I chose to stay in a family house in my first 2 months here in New Zealand because I thought it would be another way to experience a new culture, and learn how to speak English better than now. My family home is located near Takapuna Beach. It is a beautiful beach, so whenever I
I came in Auckland for studying English 1 month ago.I met good homestay.I think homestay parents is so nice.They are so generous, lovely and helpful.They have a cat named Micchi.She is so lovely, too. I’m happy everday.I’m lucky!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! By Lee, a student at Languages International
I live with a homestay family in Morningside. I live with a man and his wife and his daughter. They are a wonderful family. My homestay father is very friendly and funny, and he’s always happy. Every day my homestay mother cooks different food, sometimes she is cooking rice with chicken with some salad. I
Hello everyone! I live in apartment which is really near Queen St. and the school. I have a flatmate who is from Japan. Sometimes we cook together and practice our English conversation. In Taiwan, I live with my family, and I don’t need to do anything beacuse my mother does everything for me. However, now
I have lived in my homestay for 2 weeks. My homestay is located in Greenlane near Cornwall park. I go to school by bus and go home by train. I usually spend about 25 minutes on the bus and about 15 minutes on the train. My homestay is 20 minutes from the train station on
I like living in a homestay because I feel at home. My mother is very nice person. She is a great cook!!! We talk very much. This is very important for me because I need to speak English. She is good company. She is experienced. I am learning very much with Sandie. I like Sandie!!!
I like my homestay because I learn English; I like the food, the home, the child and the dog. I like New Zealand very much!! Text by Fahad, a student at Languages International Photo by Br3nda
You may have spent some time already with your home-stay family and perhaps you are really enjoying it. We for instance were positively astonished by the kindness and warmth which was shown towards us. Maybe you have also asked yourself how to show your appreciation to your family. We have found some answers! As our
It wasn’t until X-mas 2003 that the idea of leaving Germany for a while crossed my mind. I remember well sitting in a cosy pub with some former colleagues from college sharing some beers and discussing future plans and dreams. Somehow one mentioned he´d been several times abroad for the purpose of learning business English.
I’m back in New Zealand for the second time since I left the school (Languages International). The reason why? Hopefully, my following notes will explain and show why. Let me first start with the school. The school was recommended by a language retailer called Prolinguis in Switzerland. Though offered several schools in different countries, I choose