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has anyone here studied English as a second language

Hi everyone, has anyone here studied English as a second language at all? I was just curious, as I've recently finished a [url=http://languagecourses.net/languages-studies-abroad-countrys/en/41/canad... Canada studying English there and I enjoyed it very much. I'd have to say that studying a language abroad has to be one of the best ways to learn it effectively. Staying and studying over there in Canada helped me a lot and I've gained a lot of confidence when speaking and writing English. It'd be really nice if I could gain an a high enough level of the language to [url=http://www.teflcertificatecourses.com/]teach English, does anyone have any advice on furthering that goal? Also, does anyone know much about having an [url=http://www.hiedracenters.com/cambridge/]examen Cambridge somewhere? Do you know any good sources of information on preparing for exam of such a high level or preparation courses for them? Thanks!

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Joined: Jan 2009

When I learned English, I found it helpful to just read, read, read. (It also helped that I loved to read). Of course, sometimes I miss something and don't understand all of it. A homework help site, www.shmoop.com is great with literature summaries, and it is also great with history, too!

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