Exams are like Marmite: you either hate or love them. I hated them: Invigilators purposely stomped loudly to show their ‘authority’, there was always that kid breathing heavily next to me, and I was in constant fear my phone was going to go off even though I left it at home.
When I tell people that I graduated with a joint honours degree in English Language and Sports Studies, I’m often greeted with some baffled responses.
In the life of an English Language student, you get asked a lot of questions about what you actually do.
People confuse it with literature and when told it’s completely different, they’re left bewildered.
How can studying English Language get you a job in the future?
There are more skills than you think.
Being an English Language student at Worcester University, there are some of the things I observed that my peers and I do.
A bit of a course-specific blog, this one!
The title is pretty self-explanatory…
It’s about books that will be advantageous to fellow English Language Studies students.
Us English have a stereotype of visiting non-English speaking countries and nonchalantly speaking English, if they don’t understand us, WE SPEAK EVEN LOUDER until they magically learn our language by our increased vocals.