what's place is the best choice to study English?your country or USA?

September 10, 2009 10:08pm CST
hi,everyone Recently,I have a weird sense that I take the wrong place to study English.I am a international student in the USA,and I need study language in my campus.Everybody admire me because I have a great chance to speak with a native speaker.Obviously,that's the most efficient way to take good command of English.However,you may ignore the tuition element,it's about 10 times more than our country.what's a way to rip me off as soon as I step into the richest country! I think it's should be cheaper than my country.It makes no sense that charge so much tuition from us to study English.If I have one more choice,I will study English in my country where I can pay a sensible tuition.How do you think about my opinion? thanks for response !!
4 responses
• China
18 Jun 10
I think it costs much more to study english abroad than study english in my own country. And I also think learning abroad is not a necessary condition to learn english well. And I also think that I can creat an englsih environment in my country to ficilitate my english learning with the help of the Internet. In a word, I think I will prefer to stay in my country to learn english.
@erikvail (29)
• Romania
8 Feb 10
The best place is online. It's name is Terra Linguas http://www.terralinguas.com It's free and you can learn any language you want.
19 Sep 09
Well, you have to remember that you are INTERNATIONAL STUDENT in the STates and like many other countries, international students are charge even 10 times more expensive than the home students. You have to choose either FEES or PLACE. One told me that the most effective way to learn English is go to the country where English is the first language. Hope I can help. =)
@Shebang (244)
• Philippines
11 Sep 09
Hi there. You are so lucky that you have the chance to study abroad. Not all are given this kind of opportunity. I think that learning the language through speaking with a native speaker is the best way to assimilate the English language. You can learn first hand how to pronounce and enunciate words, and most especially you get to learn and acquire the accent. If you are half-hearted about it, then maybe you can go back to your country, to study and focus on the theoretical aspect of the language. You have to weigh the pros and cons. It's really up to you. =)