Zoni Language Centers – Brooklyn NY
Zoni Language Centers – Brooklyn, NY is an English Language School that offers Standard English Courses for everyone active to learn English. This school is part of our success network schools who has been providing quality and affordable education for over 25 years.
Brooklyn, NY is a vibrant, creative city, rejoice in freedom and broad-mindedness. Often eccentric, always charming, this vibrant destination has much to offer, from its wide-ranging neighbourhoods and stunning surroundings to its wonderful seafood and architecture. The most populous New York City borough, and formerly a separate city. Located south and east of Manhattan across the East River of the city. Known for a lot of staff especially for artists, music venues, beaches, and Coney Island. Brooklyn is also home to the Barclays Center, an arena that hosts the Brooklyn Nets professional basketball team. Brooklyn (its name as borough of the city of New York; it is also Kings County, a county of the state of New York), the "Borough of Homes and Churches," is one of the five Boroughs of New York. It used to be and still feels much like a city in its own right, with approximately 2.5 million inhabitants. If separated from the rest of New York City, Brooklyn would be the 4th-most populous American city. Brooklyn is situated on the westernmost point of Long Island and shares a land boundary with Queens, which partially encircles Brooklyn to the north, east and south; Manhattan lies across the East River to the west and north of Brooklyn, and Staten Island is across the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge to the southwest. The borough's East River waterfront offers some of the area's most stunning panoramic views of the Manhattan skyline. Brooklyn is currently enjoying a period of growth and affluence not seen since before World War II. There's world-class theater at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, the center of a proposed new arts district that will include a new art museum and a highly controversial Frank Gehry-designed sports area home for the NBA's Nets. Frederick Law Olmsted, who designed Brooklyn's Prospect Park as well as Manhattan's Central Park, thought his Brooklyn creation the finer of the two. Elsewhere in the borough, Williamsburg is a hipster neighborhood and burgeoning art colony, and Brighton Beach is home to New York's largest concentration of Russian immigrants.