페이지 정보작성자 악동팀 작성일20-06-10 04:27 조회11회 댓글0건
orporate many English words into their speech."I bought something at a convenience store and gave my credit card to the clerk for payment. The clerk asked a question but I couldn't understand it. After a few seconds of awkward silence, I took my credit card back and rushed out in embarrassment," she said."I realized later that the question was just about whether I wanted to get points on my credit card purchase. I don't understand at all when people use so many English words," she added.The experience prompted her to study English hard. She memorized English words and sentences every day and joined the Access program right when it was launched at Great Vision School.She now feels the difference that the class is making."I had not met or spoken to an American back in North Korea. I just got cold feet only thinking about an American coming close to me for fear that I had to speak," she said. "Now I have little trouble at least speaking to my tutor in English."??? Students study English during an Access program class at Great Vision School, an alternative school for North Korean defectors, located in Uijeongbu, north of Seoul. English is an important subject in South Korea, where scores on the language can determine what 롤대리 university you go to or what company you can work for. Parents are enthusiastic about English education for their kids. Some send 롤대리 their children to cram schools or hire private tutors for early childhood education. Others send them overseas for language training.Many young North Korean defectors struggling to adjust to a new life in South Korea cannot 롤대리 afford those luxuries. Some, like Hwang, come here alone and have no family to depend on.Moreover, many of them didn't get basic education, in English and other major subjects, when they were in North Korea. That makes it harder for them to catch up with South Korean classmates and challenges can get tougher as they get older.According to a 2016 survey, the dropout rate among
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