Almost two months ago began my trip to London. By that time, a lot of work was done on exploring the area, choosing the place of residence, the place of study, issuing a visa, etc. This work was greatly facilitated by the company linguatrip. On its website it is easy to find suitable schools, courses and accommodation. Many thanks to linguatrip for my trip!
Reviews in Google about the residence in which I stayed (the Curve residence, for some reason it was not on the list, when I wrote the review and so I noted McMillan) were mostly negative, all the reviews were written by students from different countries of Europe, I was amused by their trivial reasons (example: the presence of a spider in the room). Accommodation was comfortable (I had a single room without a kitchen), of course, you should not expect a luxury hotel, but for one person who runs all day around London, it was convenient to live there.
Of course, I was aware that my level of English is above average and that for this reason I will not sit over the textbook and cram irregular verbs, but I was surprised at the amount of dialogue that was with our group (I was identified in the advanced group ). All the tasks required oral speech and ability to make a speech on the move, which I was very happy about, because my main reason to go to England was to improve the conversational skills of English.
Since the training was going on for two weeks, and my lessons were ending at 12, i had a lot of time. But this was not enough for the whole London, for that unimaginable number of attractions, parks, restaurants and museums that are in the capital of England. I even went to see Stonehenge.
In conclusion, I want to say (again) that I am enormously grateful to linguatrip for making its real. Thank you!