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Esther from France: “I crossed Golden Gate Bridge by bike”

Why did you choose to study at EC San Francisco? I chose to study at EC San Francisco because I have been in Malta for the last year with EC and I really liked it. What was your favorite thing about EC San Francisco? My favorite thing about EC San Francisco is that everybody and teachers are really nice and I also like that our placement of the school is near to everything. What is your favorite memory of studying ESL in San Francisco? My favorite memory of studying ESL in San Francisco is the bicycle tour with friends across the Golden Gate Bridge. What advice would you give to a new student learning English at EC SF? The advice that I would give to a new student learning English at EC SF is to go with foreign students. Esther says it is fun to learn English at EC San Francisco with friends and classmates.

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Esther from France: “The school is near everything!”

  Why did you choose to study at EC San Francisco? I chose to study at EC San Francisco because I always wanted to see this city. What was your favorite thing about EC San Francisco? My favorite thing about EC San Francisco is that I really liked when I crossed the Golden Gate Bridge by bike. It was really beautiful. What is your favorite memory of studying ESL in San Francisco? My favorite memory of studying ESL in San Francisco is the teachers. They are really nice. What advice would you give to a new student learning English at EC SF? The advice that I would give to a new student learning English at EC SF is to try and meet people who don’t speak your language. Esther says it is fun to learn English at EC San Francisco with friends and classmates.

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Melanie from Germany: “My favorite memory was Alcatraz”

  Why did you choose to study at EC San Francisco? I chose to study at EC San Francisco because of the advice of a friend. What was your favorite thing about EC San Francisco? My favorite thing about EC San Francisco are the teachers and Kaiser. What is your favorite memory of studying ESL in San Francisco? My favorite memory of studying ESL in San Francisco is going to Alcatraz. What advice would you give to a new student learning English at EC SF? The advice that I would give to a new student learning English at EC SF is to speak a lot, also with friends and foreigners. Melanie says it is fun to learn English at EC San Francisco with friends and classmates.

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Jordi from Spain: “It’s a good school”

    Why did you choose to study at EC San Francisco? I chose to study at EC San Francisco because it is a good school. What was your favorite thing about EC San Francisco? My favorite thing about EC San Francisco is all the activities and the teachers are awesome! What is your favorite memory of studying ESL in San Francisco? My favorite memory of studying ESL in San Francisco is all the city and culture in San Francisco. What advice would you give to a new student learning English at EC SF? The advice that I would give to a new student learning English at EC SF is to stay tuned to their activities because they are so great. Jordi says it is fun to learn English at EC San Francisco with friends and classmates.

EC San Francisco Activity Calendar for September

September’s Student Activities Schedule

There is so much more to studying ESL in San Francisco at EC San Francisco besides English courses. Check out our event calendar for September 2015. There are plenty of outdoor activities on the calendar. San Francisco English School will be taking students on a variety of activities with teachers and student ambassadors. All accompanied activities in orange require a 5 student minimum, so it’s very important to sign up. There’s a sign-up sheet at the Front Desk. Pay for tickets and weekend trips at the front desk. If you have any questions, please speak to Jessica. Some of the highlights for this month include Spanish Dinner, UC Berkeley American Football game, and the Dragon Boat Festimal, as well as so much more. We have some great activities planned for you this month at this fun language school in San Francisco . We encourage students to join as many events as they can to increase exposure to English-speaking opportunities and environments. Classes in blue and activities in orange are free of charge. Please ask the front desk for more information. Learn English while having fun here in San Francisco.