Rammaru Suzuki on his journey of learning the English language at Talk Academy

Talk 9

Good morning. My name is Rammaru Suzuki. Thank you, everyone, for coming to my graduation speech today. Time flies so fast. I really cannot believe that about 3 months have already passed since I came to TALK Academy. I wish I didn’t stand on this place. But I have to accept this reality. It is hard to say farewell to good friends, teachers, and managers. It means during my stay I have spent so precious time that I feel sadness.

I have studied the English language a lot until today. Thanks to the endeavor of my dedicated teachers, I could improve my TOEIC score by approximately 230 compared with that in the placement test. Since teachers have been so flexible and have met my requirements, I could have focused on my weakness. But there were few changes in this academy’s life. Every day, I got up at around 8am and studied English so sometimes I felt bored. Well, I sometimes took a rest. Just sometimes. This is a very important point. It was definitely friends and Japanese manager who changed such life.

But there were few changes in this academy’s life. Every day, I got up at around 8am and studied English so sometimes I felt bored. Well, I sometimes took a rest. Just sometimes. This is a very important point. It was definitely friends and Japanese manager who changed such life.

On weekends, I went out to refresh myself, enjoyed drinking, and playing bowling and so on. Especially Brian, Japanese manager had many free ideas and career as if he were a bird. So I never got tired of talking with him. In addition, I not only played and studied but also shared differences of culture between Korean and Japanese.

Those were different than I expected and I could enjoy interacting with. Anyway, I do appreciate you, teachers, for having you teach me and share your knowledge. I do appreciate my friends who interacted with me.

I am an intern in a trading company in Cambodia from this August. I would like to make an effort for my future by using English I’ve learned here.

Finally, to my friends. It might be a baby step to study abroad for our success in the future.

— Rammaru “Ran” Suzuki

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