All you need to do, is make sure English is not your native language. And no matter where you do your erasmus, you will probably learn a lot of English. Plus whatever the local language is, assuming it’s not English. Two for the price of one. Did I mention you’ll learn English?
What I’m trying to say is, it’s extremely difficult for native English speakers to learn other languages because it seems like everyone studies English and knows enough for conversation. In fact, more often than not, they’ll know it better than the local language when on erasmus.
In other words, I’m blaming my lack of progression with French on what I’ve just said above.
In other words, being a native English speaker is fantastic (you’ll almost always be able to find other English-speakers no matter where you go) – unless you want to learn a language.
In other words, I’d really like to learn some French.