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Questions to ask a potential language tutor

October 29, 2011


If you are going to be investing time and money in regular one-to-one tuition, it’s important that you choose your teacher wisely. After all, you may be spending more time with them than you do with some of your closest friends. These are some questions to ask to help determine whether they are right for […]

Christmas gifts for language learners

October 20, 2011


The nights are drawing in; the leaves are beginning to turn and fall; there’s a chill in the air. This can only mean one thing: the Christmas shopping panic is only weeks away. But fear not, dear reader: if there is a language lover in your life, panic is unnecessary. Instead, you can have a […]

7 Key Resources for Beginning French

October 18, 2011


1. The vocab notebook. Buy a small one, so you can pop it in your back pocket or your handbag. Take it everywhere with you. Use it to scribble down new words to look up later. Have it next to you during your lessons, so that you can jot down useful new phrases. Whip it […]