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I am planning on taking English lesson here.

I am a little bit nervous for taking English lesson.

I have tried trial lesson with non English sperkers a lot.

I wonder how does it goes for everybody?

Did you enjoy?

What did you talk about?

What is the best taking lessons?

I am thinking of my introduction.

I want to give am impact to remember my name and face.

Mar 1, 2018 2:20 PM
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Thanks for the comment. I use some site and apps to study English.

These are language exchange site and apps.

I always enjoy talking with my friends, but I always translate in my brain, so my speaking speed is really slow.

I tried many tria lessons online, English cafes, English school, and apps.

My friends recommended here, so I decide to do it. I'm so excited, and I can't wait!

March 1, 2018

I haven't taken an English lesson here, but I did my first Japanese lesson last night and really had a good time. Although I was very nervous, the tutor helped chat with me a little and made me feel more comfortable. Everyone here is really nice, so try not to be nervous! 

I don't know a lot of Japanese, so I can only make small talk about a few personal details, but the conversation was still very fun and helpful. I think as long as you just be yourself and let the conversation flow naturally then it will be a lot of fun. 

March 1, 2018

Thank you for encouraging me.

To speak English fluently has been my dream.

I always impressive to share our opinions, ideas, customs, and so on.

To be honest, I want to have a job using English.

March 3, 2018
Hi, Diamond. I agree it's natural to feel nervous, but you have to breath in, relax and let the words out. I think you should start by introducing yourself: why you are learning English (to travel, to apply for an scholarship, etc), what you expected from the lessons and what type of lessons you want based on your objectives.
March 3, 2018
Thank uou for the comments. I am so excited. I can keep my motivation to study English.
March 1, 2018
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Tokyo volunteer
Language Skills
English, Japanese
Learning Language
English