Tagged: US

Why we chose to study in the US

You’re thinking about studying abroad. You can’t wait to start your adventure. But there’s just one problem – you don’t know which country to pick. So how do you choose?...

5 American idioms that you need to know

A few weeks ago we shared our video on common British idioms. Now INTO Marshall University’s Ashley has listed some popular American idioms that often confuse international students… English can be difficult...

Global Culture: 5 Easter questions answered

If you’re an international student in the UK or US, then it’s probably obvious to you by now that Easter is here. But before you yell “Geronimo” and dive into...

10 questions, 1 teacher: INTO OSU

Carly Gerig, a General English teacher at INTO Oregon State University talks about life as a teacher in the US… What’s your teaching style? I try to make all my classes lively...

Study Tips: How to do effective group work

Working in a group can be a challenge at first – especially for international students, where there can be language barriers and cultural differences. However, love it or hate it,...

10 Questions, 1 Teacher: INTO CSU

As part of our 10 Questions, 1 Teacher series, we caught up with Wayne Walker who teaches English at INTO Colorado State University. 1. What’s your teaching style? Being communicative...