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Why study English in New York? February 16, 2015

If you’ve ever been to New York, you know that it can be a magical place, full of big buildings, bigger crowds, and enough variety of food and culture and things to do that you’ll never get bored.  So why study English here?  We’ll give you a few good reasons.


In case you weren’t aware, the Chinese Lunar New Year is coming up soon on February 19th.  If you’ve never experienced a Chinese New Year celebration, there’s no time like the present.  Head over to Chinatown and get ready for a great cultural experience you won’t soon forget.


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manhattan nightlife

Learning English doesn’t have to stay in the classroom. After class is over, it’s time to head out and put what you’ve studied into practice. With that said, to put your studies into practice means going somewhere where you can actually hold a conversation with someone whether it be old friends or new acquaintances. So, meet up with classmates at one of our five picks below for best low-key bars in Lower Manhattan and be treated to an evening of relaxing atmosphere, great discussion, and lots of fun!

Are you wondering what it would be like to study English in New York? Have you ever thought about what a walk from the subway to your English school might look like? If you’re enrolled in classes at The New York English Academy, ideally located in the city’s Financial District, there are plenty of opportunities to explore the surrounding area’s rich architectural history. In this article we will guide you on a tour of iconic landmarks starting at our home on Maiden Lane and ending at one of the city’s most famous sites, the Brooklyn Bridge.

brooklyn bridge