The first step of 17 years old | I want to travel the world in English and send it to the world!
Name | Saking (17 years old)
Residence | Okayama
Period | 2 weeks
Course | one-to-one course
| Please introduce yourself briefly.
I am a second grade high school student in Okayama prefecture and I love English.
I am studying abroad twice in Australia at home at 3 and 1 high, and the Philippines is my third time studying abroad.
| What is the purpose of studying abroad?
One is to improve English skills and to broaden the horizon by experiencing developing countries.
One more thing, I would like to travel around the world in the future, make friends all over the world, experience the culture of various countries, and want to send it out to the world. So I thought that at first I would like to master English as a communication tool and to be the first step in that goal.
| Filipino lecturer, how was your lesson?
Everyone was a very kind and fun lesson with a very nice atmosphere. I think that it was suitable for me who wanted to talk with a lot of Filipino people because I could study variously, and the way of the atmosphere and the class was different in each teacher, though all subjects and teachers were different in 7 hours.
| Have you felt any change in your English?
As the class itself is English, I feel that I have gained a lot of strength in practical English, listening, and vocabulary.
I was able to speak to the extent that I was not troubled with everyday conversation, but now I can have fun even with a little more developed chat.
| What is your impression of studying abroad?
It is the friendliness of Filipino people.
The clerks of the supermarkets and shops, Filipino families and children were very kind to me, and they talked a lot in the city and took photos together.
| How was your graduation?
It was only for two weeks, but teachers of Takahari became favorite!
I made a speech with feelings to convey my feeling of gratitude.
Good afternoon, everyone.
My name is Saki.
I had a great time in TAKAHARI. I was very happy when you waved at me or when you called Talking with you, an English lesson were were some of the great moments I had thanks to everyone. Thank you always for the fun times. I’d like to take your class again.
Wonderful memories I shall never forget Thank you.
Two weeks felt felt not really as I had such a nice time together with you.
I don’t forget what I have learned in Philippines and, in Japan, keep studying English and make And we will meet again somewhere!
Manga- most of my experience in the Philippines.
Last but not least, thank you for worrying about me. Also, this is good experience for me. won ko ninyo
Thank you for listening.
At the graduation ceremony, I was very moved by the teachers giving a speech and singing at a surprise. The two weeks I spent in Takahari was really fun and it was very sad to say goodbye. I will never forget what I learned here.
| TAKA HARI ENGLISH What is ACADEMY’s best points?
There is a lot of Japanese food for lunchtime and that the rice (rice) is delicious and that every teacher is very friendly to each student. There are plenty of restaurants within walking distance, and although one-on-one, classes are fun and you can study English happily.
| The last thing to finish studying abroad
I traveled a lot more countries,
I thought that I would like to make many memories
by repeating many encounters.
But it is fun! That’s why I will keep trying.
I know I can do it.
And I will go Sometimes, It is hard for me to learn a foreign language. back to the Philippines someday!
Thank you for giving me the wonderful memories;)