Language students must decide at the time of registration where they would like to be accommodated during their language study trip.
Langu age students must decide at the time of registration where they would like to be accommodated during their langu age study trip. Langu age students have the choice between the college and a host family. While the langu age student usually has little privacy when staying at the college and usually has to share the room with other students, the langu age student usually has their own room in a host family.
Host families who take in langu age students for the duration of langu age study trips usually live close to the college and also have previous experience with langu age students because they have taken in students who were on langu age study trips before. While students who stay at the college for the duration of their langu age study trip usually live with other students from their country and can also talk to them in their native langu age , students who are on a langu age study trip are left to their own devices in a host family and have to use their existing or newly acquired langu age skills practically every day. To talk “with hands and feet” in the context of a longer lasting langu age trip will not be possible in the long run.
The accommodation of langu age students in host families fulfils exactly this purpose, because the practical use of the langu age is usually what prevents many people from learning a foreign langu age . If, on the other hand, a langu age student is left to his own devices during a langu age study trip among locals, i.e. lives with them, he learns the foreign langu age much, much more easily. Langu age trips are becoming more and more popular, especially among young people. In terms of accommodation , it is recommended – depending on age and independence – to stay in a college. Here, the supervisors of a langu age study trip are always on site as a contact person.
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