George’s Guide to Surviving English

Some things students say:

“English is too difficult.”
“I don’t understand this grammar”
“I miss my home”

Does this sound familiar?

Don’t worry – you are not alone.

What you are experiencing is an adjustment period.

Anyone who has ever tried to learn a new language in a foreign country
has experienced exactly the same thing.

Here is what you need to do:
1. Take a deep breath.
2. Be open to new and unfamiliar concepts.
3. Write down a list of why you are learning English.
4. Find a good reason to like it.

You are leaving your comfort zone, but only for a short time.

Soon you will feel more comfortable.

Question: What is the worst thing about studying English in Australia?
Answer: No matter how long you are here for, the time will pass too quickly.

Enjoy each day and make the most of this opportunity.


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