It gives me great pleasure to share with you some of my experience at David’s English Center. Having studied English on my own and at school, I always found the classes to be exceptionally boring and progress to be painfully slow. So, needless to say, when I enrolled at David’s I was expecting more of the same. Fortunately, David’s offered something different. The classes were dynamic and interesting. For the first time, I actually found myself enjoying English class – even looking forward to it. So, this is a first time I have had a positive feeling toward learning English. Part of this is surely because of the useful class materials, but for the most part, I think it’s because I am now encouraged to study harder. These changes have come as a pleasant surprise! Only three months ago, I was afraid of conversing with foreigner customers as I could barely comprehend what they were saying. But now, I relish the opportunity to engage in conversation. I’m still a little nervous responding, but I'm confident that in time I will overcome this as well. Honestly, I was a little confused before, because I heard the best way of learning English was through memorization. I asked my X1’s teacher Lucia, she answered me “It should be better using a natural way.” I was surprised a little bit at that moment and afterwards I tried to follow her advice. What about now? Well, I am getting better at comprehension and listening. Now I just react using short sentences when replying to questions or making comments. So, I thank Lucia so much. I really appreciate her guidance and professional advice. Then I started the next level of classes. I continued learning in X2 with Joe. In this casual conversation based-course, I’ve found something amazing has happened. My speaking has improved! I never thought that I would have such a kind and funny teacher as him. I truly feel fortunate to have found this class. I realized that David’s class was quite clever and the relaxed atmosphere aids student interest in learning English. The stories, questions and articles are interesting and motivate students to participate. Wow! “So lucky"