Going into the military has to be one of the most noble and selfless acts that any person can commit to. It takes a lot of courage to sign up for a position that could possibly place you on the front lines of a battlefield. What you are doing is possibly laying your life down so that someone else can experience great freedoms. However, it's time to do something for yourself as well.
- Learning English is a difficult — but more and more important — task. But being able to converse in an English-speaking world is vital for many careers, relationships, and educational opportunities. So, if you're taking on this particular challenge, how can you excel in any ESL (English as a Second Language) class? Here are five tips to remember. 1. Immerse Yourself. If you live in the United States, there are more than enough opportunities to practice whatever language skill you have.