever that is)?

    ~R

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