I've always studied English on my own since finishing high school. Unfortunately, in Italy, more favor given to the teaching of British-American literature rather than to speaking skills. Anyway, after the trial week with Gymglish, I thought it could be a good help to my training. Even though I know that the best way to learn fluent English is probably living for awhile in a foreign place where English is spoken, I think that Gymglish is a good way to keep yourself trained daily. I like that it tries to be funny and diverse to avoid annoying the learner and that it tries to personalize lessons.— Fabrice V. (Rome, ITALY)
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