Intensive English：Forging Your English to an Advanced Level in Australia
Experience in the classes and town made me more eager to learn English, especially speaking, because I realized my too poor ability of speaking English compared with native level one. There were many things to learn in conversation with non-native speakers. Not only English but also I could practice being open and talk to others. My mind became more and more global during the program. Those students in ANUC had willingness to speak in English, even though their English skills are much poorer than mine. I could learn those attitude from them. However, every time I talked with native speaker, I had difficulty in communication. I had to say ‘Pardon me?’ many times and every time I said the phrase, I noticed their disappointment. Those are sad memories. I knew my level was far from native before departure, but just knew, and I did not realize the fact. I could think of my level and necessity of practicing English again（HS II 2nd）.
At Australian Parliament House
Discussion with ANU College students