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Learning English in the Sun!

October 27th, 2012|Tags: |

he main reason everyone comes to Malta is obvious, the weather. With beautiful crystal clear waters and an exciting nightlife, Malta is clearly a lot of fun. The famous Paceville district in St. Julians offers students a chance to unwind after a day of studying.

Intermediate Language Learner Hell – MFL halfway house

October 23rd, 2012|Tags: |

When you're good but not that good at languages When Italians talk fast it can leave us learners behind There's a horrible mid-point in language learning when you're pretty good but not actually totally proficient. I have reached that point - and it's very frustrating and, as you will see, potentially embarrassing. When you're a beginner - native speakers can see that you're trying to speak the languageĀ and help you out. When you're fluent - well of course all is fine anyway. When you're halfway you are in lingo limbo. I speak pretty [...]

Free Tickets to the Language Show, 19 – 21 Oct 12, Olympia, London

October 17th, 2012|

Over 10,000 language learners, teachers, translators, linguists, jobseekers and language professionals attend the show for an three incredible days.

MFL Classroom of the future – IT for Languages

October 13th, 2012|

KLOO language board game may be low tech but it delivers language learning at a rate that many expensive MFL IT systems struggle to compete with.

Don’t be fooled – Speaking English is not enough

October 7th, 2012|

Did you know that those who speak languages have better career prospects and can expect to be paid better? The jobs market is competitive and if you want an edge - get a language!

Europe wins the Ryder Cup – how’s that relevant to language learning?

October 2nd, 2012|

So what if there were some really good MFL games - and the way to score points is by learning words and making sentences in a foreign language? And what if the points enabled you to power a small car in a Race to Paris or Madrid? What would happen?

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