We finally come to the end of the September. Personally, the first month in Angers is quite hard but highly useful. First of all, the 30-day intense class runs me out. Generally, I have at least 2 hours Langue class everyday, which provides us a stage to learn various parts about France. For example, in my class, we have learnt how to say different vegetable, different cuisine, different sports, or different climate in french, and then we get to know some basic french culture, like how to behave when we have a dinner or whats the safest way to get along with french people. Whats more, after this class, we may establish a basic concept about regions of France, which means you will be aware of Bordeaux is the best place to taste grand wine, Reims is suitable to produce champagne, Saint-Tropez is wildly known for its rich history and the extremely wealthy summertime guests, you can do surfing in Biarritz or do skiing in Chamonix, or if you admire the ancient roman architecture but instead of going to Rome, visiting Nimes is your best choice. Without doubt, learning process is painful, but the result turns out very satisfactory. Besides Langue, Comprehension Orale, Expression Orale and Laboratoire are obliged. Comprehension Orale and Laboratoire help you practice listening, the differece is in the class of C.O, you practise with professors, but in Lab, you face a computer. Personally, Expression Orale is my favorite, for we speak a lot during the class and enough communication offers us chance to understand and get to know each other, and its the best time to make friends as well. Simultaneously, CIDEF organised a number of activities we can take part in. On the weekend, one day trip with CIDEF is popular. One day trip normally departs early in the morning, and then spends the whole day in a castle, cave or on a coast, and comes back late at night and I am highly recommended to join them. In addition, during the week, there are a variety of party nights! Of course, they are really fun but just watch out your bus schedule. This is my first month in Angers, and I can wait to welcome the following days!