페이지 정보작성자 악동팀 작성일20-06-10 03:39 조회14회 댓글0건
as part of a program sponsored by the United States, a country that they were told back in the communist nation was their greatest enemy. Many of them had little or no English education before coming to South Korea. Makia Thomas teaches a student during an Access program class at Great Vision School, an alternative school for North Korean defectors, located in Uijeongbu, north of Seoul. "I like this class," said Kim Hong-woo, a 17-year-old student attending the class at Great Vision School, an alternative school for North Korean defectors, located in Uijeongbu, north of Seoul."I have little trouble understanding the teacher speaking English. I think the class is just my level.""I don't know whether English will help me achieve my dream to be a comedian. Why do I study English? I just want to travel to the US some day," he added.Kim is one of dozens of students taking part in the English Access Microscholarship Program by the US State Department.Launched in 2004, 롤대리 the program aims to help youngsters in underdeveloped countries enhance their English skills.More than 150,000 people in about 80 countries have taken part in the program.Earlier this year, the program was launched for North Korean defectors living in South Korea. About 60 North Korean defectors, or their kids aged 13-20, are now studying in the one-year program.Hwang Mi-jeong (an alias), a 20-year-old North Korean defector, joined the program -- two three-hour classes a week 롤대리 -- but without thinking much 롤대리 about her dreams or of traveling to the US in the future. She just wanted to make it easier to live in South Korea where she had trouble understanding people who inc
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