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On this side I write down the counties I travelled to, the date and a short summary.

Cambridge (with COBIS) – August 8, 2016 to August 22, 2016

SUMMER COURSE

Cambridge. Universities. Nature. Education. Friends. Fun. Excitement.
That’s how I would describe my time in Cambridge in a few words. But this time I will write my experience in a different way.

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Visiting one of my new friends from my Oxford journey – December 22, 2015 to January 04, 2016

In my Oxford experience I found a lot of new friends from all over the world. I am happy that we keep daily in touch, so I will visit to my friend and his family.
This trip goes to Bangkok, Thailand.

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Oxford (with GLS) – July 29, 2015 to August 19, 2015

SUMMER COURSE

Amazing, exciting and best three weeks ever.
These are my three words how I would describe my time in Oxford. I was at d’Overbroeck’s school for the English Summer Course.
If you want to know more start reading but if you are impatient read my conclusion and summary first. 

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London (with my family) – September 1, 2014 to September 5, 2014

I was with my family again in London and I was the guide. It was very exhausting for my family but I was accustomed. I showed them all the nice places of London and Brighton.
It was great.

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 London (with EF) – August 5, 2014 to August 25, 2014

SUMMER COURSE

It was hard and very exhausting – but absolutely great. I met people from Italy, Hong-Kong, Iraq, Morocco, Spain and of course England. Four hours per day English-lessons and lot of activities. Long, hard days from morning 6.00am till evening 11.30pm – very tired but I was every day happy and pleased.
I abandoned the fear/uncertainty while talking. I love the English language even more and I love it to speak English.
Here you can read my conclusion and summary first.

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Grittleton (with school class) – 2012

I was with my school class in England before. We were in Grittleton House. We visited Bath and it was really nice. We got every day a lunch, an English lunch: A sandwich with tuna or egg or ham. And every morning and evening an English breakfast and dinner: Bacon and egg, sausages, peas and more. It was great but we spent time only with each other – so we didn’t speak so much English.

 

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