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20 October 2020

Lockdown acclimatised many of us to near-revolutionary changes in how we live and work. Services such as healthcare, essential retail and postal services were able to continue to keep people healthy and supplied with the food, medicines and materials they […]

14 July 2020

Getting to grips with a host of unknown words is a part of the language-learning journey, but there are plenty of ways to improve your vocabulary without too much stress and struggle. This article introduces some effective vocabulary-building techniques that you can use to fast-track your language learning experience.

05 May 2020

English is the global language of business, the most widely spoken language in the world, and the native language of some of the most inventive scientists and engineers the world has ever seen – but it can also be tricky to learn until you master some of its golden rules and irregularities.

In this article, we explore English language and culture via cups of tea, irregular verbs and a trip to the seaside.

30 April 2019

Learning a language and its accompanying culture can be an entertaining challenge. It is one thing to conquer the vocabulary and structure your thoughts into grammatically correct sentences, but another thing entirely to understand the idiosyncrasies of a language that […]

23 April 2019

Traditional teaching styles have fuelled the myth about Italian being a challenging language. But it doesn’t have to be that way.

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