If you have a dream - Tony
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If you have a dream in life, you have to practice it. Verbal assurance does not allow parents to be truly assured. Only specific actions can prove the value of dreams. I will never forget this special Philippine study tour experience. This is definitely the most unforgettable vacation in my life. I have made many friends in a foreign land in Cebu. I have learned a lot about English and I have a deep understanding of my weaknesses in language. Where is the strength, I also feel the local history and the local attention to environmental conservation. The blue sea is blue, the warmth of the tropical maritime climate, and the simplicity and enthusiasm of the locals.
I studied ESL at a language school founded and managed by the CIA (Cebu International Academy) in Cebu. I took the entrance exam on the first day and changed to Peso. The Taiwan manager took us to the surrounding tour. For example, the J Center Mall near CIA is only 5 minutes’ walk away, and there is a simple campus tour. There is free time after lunch, so we have more time to prepare for the official class the next day.
Holding a nervous mood, watching the class, listening, reading and writing a total of four one-on-one courses, two self-study courses, giving us time to complete the daily writing homework, and the other five like CNN, activity classes and practice grammar Group class. The first lesson is a tense one-on-one. The teacher simply introduces the course and asks me if I need to change the book, etc. The first class is almost all about self-introduction and exchange of books. Knowing the teacher's preferences and personality during the simple conversation, what surprised me was that the Filipino teacher's accent was very heavy. In the later class, my teacher would correct my original proud accent and asked me to move as much as possible. The pronunciation will be correct. I think this is different from the English education I have received in Taiwan. I am in the English small group class at the university. The teacher often said that I am a good degree, but I can't give me more substantive advice like the teacher in Cebu, because the Philippines is one of the few countries in Asia with an orthodox English department. Only then can I understand where I should improve. CIA teachers have a lot of experience.
During class, when classmates praised my enthusiasm, generosity and English ability, I would say that I still have a lot of room for improvement, and explain to them how easy I feel and feel shy when I was young. The reason for the change is also the frequent contact activities. I slowly cultivated it, and because I have goals that I want to improve together with my classmates, I dare to take the initiative.
In addition to learning English in Cebu, almost all of the students will be liberated from prison when they are on holiday on the 6th, because every day from 8 am to 6 pm, we need to give ourselves a little reward, and we are the same. I went to historical sites with a few Taiwanese students and went to the beach. On these three weekends, I went to Mactan Island, Malapascua Island and some city guides. How beautiful the coral reefs are, how much the ocean is. Pure, there is a beach like ice. The locals are quite protective of their cultural assets and also retain Spanish Baroque architecture. I also realized that they are talented in artistic creation and music, reminding me of the similar ancestry of Taiwanese aborigines and Filipinos. The music they sang is really amazing. Although the price is low, it also proves that the gap between the rich and the poor is very large. Poor children have no resources to be educated. In places where tourists pass by, they often encounter children who come to ask for money to eat. The Philippine electricity price is the most expensive country in Asia. Excessive reliance on imported coal fuel for power generation is also one of the reasons for the high electricity prices.