It has been little over a month since I arrived to the UK. Unbelievable how time goes so quickly. When I arrived, I had a bit of a problem with understanding people with a strong accent. Funny fact: I am not able to express myself in my mother tongue without those awkward pauses anymore! It…
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My flight to Britain can be an unforgettable experience for me. Since I went to the airport at 2a.m. so when I arrived there I felt too tired to talk with anyone. As I was waiting in the line, my parents looked like it was a quiet normal thing and just took some photos with…
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My understanding of the saying ‘time flies’ has changed over the last few weeks. At first I thought that I would struggle a lot in my time here, trying to get used to the new friends, to the new school buildings, to the different kind of teaching. Well, it happens that by the third week…
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It has already been one month and a half since I left Italy and I can believe time flies so quickly. I feel at home, here in Canterbury, and there is nothing to worry about. The issue that worried me the most was the language, and most of friends of mine keep asking me: “how…
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It has been whole two months since I started my college programme in the UK. I have had one of my best times in my life. Not only I developed academically but also I have had an amazing chance to meet fellow students from all around the world whose culture I would never be able…
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It has been about one mouth and a half since I arrived in Britain. To be honest, I found plenty of difference between the school I attended in China before and ST Teresa’s. I suppose that before I tell the difference, I would like to describe the life in a normal Chinese senior school. When…
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It is so extraordinary to see how one’s life can change exponentially from the moment he decides to leave home. I never thought I would say that but I cannot even think of how my life used to be before I came here and how narrow minded I was comparing to now. So many things…
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Since I am here in England, I have enjoyed every day. I am learning a lot about the English culture and every day I discover a new side that enchants me. Although sometimes it is difficult to fully accept new ways of thinking, it is part of the experience abroad: understanding how different people from…
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It has been three moths since I came to England and I must say that I am loving it unconditionally so far. Choosing my next step in education was the best I have ever made. I feel fully assimilated into English culture and I feel like I have been living here for more than those…
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The only feeling I have now is how time flies! Everything seems to just happen for a while. However, it is almost the end of my first term. Since I arrive St Teresa’s, I have achieved quite a lot. I have the opportunity to choose the subject that is suitable for me. Also, taking parting…
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