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"The course met my expectations, it offered wide range of activities and the cultural component was interesting as well. But most importantly, the atmosphere was really friendly and the participants ha…"
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"I had Chinese private lessons, shared apartment housing and an internship when I visited China. The Chinese lessons were with my own private teacher a couple of times every week. Of course there is a …"
"I studied Chinese in high school before for around 3 years but I still consider myself as a beginner. I was in Beijing for just a month but I feel like from the lessons that I had, my confidence has d…"
"I moved to Beijing and was there from the summer of 2015 to summer 2016 to learn Chinese for a year. I got help applying for the program through Go Abroad China; they always spoke to me and my mom and…"
"I started my English course one month ago and I'm already proud of my progression, my English has quite well improved. English courses in Tamwood are really interesting and spellbound. I'm studying to…"
"Muchas Gracias to ALL the team at the Sevilla Language Center for a great intensive Spanish week. Cristina is an excellent Spanish teacher and gave my Spanish a good boost. All the team are really wel…"
"Excellent location, knowledgeable and accommodating staff, enjoyable lessons. Rewarding, and highly recommended."
"This silverfish infested building is a health and safety hazard with numerous violations that the city chooses to ignore because it has "bigger fish to fry." From the peeled lead paint of the 60s, ho…"