Tag: language learning

What can learning a new language do for you?

Learning a new language can be hard. No one could deny that. The moments of frustration are not hard to come by. You may find yourself ready to give up more often than you’d like to admit. And yet, there is always a silver lining. Why should you not abandon your studies? Or rather, why…
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Four Ways to Get Better at Language Learning

Have you ever found yourself feeling stuck in your attempts to learn another language? It happens to everyone. If you’re feeling frustrated, try these strategies proposed by Alex Rawlings who was named Britain’s most multilingual student. He teamed up with British Council to make a video discussing 4 ways to improve at a learning a language….
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When Are You Fluent in Another Language?

What really defines fluency in a language? It’s a difficult question, but this video gives a great answer. Alex Rawlings is an excellent person to consult about this question. He was named Britain’s most multilingual student and he teamed up with British Council to make a video about becoming fluent in another language and what that…
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The Benefits of Learning a New Language

We truly believe that you can gain a lot by learning another language. But don’t just take our word for it… Alex Rawlings, named Britain’s most multilingual student, teamed up with British Council to make a video about the benefits of learning a new language. We couldn’t agree more with the points in this video and…
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What Our Students Are Saying

“Travelling with the Language Learning Institute is a wonderful experience! The groups are small, there is a lot of variety, and the trips are flexible enough that you can break away and do your own thing for a while if you want. I have never really wanted to do that, though, because the planned activities are so interesting. I have been on two trips on which I learned a lot about the different regions of France and even Belgium. The trip cost includes five or so sessions before the trip in which we learn about what we are going to experience and in which we learn a little of the language so that we can at least order in French. There is also a wine and cheese party in which we sample the products of the regions we are going to visit and in which we get to know our trip mates better. I would recommend the Learn French and Travel trips to anyone, but particularly for those who want to visit a country in a way that combines the security of a group with the flexibility to do your own thing!”

— Karen Watkins (Schenectady, NY)

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