Our newest BridgePathways at Chadron State College came to learn English in the USA to pursue a more opportunistic future.
Ever wondered what Denver is like for a visitor? Rodrigo, General English student, tells us about his experience learning English in Denver.
You’ve decided to learn English, the next step is deciding where. You may want read this before buying that plane ticket to New York or California:
Our student Romulo has taken advantage of Colorado’s 300 days of sunshine. Read about his outdoor adventures that have made his learning experience extremely fun:
Make this the year that you stick to your resolution, because you’re not alone! You’ve got a team of outstanding advisors dedicated to helping you achieve your goals of self-improvement:
Falling in love with winter in the Centennial State? Be ready for your first breathtaking, adventurous winter in Colorado with this winter vocab list!
Nelson got to sink his teeth into a sugary Halloween for his very first time this year. Read his experience about the traditions of the spooky American celebration:
Nathalie erased her fear of English and turned it something much stronger than she ever could have imagined.
Students at our language center in Denver come from all around the world. Each of them brings a unique culture, dialect and experiences that (believe it or not) can be understood despite language barriers. We encourage our students to practice their english with each other, and it’s through these open classroom conversations that we find students with incredible stories to share. BridgeEnglish student, Nelson D., found this particular classmate so inspiring, he decided to write a profile about her:
Have you ever been given an explanation as to why learning English can be difficult? BridgeEnglish Denver student, Nelson D. has some insight to why learning English is a challenge.