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Today was the first day of school.
Before I got to my school, I had to change my travellers cheques to Australian dollars at a bank, the Commonwealth Bank. ( To have the money changed. pay a 6 dollar service charge.)
Since a banker counted out lots of money in front of the customers, I was very scared and checked out the people around me to see if they were looking. haha

After that, I had a test from 2 o'clock, but did it make sense? It was very easy and was not related to IELTS at all. The vice-president looked at my answers for a few seconds and said "I thought you were 21 or so" when she read my resume." LOL

Actually, I am going to take the evening IELTS course from 4:00 to 8:30 at a school named Llords international college (It is located on Pitt street near TOWN HALL station and it costs $200 per week.) Anyway, I'd like to get 7 overall.

After that, I had a class and there were many students, most of which were koreans. Basically, for the first three hours we are supposed to study by myself on grammar collections in a passage and 2 writing tasks by ourselves, and for the last hour, the teacher explains a bit and we then study for the reading or listening section. While we work on it, teacher checks our work out. Can I improve my ability in this way? I'll study anyway though.

In Japan, Colleges are similar to universities. So, I was really surprised to see that colleges here refer to language schools. I hope it works on me!!


Today’s word(s) or phrase(s) found in my daily life.
1. split (from/ with sb) (on TV)
= to leave sb and stop having a realationship with them.
2. on the rise (on TV)
= something is increasing (when referring to statistic)

→I've known these words, but I haven't used them in this way.
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