Firstly, I talked to my conversation partner and some other friends in college ministry every often，improving my spoken English.
I spoke to my conversation partner and friends at College Ministry very often, thus improving in English orally.
so what we talked about varied from his previous work experience in finance industry to culture difference between US and China.
We spoke over various topics that ranged from his previous work experience in a Finance industry to the cultural differences between the US and China.
He still keeps in touch with me through phone now, saying that I am much easier to understand now than before.
We still remain in contact through phone calls where he encourages and motivates by telling me how much progress i have made.
At the same time, I came to conversation club in college ministry once a week. I met people from different countries in the club and tried to imitate native speakers' pronunciation and intonation. I talked value, trust and justice with people from different countries, practicing organizing and expressing my thoughts in English quickly. So my ability to speak English is undoubted.
I also joined a Conversation Club in College Ministry around the same time. We had discussions over value, trust and justice with members from different regions of the world. Thus I had mastered how to practice, organize and express my own thoughts in English. Hence my ability to speak the English language is undoubted.
Secondly, I earned A in all the finance related courses when I was in University of ***, showing that I can understand English text and lecture very well. In the class, I could not only understand the lecture very well but also communicate with professors by answering their questions and even pointing out their mistakes. In addition, I adapted quickly to Southern American English, indicating that my language sense is good. After class, I read supplement materials on the website such as Bloomberg and even in the journals like Journal of Financial Economics and Journal of Finance. I believe that English won't be my academic hurdle if I study in ***
Secondly, I scored an A in all the finance related courses I took. This shows that I can understand English text and lectures. In class, not only did I comprehend ever word the professor spoke, I communicated with him by answering questions and pointing out mistakes. It didn't take me much time to adapt to South American English. After class, I would read... and in journals such as Journal of Finance...
Finally, I have done a lot of work to
written English. Although in *** writing essays
in English was a piece of cake for me, I decided to
to improve my writing skill further more. So I took Intro to College Writing.
This was a big challenge for me
as I had to compete with other classmates, whose native language was English. Although
scored a B in this course, I learned a lot of valuable knowledge such as MLA style format, which would be very useful in future graduate academic writing. Moreover, I went to the writing center for professional advice and gradually
learned American writing culture as well. To practice more, I
wrote a diary in English. At present, I feel excited about writing in English and using the new words or sentences I learn
from every English newspaper I read.