Dear "professors", Although I am not bad in languages, my English was not really good. I didn't have to speak it very often before, that was the reason, I suppose. One day , a good friend of mine met an Australian girl: from that moment on we spoke English together. It was awful, I didn't understand most things she said. I noticed that I really needed some exercise. I must say that I prefer the British pronunciation over the Australian! I do like the Gymglish method: I don't have the impression that I'm not working at all. It goes very smoothly. I try to learn as if I were a child: no grammar rules, no list of difficult words. I hope and also I think all those things will come automatically. Perhaps it will take more time, but I don't care. I enjoy these lessons so much that it can't be a problem to sign up for more!— Ria S. (Leuven, BELGIUM)
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