Homecooked meals 英会話・英語 アミック


Hello, everyone!
If you didn’t already know, I’m Singaporean by nationality – born and raised in the Little Red Dot – but I was raised Indonesian. My Indonesian parents emigrated from Indonesia in the early 90s as soon as they got married, and started a new life in Singapore. They had me soon after, and the rest is history.
Growing up, homecooked meals were my favourite. They still are. I’ve been living abroad for almost a decade now and there’s nothing I miss more than my mother’s cooking. I enjoy exploring new cultures and discovering delicious food, but nothing beats Indonesian food. Indonesian cuisine, like most Southeast Asian cuisines, includes a wonderful mix of seasoning, herbs, and spices.
Ever since I started living on my own, I learned to cook. Cooking is a valuable life skill, and no matter how old you are, whether you’re a boy or girl, man or woman, you should really know how to cook! Your tastebuds and tummy will be very grateful. I learned to cook several types of food over the years, namely Chinese, Japanese, Korean and Thai.
I enjoy cooking and sharing my meals with friends. Indonesian food isn’t as widely popular overseas, unlike Thai or Vietnamese food. If you like Thai or Vietnamese food, I really recommend you try Indonesian!
– Tirta




最近のグローバル化に伴い、英会話スクールの必要性はますます増加しております。特に、スピーキング・リスニング・ライティング・リーディングの4技能をバランスよく持つ人材が必要とされており、英検など4技能対応型の試験への期待も高まっております。小学校の英語必修化や資格試験を重視する大学入試の大幅な変更もすぐそこに迫って来ている中、 アミック・イングリッシュセンターとしては、英検やTOEICの対策にも力を入れており、優秀な外国人及び日本人講師を積極的に採用しております。