Study English in New Zealand

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Study English in New Zealand

Postby English-nz » Mon, 19 Apr 2010 03:37:18 -0500

This site is a fantastic site for overseas students looking for the right school to study at in New Zealand. English Schools New Zealand or will help you find what you are looking for. Students can choose certain criteria such as whether they want to study in a large or small city, near the beach or mountains etc and how many students are in the school. Each school as a profile page so you can see clearly what they are all about. Take a look for yourself!
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Re: Study English in New Zealand

Postby Greg85 » Fri, 13 Jun 2014 11:10:31 -0500

Auckland, the largest city in New Zealand, is situated on a narrow stretch of land in the north of the country. The city's two harbours have earned it the name of "City of Sails".

Auckland has magnificent beaches and perfect sailing conditions. A boat trip to the islands in the Hauraki Gulf is an experience not to be missed. Auckland is the financial and business centre of New Zealand and, as such, it naturally offers attractive shopping amenities, for example the Atrium on Elliott Street. The largest collection of Polynesian and Maori art in the world is on show at the Auckland Museum. -read more :

Do you feel that editing may not deserve the same amount of time as writing? Quite the contrary, the editing part is the most difficult and usually requires even more time input that the initial draft. Many students, academics and novelists sometimes tend to make the assumption that their spur-of-the-moment manuscript need not be touched. However, depending on the amount of time invested initially, an individual may not want to peruse and review the content over and over again.

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