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Embassy English 22 June 2016 - by Ranim Alobagi, Student, Embassy English Boston

My Embassy Life: Ranim from Syria at Embassy Boston


One of the greatest parts of being a student at Embassy English are the experiences. Students come to Embassy not only to improve their English language skills, but also to explore new parts of the world, to take part in diverse cultural activities, and to meet people from all over the globe. This week, Ranim Alobagi from Syria tells us more about her experience at Embassy Bostonas part of our series, My Embassy Life
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Tell us about yourself!

I’m from Syria. I live in Saudi Arabia; I am a designer of traditional clothing. I market it and sell it online.

What course are you taking at Embassy Boston?

Intensive course.

What was your level of English before you started Embassy?

I took diploma of English at a university in Saudi Arabia.

Why did you want to learn English abroad?

Because I believe that studying English abroad gives you the American accent, which I dream to reach. Also, you learn faster than studying English in your country. I also want to learn a new culture, and the education is stronger in America.

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What made you choose Embassy English?

I heard about it from a friend. The reputation for Embassy is also very strong.

What’s the best thing about learning English with us?

It’s very good. All of the teachers are the best. They respect the students, are patient. They quality of teaching here is very good. There are many workshops, they do trips for us. The students are very polite here.

What has helped you to improve your English the most?

Speaking with American people, watching movies, and attending workshop classes.

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What’s your favourite memory so far?

Yesterday I went to the Hard Rock Café with students and it was interesting.

What do you like to do in your spare time?

Go with my friends and listen to music, walk around, discover the country. I love to travel; this is my hobby.

What are your top 3 favourite places in this city?

Newbury Street, downtown, and Assembly.

What do you think of the local food?

I think all of the food is really tasty in the USA.

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How do you think speaking English will help you in the future?

English is the first language in the world, and it is very important to speak English. Everything in the world now is English!

Would you recommend Embassy English to other students?

Yes of course. I will tell my sisters to come here.

What do you plan to do after your English course?

I want to study for my Master’s.

Were there any teachers at your centre that helped you to succeed?

All of the teachers.

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One response to “My Embassy Life: Ranim from Syria at Embassy Boston”

  1. Abdelaziz says:

    I wish to come to Embassy Boston it’s really exciting.

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