ZURICH – Despite the Euro 2008 football champtionship LSI Zurich (Switzerland) German students are out and about on a Zurich cultural orientation run, communicating with local people to discover as much as possible about Switzerland’s history, from legend William Tell to local Swiss Cuisine, sites and the Swiss mentality. The students managed “really well”, said American university student Brad, despite this being the first week or learning German. “You kindof have to use your hands and feet a bit, but hey, I understand directions and most Swiss people already – they’re really helpful”, said Juliana from Brazil.
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Zurich – Can it get any cheesier??? We try and do our utmost for our students here at LSI Zurich, even if this means going out for traditional Swiss Cheese Fondue in summer – temperatures reaching between 32°C and 36°C. Japanese lawyer Akiko Isoda from Osaka initiated this ‘cheesy’ experience: “I know this is totally off-season, but this is my first chance to taste real Swiss food and real Fondue not coming from a package!”. Even LSI Zurich teachers were happy about the experience: “Eat a lot of cumin with the fondue and even your stomach finds Cheese Fondue enjoyable in summer.”
ZURICH – Students from all over Europe at Language Studies International have held their own Euro 2008 football championship last weekend. 5 minutes from the Zurich school LSI Zurich the tabvle football tournament led to challenging matches. The finale was played by Italian Carlo Meroni, who lost against his Swiss teacher Tanja Meroni 8-2. Carlo was quite unhappy about his loss: “I was hoping to at least win the Mini-Euro 2008 after Italy had already been unsuccessful in the big Euro 2008!”. Carlo is now on his way to study at LSI London Hampstead: “I’ll teach the British, what real football is”. Carlo has already prebooked tickets for a London derby from Switzerland: “It’s as simple as booking my English course in London on lsi.edu!”