This blog was written by guest blogger James Warwick (EFL teacher at Maltalingua English Language School). I have had many very happy holidays in Malta and so can vouch for it being an idyllic place to learn a language.
Studying English? Benefits of choosing Malta
Do they speak English in Malta? Should I go to Malta to learn English? Yes. As native speakers of English the Maltese are a talented multilingual group of people. Almost everyone on the island speaks at least two languages (English and Maltese) and some even speak Italian as well.
The 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. It is also a perfect chance for you to practice your English with the locals. On the weekend you can swim in the clear waters of Blue Lagoon, travel to Valletta to see Maltese history or go shopping at The Point in Sliema. Or if you’re feeling adventurous you can travel to Gozo, a little island just off the coast of Malta, and experience the wonders of Victoria, the islands capital. Malta has a lot to offer and for the two weeks you are here I challenge you to explore all the amazing things there are to do here.
What about the quality of the teaching? At Maltalingua all the teachers are qualified and licenced and go through a rigorous interview process to make sure that you get the best teaching possible. So you can relax in the knowledge that you are in safe hands. Learning English and having fun are possible – but only in Malta and only at Maltalingua.
To check out our competition and for a chance to win two weeks in Malta please follow the link: Maltalingua in the sun
For more information about Maltalingua:
Maltalingua English Language School
151, Boxer House Birkirkara Hill
St. Julian’s Malta
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