The Olympic Checklist

What Berkshire Businesses need to do to prepare for the Olympics

 

By now you’ve probably been inundated with news that the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games are fast approaching. However, according to a recent survey almost a third of British businesses have not made basic preparations.

VisitBritain predicts nearly 900,000 fans could . . . → Read More: The Olympic Checklist

Teach Yourself To Speak German In 15 To 30 Minutes A Day

Is it possible to learn the German language while only investing minutes per day? It sure is, if you use the correct approach! Below are a few simple German language learning ideas that will help you to learn quickly and efficiently without the long winded training sessions. Our goal is to only spend 30 . . . → Read More: Teach Yourself To Speak German In 15 To 30 Minutes A Day

Tips on How to Approach Learning a New Language

Learning a new language is a highly rewarding activity. it opens the door to a whole new world of possibilities: a new culture and a new way of looking at the world. New research is also demonstrating the unexpected benefits of taking on another language.

In recent years researchers have discovered that learning another . . . → Read More: Tips on How to Approach Learning a New Language

Learning Languages With Purpose

Why are you learning another language?

Before getting into any serious language study it’s imperative that you ask yourself exactly why you’re doing it.

About 7 years ago I made the decision to study French and Russian simultaneously while taking Ancient Hebrew and Koine Greek translation classes in college at the same time. I . . . → Read More: Learning Languages With Purpose

What Language Might We Be Speaking in 50-100 Years?

Over the years, I’ve met many English Teachers. Not long ago, I was sitting at the patio at the local Starbucks talking to a fifth grade teacher who explained some of the challenges she went through to get the kids really doing well with their reading. We discussed tricks of the trade, lighting, control . . . → Read More: What Language Might We Be Speaking in 50-100 Years?