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Why I’m Studying English
30 Nov 2017
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It was my first trip abroad. When I was 12years old, I went to Mongolia for a week. I had never been abroad before, so I was very excited and became nervous. I studied Mongolian every weekend for three hours in Japan before coming to Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. I studied how to say ‘hello’, ‘thank you’, ‘good night’, ‘goodbye’ and many more in Mongolia. But I didn’t use it. Because most of Mongolian could speak English and many of Mongolian talked to me using English. I think it was their kindness towards me. But I couldn’t speak English, our conversation was so messy. This is when I thought to myself: “I want to become a man who can speak English like a native, so I could talk with foreigner. If I can speak English, I will make friends overseas”. As a result, I am studying English as my major at a collage in Japan and came to Sydney to improve my speaking and listening skills.   

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