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Why Should I Teach my Child a Second Language?

The Dos and Don’ts of Teaching Our Children a Second Language Giving your child the opportunity to learn a second language is possibly the most exciting and fulfilling thing that you can do as a parent. Well, apart from showing… Continue reading →

The Benefit of Being an Open-minded Language Learner

It seems to me that when people first start learning a language, they believe that they must focus on specific dialects and regions.  For example, they will say, “I want to learn Mexican Spanish” or “I want to learn American… Continue reading →

How to live like a German when learning the language

A Step-by-Step Guide to German Immersion Would you like to learn German? Come to Germany! There is no better place to learn German than in good ol’ sunny Germany. Right?! Are you shaking your head and saying “Nah, man, Germany… Continue reading →

Love in Translation

There has never been more of a need to translate things accurately, to translate things truthfully, and this has to coexist with the fact that languages are growing, changing, and dying all the time—shaped by humanity as it races forwards…. Continue reading →

Embracing the inner Brad Pitt: Confessions of a language coach learning Italian

Inspired by the Polyglot Gathering in Berlin this year I decided to test my language learning skills. Having advised so many LinguaLift students, I thought it was time to employ my own tips. I’ve learned languages in the past, and… Continue reading →

The language of Euro 2016

   In the spirit of the Football Tournament that has taken over Europe, Richard, this month’s guest blogger, thought it relevant to take a look at the football language of each remaining team in the race, apart from one, who can guess… Continue reading →

Practicing languages and saving our planet at the same time: it’s possible!

  You must be wondering how being ecologically responsible has anything to do with language learning? Well it’s easy, I am not talking about going green and changing your entire way of life. I would simply like to suggest a… Continue reading →

TOEFL advice on a budget

Yay, it’s English Language Day! A great way to celebrate the English language is to sit down and learn some tips and tricks from Lucas Fink, our Guest Blogger this month, on how to ace your TOEFL exam. Check out his advice… Continue reading →

Socio-Cultural Aspect of Language Learning

On the 15th of April we celebrate the Universal Day of Culture which was proposed by the Russian artist Nicholas Roerich. Nobody would argue that culture is the basis of all human activity, which explains a large part of our… Continue reading →

How to Start a Career in Languages?

This month Gabriele Monti, creator of thelanguageclass.co.uk tells us all we have to know in order to kickstart a career in languages. If you’re a passionate language lover keep on reading to find out how to make your passion your… Continue reading →

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