We married six months after the conference and we moved to the United States. Currently, we live in a small, friendly, community in Norwich, Vermont. Our home is on a farm, and we have four horses, four dogs and four children. I am currently working full-time as a graphic designer at a very successful advertising agency in Woodstock, Vermont. In addition, during my free time, I enjoy reading a good book and working out in the gym. Some of my hobbies include skydiving, hiking and horseback riding. One challenging issue for me is the fact that English is my second language. This means that I often have to use an editor in order to make sure that I am writing the words correctly. What many people do not realize is that students with English as their second language have to use other ways of learning English that natural English speakers. According to Yau-hau Tse (2011) “students used six dimensions of language learning strategies: cognitive, social, association, compensation, assistance and constructive strategies” (p. 33). These strategies are particularly important when a student is in college because they are basically on their own to learn. As an example, an individual may have to use all six of these strategies at the same time when they are listening to a lecture in class. Although all students must use some of these strategies, the foreign language student must use all of them at different times within a lecture. This means that we have to be highly focused and very targeted.