21/NOV/2005 1:51 PM
«I've got a question for the ones who have learned/improved their English abroad.
Do you guys think 6 months living in the USA should be enough for an advanced student to get total fluency? »
Like you say it obviously depends on the student but also on the environment you'll be living in. What will your exposure to English be, how many hours per day will you really be able to interact and practise? Instead of 'total' fluency , to become pretty fluent is perhaps a better aim.
Total fluency would mean to talk like a native , that may take years.
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