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The Crazy escreveu:Writing, maybe, is the best thing I know to do.
The Crazy escreveu:I have so many questions. I have studied English for years and years, but I know very little. Writing is perhaps the best thing I know how to do. Reading: I have a lot of questions about vocabulary. Speaking: my pronunciation is not good. And listening: the worst part. I barely understand anything, only the simple songs (like Beatles) and simple dialogues.
When I was eleven, I won a scholarship for an English course, but I was very young and I didn't study very hard. And after one year, I gave up. That school doesn't exist any more. Many years later, when I was about twenty years old, I decided to study English again. I studied at CCAA for a year, but the course was so expensive in the third semester and I decided to change schools. So, I went to Number One, where I studied for one and a half years. I stopped, because I began college. I had no time nor money to continue. But years later, I went back to an English school, even still in the college, because English is very important, but the school was very weak. So, I quit school. It was Inglês&Cia. Friends of mine study there. They like it, but I didn't. So, I changed English schools one more time, I went to Uptime, where the course is only one year. But, I didn't like that course either. So, because of my experience, I should know more, but I don't know very/that much. Nowadays, I study by myself. I bought a grammar book(?) and downloaded some postcards. I hope it works for me.
For me, of/out of these schools where I studied, the best is Number One, and CCAA is also good.