For the students learning English in Baguio, I personally recommend going to the cinema and watching English movies frequently. The reason for this is to be able to practice listening and learn English naturally while enjoying the film.
I think it was a meaningful and worthwhile experience. I had three months to experience many different things, but the most important is that my English skills have improved. I will talk about some tips and how I felt while studying in Monol.
Today, I will introduce the best restaurants I have tried in Baguio. Actually, these places are already famous among Koreans for their Korean food. For starters, let us start with the Korean-favorite, pork belly!
When it comes to the rules of the school, I think these penalties are a natural part of student life. I appreciate EOP a lot because I sometimes tend to speak Korean without knowing when it is hard to express in English.
I spent five months in Monol language school where I studied General ESL for a month and then enrolled in the IELTS course for the following four months. When I first came here, I could not even go to a restaurant because my English was so bad.
Today, I will introduce to you something important: the food here at Monol academy. The first advantage when eating here at Monol is that the food is served buffet-style for all meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner). Here are some of the best Monol meals in my opinion.
One of the biggest changes in me over the past three months is that I no longer feel burdened when using and speaking English. I can express my thoughts in English. Sure, it is far from being very fluent but that is already a big change for me.