In the Staffroom: Parlez-vous français? Say “Oui” to Learning French with Elisabeth

In the Staffroom: Parlez-vous français? Say “Oui” to Learning French with Elisabeth

It’s comical that the Brits love learning French above any other language, whilst claiming to be not so keen about its country of origin. And there’s no love lost on the part of the French either. They don’t claim to be GB’s biggest fans. The underwhelm is mutual. In...
Are Chinese for Business Lessons the Difference Between Where Your Company Is and Where You Want to Be?

Are Chinese for Business Lessons the Difference Between Where Your Company Is and Where You Want to Be?

The United Nations places sufficient importance on the Chinese language to dedicate an annual celebration to it. And a survey carried out by the British Council has revealed that UK parents consider Chinese the most important non-European language for their children...
In the Staffroom: Discover the Joy of the Hebrew Language with Judith Romang

In the Staffroom: Discover the Joy of the Hebrew Language with Judith Romang

The Hebrew language is spoken natively in Israel and many Jewish-oriented places, including America, Canada and France, which are all home to sizeable Jewish communities. In addition to the varied geography of the Hebrew language, it’s also a fascinating language of...
Red Underwear: A Kooky Tradition that Could Help Your Chinese Language Learning

Red Underwear: A Kooky Tradition that Could Help Your Chinese Language Learning

Chinese language learning is notorious for being a tough nut to crack. But that could be all set to change by pulling on your best red pants to celebrate Chinese New from 1st February, heralding the Year of the Tiger. The tiger’s roar is an exciting proposition in the...