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. This week Saudi student Abdullah Alsulobi tells us more about his experience at Embassy Boston as part of our series, My Embassy Life.
I’m Abdullah Alsulobi,I’m from Saudi Arabia. I was lawyer in my country.
My English is the same level, but I see I developed it when I came to Embassy Boston. I am taking English for Academic Purposes course.
Because I would like to continue my major in law. My dream is to study in USA and get a Master in Law degree.
My friend Arafat recommend me to the best school, Embassy English!
I like the rules for learning English at Embassy Boston. For example, don’t speak Arabic. Speak only English. And put your phone away.
Finally all the students and teachers friendly and amazing.
When I came to Embassy Boston, I didn’t know about the past and future tenses. But now with Embassy school I know all of these.
The homework and the teaching methods.
Yes of course!
I will be honest with you I make myself very busy with study!
“Take it easy”
First, Malden neighborhood.
Second Copley Square for shopping.
Finally Park Street.
I think it is delicious.
The different cultures ,and weather.
I will try to find university and complete my major.
I would like to thank more people! First my friend Arafat for recommend the school to me. And Ksenia for teaching me the best ways of English. And all of the Embassy Boston staff that helped me and they had nice smile when I arrived.« Previous post
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