Learn English in Australia
Australia is such a vast and immense country that it is difficult to put into words all that this incredible land has to offer. The land of sea, sun and sand is truly in a class of its own. From extensive coastlines to spacious areas of barren land, this country holds an abundance of breathtaking Australia is such a vast and immense country that it is difficult to put into words all that this incredible land has to offer.
In Australia we offer English courses in the following cities:
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Type: Australia's oldest and largest city
Climate: The city of Sydney has a temperate climate, with warm summers and cool winters, as well as some rainfall throughout the year.
Description: Sydney, the capital city of New South Wales, is the oldest and largest city in all of Australia. Sydney provides excellent opportunities for learning English as the hospitable and friendly nature of the English speaking locals creates a welcoming atmosphere and the chance to immerse yourself into the culture. Residents of the city are more than happy to help out visitors. There are a number of attractions open to the public that provide vast learning opportunities to practice the language and enjoy the culture.
Australia is an amazing country with so much to offer to its visitors. Thanks to its diverse environment and stunning climate, this country boasts plenty to do and see whilst emerging oneself into the relaxed but outside culture and lifestyle.
One of the main natural attractions is the Great Barrier Reef, which stretches for over 2,600 kilometres along the Queensland coastline. The twinkling, clear turquoise waters of the reef are the perfect spot for budding divers or to enjoy a swim in the warm water. Below the surface are numerous underwater beauties including colourful coral and a wide variety of sealife.
In terms of the language, it is a well-known fact that Australian English includes many coloquial terms which are unique to the country and emphasise the relaxed and laid back approach to life. A familiar word used by true Australians is 'outback' which, in translation, means any remote area with a small population; another typical word is 'the bush' meaning a country area or a forest. There are elements of Aboriginal languages that have been incorporated into Australian English which are generally found in names of places and fauna.
As well as offering an outstanding coastline, there are many other attractions including the grand city of Sydney, which is a fabulous place to visit and is blessed with the magnificently structured Sydney Opera House. There is also plenty of native wildlife including Koalas, Kangaroos, Tasmanian Devils, Echidna, Wombats, Possums and the adorable Little Penguin, which can not only been seen in the zoos but also in the wild.