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  1. Fame's Avatar
    Student or Learner
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      • Native Language:
      • English
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      • Hong Kong
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      • Hong Kong

    • Join Date: Sep 2005
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    Study programmes

    During holidays I'd like to fly abroad to study so that I can improve my English.
    But I'd like to know why travel and learn programmes become so popular?
    Are there any aims of these programmes and are they useful in learning English?
    Do Ineed to prepare for this kind of study trip to be successful?

  2. Editor,
    English Teacher
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      • Laos

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    Re: Study programmes

    Being surrounded all the time by the language is an excellent way to learn about it in a natural context. You should read up about the culture of the country and region you are visiting to minimise any cuture shock.

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