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The Secret Holiday Upgrade – Speak the Language

July 22nd, 2011|Tags: |

SECRET TO A FREE HOLIDAY UPGRADE – EVEN IF YOU’RE BOOKED - SPEAK THE LANGUAGE Learn the language for a better holiday Holiday season is nearly upon us – kids have just weeks to go before the Summer break and if you’re like me, you are now frantically scrabbling around for a last minute deal. If you are not like me (ie you are organised), your holiday has been booked for months – I must try this. HOLIDAY UPGRADE Whichever camp you fall into, there is a simple and remarkable effective way to [...]

Family Board Games are sooooo last century! Think again – we need them.

March 19th, 2011|Tags: , , |

Family Board Games and why they're still important Mum  : "How about a game of Monopoly or KLOO after dinner tonight? Daughter: "But isn't 'X-Factor' on the box at 8 pm?" TV v Traditional Family Board Game - that's a complete mismatch, right? It's a David v Goliath struggle - that Goliath wins hands down in nearly every household. We have more channels that we can possibly watch. We have PVRs in case we miss something. There is video gaming too. Not to mention the Internet. And what about Smartphones?...... It seems that, without really noticing or understanding [...]

Monolingualism can seriously damage your career propsects

November 3rd, 2010|Tags: |

Or bilingualism can seriously improve your career prospects! Who needs a second language? The English are bad (and maybe a little lazy) when it comes to learning a second language. What is the point when so many people abroad have taken the trouble to learn our language?  And let’s face it, modern languages are not the easiest of subjects at school. Children see foreign language as tough and often choose to drop it as a subject at secondary school.  Since 2004 the number of children taking languages in the UK has dropped by [...]

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