Ismail: BridgeEnglish Student From Sudan

Although he has only been living here for a few months, Ismail has thoroughly enjoyed his time in the Mile-High City. He firmly believes that “English is the language that people need all over the world”; he has seen how learning to speak English has opened many doors for him personally and professionally. With a strong passion for all entrepreneurs out there, this wise businessman left one note of advice and encouragement…

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Why Study English in Denver? For the Weather, Of Course!

Many native Coloradans say that if you want to live in a state with all four seasons, then Colorado is hands down the best state to live in. I couldn’t agree more. I personally think, aside from not having an ocean, Colorado is the greatest place to live in the United States, which makes it even better that BridgeEnglish is located in the heart of Denver.

When I first started working at Bridge, I have to admit, I found it a bit odd that students from all over the world would want to come study English in Denver, not because Denver isn’t great, but when you think about a foreigner coming to the states for the first time you assume that they would want to go to New York or Miami or Los Angeles; one of the bigger more popular states that are known throughout the entire world.

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Tips for English Students: How to Get Around in Denver, Colorado

To someone visiting Denver from out of town, particularly from another country, it may seem like a challenging city to navigate. It doesn’t boast an underground subway, as common as they are in other major cities around the world, and the city itself is a sprawling metropolis. So as a visitor, how do you get around?To someone visiting Denver from out of town, particularly from another country, it may seem like a challenging city to navigate. It doesn’t boast an underground subway, as common as they are in other major cities around the world, and the city itself is a sprawling metropolis. So as a visitor, how do you get around?To someone visiting Denver from out of town, particularly from another country, it may seem like a challenging city to navigate. It doesn’t boast an underground subway, as common as they are in other major cities around the world, and the city itself is a sprawling metropolis. So as a visitor, how do you get around?To someone visiting Denver from out of town, particularly from another country, it may seem like a challenging city to navigate. It doesn’t boast an underground subway, as common as they are in other major cities around the world, and the city itself is a sprawling metropolis. So as a visitor, how do you get around?

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