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Some good TED talks for English learners

Watching TED talks can be a great way for students of English (and other languages) to practice. There are TED talks of all levels, covering a wide range of topics. You can choose to...

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Why are you learning a language?

Many people are instinctively attracted to learning a language. However, other people, are not. Many see language learning as an impossible mountain to climb. Worse still, some people don’t see the point. In secondary...

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The Influence of Guarani on Argentinian Spanish (and English)

Guarani is a very special language.  It is one of the most widely spoken indigenous languages of the Americas. It is the only indigenous language spoken by a majority of the population of an American country...

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How to make the most of your time studying English abroad

Last week we looked at how to choose a study-abroad programme. Hopefully, this will have been a fantastic decision. But your decisions don’t stop there! How you interact with the course, your classes and...

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Should I study English abroad?

Are you thinking about studying English abroad? It can be a fantastic experience, and a great opportunity to improve your English skills. There are countless destinations, and thousands of schools, that receive groups of...

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Preparing yourself for an Interview in English

So, you have your first interview in English. Great! Well done on getting this far. For many people, interviews can bring a lot of stress. This stress can be multiplied if you are worried...

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